The Milwaukee Brewers were looking to get out of Minneapolis with at least one win in their series against the Minnesota Twins. Fortunately for them, they were able to get it, and they took the series finale, 6-2.
Aaron Ashby got the start for the Brew Crew, and he was pretty good. Ashby was able to get through 5 innings and give up just 2 runs on 3 hits while striking out 4. The bullpen was sensational as Hunter Strickland, Brad Boxberger, Devin Williams, and Josh Hader held the Twins scoreless for the last 4 innings.
Milwaukee got their first run of the game in the top of the second. Luis Urias went upper deck off Twins starter, Griffin Jax.
The Brewers put a 3-spot on the board in the top of the third. With Christian Yelich and Omar Narvaez on base, Rowdy Tellez launched a 3-run shot into the upper deck too.
The Brewers put 2 more runs on the board in the top of the fourth as they sailed to victory this afternoon. This time there were no home runs. Jace Peterson led the inning off by getting hit by a pitch. A little later in the inning, Pablo Reyes doubled, sending Peterson to third. Kolten Wong knocked them both in with a double of his own.
Milwaukee head to San Francisco tomorrow to take on the Giants. Corbin Burnes will face off with Johnny Cueto. Game time is scheduled for 8:45 CT. The game can be heard on WTMJ 620 and the Brewers Radio Network. It can be seen on Bally Sports Wisconsin.