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Reds 4, Brewers 2

Brewers lose a second straight game and for the 17th time in 21 games this season.

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Box Score

To be honest, I was getting back into town from a road trip while this game was going, so I didn't get a chance to watch this game. Here's what I know from that game:

  • Kyle Lohse pitched seven innings, but allowed four runs over those innings. All of those runs came on home runs.
  • As usual, Johnny Cueto dominated the Brewers. He held them to no hits in the first four innings and struck out six Brewers.
  • The Brewers did get home runs from their two sluggers. Both Aramis Ramirez and Ryan Braun hit solo home runs to provide the Brewers only home runs.

The result was the same as it has been for the seventeenth time in twenty-one days. The Brewers lost again. They will try to win again tomorrow and avoid being swept for the third time this season, with an 11:35 am game start against the Reds. Matt Garza will pitch against Triple-A callup Michael Lorenzen.