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Brewers Lose Pitchers’ Duel

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Brewers Lose Pitchers' Duel

(St. Louis, MO)  —  The Milwaukee Brewers lose a 2-1 pitchers’ duel at Saint Louis on Tuesday night. The game was scoreless in the bottom of the sixth when Brewers’ starter Wily Peralta put two of his first three batters on base and then reliever Jacob Barnes allowed them to score on a sacrifice fly from Yadier Molina and a run scoring single from Kolten Wong. The Brewers cut the deficit in half in the seventh on an R-B-I single from Jett Bandy off Redbirds’ starter Carlos Martinez, who struck out four in seven and one third innings and improved to 1-3 with Trevor Rosenthal getting his third save. The Cardinals outhit the Crew 6-5, as the Brewers had nothing more than singles. Peralta struck out seven in five and one third innings but fell to 4-2, as the Crew evened their four game series at Busch Stadium at one apiece with game three tonight.

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