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Brewers 1, Dodgers 11: No Need to Rub it In, L.A.

"You can't win them all" "Tomorrow is a new day" "Get back on the horse"

This is what came up when I typed in "failure" in our image search tool.
This is what came up when I typed in "failure" in our image search tool.
Mark Kolbe

Win: Hyun-Jin Ryu
Loss: Yovani Gallardo

HR: Gonzalez 2 (2), Ellis (1), long name (1)

The game started off well. Carlos Gomez singled, then moved to third on a Jonathan Lucroy single, then scored on a sacrifice fly in the first inning to give the Brewers a 1-0 lead.

I think the Dodgers took offense to that.

Los Angeles scored three runs of their own in the bottom half of the inning, then kept on scoring all game.

Yovani Gallardo had a bummer of a return, giving up a three run Adrian Gonzalez home run and allowing five hits in two innings. The rest of the pitching didn't go so hot, either. John Axford gave up a run, Brandon Kintzler gave up three runs, Zach Kroenke gave up two runs, and Josh Stinson gave up two unearned runs. Only Jim Hoey had a clean outing, and he only needed to get one out.

On the offensive side, Gomez and Donnie Murphy each had a hit and a walk. Gomez also stole a base. Nobody else got on base more than once, nobody had an extra base hit.

The Brewers play the Indians tomorrow in a game that can't be much worse than this one was.