The game may not have ended how the Brewers wanted, but it did start off pretty well as Jean Segura drove in the first run of the game.
Meanwhile, Carlos Gomez did Carlos Gomez things. Joey Votto would have 163 career homers were it not for Gomez.
Jean Segura also flashed the glove a bit.
Unfortunately, there were a few deep flies that Gomez could not bring in. The First two were off Marco Estrada:
Estrada was obviously not happy about it.
The Brewers did come back to tie the game on a Gomez double, though.
With a tie game, the bases laoded, and two outs, Brandon Kintzler got a big strikeout.
It wouldn't end up mattering, however. The next inning, the Reds opened the floodgates on Jim Henderson.
Here is the antithesis two Gomez and Segura's plays in the beginning of the game.