It was an exciting weekend in Philadelphia as the Brewers battled the Phillies. Here is a complete recap of the series and what to expect next from the Brew Crew.
Brewers vs. Phillies Game One:
Final Score: 4-3 Phillies
Julio Teheran was on the bump for Milwaukee facing off against the Phillies’ Aaron Nola, the Brewers faced a tough challenge as they suffered a loss. Teheran struggled on the mound, allowing four earned runs in 4.2 innings, while Nola delivered an impressive performance, conceding only two runs over 7.1 innings.
Milwaukee’s offense showed some promise with Andruw Monasterio‘s RBI double in the fifth inning and Brice Turang‘s RBI single, also in the fifth. These runs contributed to the Brewers’ effort to catch up, but Nola’s skillful pitching limited their scoring opportunities.
In the eighth inning, Christian Yelich drove in a run on a fielder’s choice, providing a glimmer of hope for the team. However, despite their late push, the Brewers couldn’t overcome the Phillies’ lead.
Brewers vs. Reds Game Two:
Final Score: 5-3 Brewers
Colin Rea of the Brewers and Cristopher Sanchez of the Phillies both delivered solid performances, keeping the game tight. Rea allowed two earned runs over five innings, while Sanchez conceded just one earned run during the same period.
Milwaukee’s offense came alive with Blake Perkins’ impactful 2 RBI double, setting the tone for the team. Christian Yelich added to the momentum with an RBI double of his own, showcasing his prowess at the plate.
As the game progressed, the tension escalated. In the seventh inning, William Contreras stepped up for the Brewers, hitting a clutch go-ahead double, putting his team in the lead. But Contreras wasn’t done yet; in the ninth inning, he struck again with another RBI double, providing crucial insurance runs to secure the Brewers’ victory.
Brewers vs. Reds Game Three:
Final Score: 4-0 Brewers
Corbin Burnes got the ball for Milwaukee facing off against the Phillies’ Taijuan Walker. It was Burnes who stole the show with an exceptional performance. Over the course of eight impressive innings, Burnes delivered shutout baseball and struck out an impressive 10 batters, showcasing his dominance on the mound. On the other hand, Walker struggled during his six innings, conceding four earned runs.
Milwaukee’s offense was ignited by the power of Christian Yelich, who crushed a three-run home run in the third inning, providing an early lead for the Brewers. The team’s momentum continued in the seventh inning when William Contreras delivered an RBI single, adding to the scoring and solidifying the Brewers’ victory.
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