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Brewers Lose Second Straight, Catcher Vogt Injured

Antigo, WI, United States /

(Pittsburgh, PA)  —  The Milwaukee Brewers have lost two straight for the first time since June 28th, falling at Pittsburgh 4-2 Monday night. The Crew also lost catcher Stephen Vogt after a plate collision in which pitcher Chad Kuhl was thrown out trying to score in the fifth inning. Vogt was on the ground for ten minutes before he walked off, and he’s day to day with a strained neck and strained left knee, with an M-R-I today. Gregory Polanco drove in the winning run for Pittsburgh in the sixth with a bloop double, and Travis Shaw scored both Milwaukee runs on two hits including a double for Milwaukee’s only extra base hit of the night. Otherwise, the Brewers managed just seven singles and Josh Hader took the loss in relief and is now 1-1, as Milwaukee’s lead in the National League Central dropped to three and a half games on the second place Cubs.

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