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Braun homers twice, Brewers bust out against Phillies 12-4

Braun homers twice, Brewers bust out against Phillies 12-4

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Braun homers twice, Brewer's bust out against Phillies 12-4

PHILADELPHIA (AP) - Ryan Braun made the home twice and drove in five runs, and Milwaukee Bruars Friday night

off the offensive funk to break the streak by winning to lose three games 12-4 Philadelphia Phillips Gaya.

Bat entered Brian placed fourth six of the 22 9 score hit of three innings Vince Velasco (4-7) in the first chance and

the mark of six races in the exploding two-liter Jr., who won 11-0. Braun has made his eighth appearance in 13

games since returning from a back injury, there are 24 homers and 67 rbi in 67 career games against Philips.

Christian Yalech also went deep and Lorenzo Cane added two hits and two RBIs for Bruce,

whose previous three games were 13 hits after four runs.

Julis. CSIN (5-1) by 6 1/3 innings for Milwaukee, allowed four runs and five hits,

which was the half-game lead over the Chicago Cubs over the Central Division.

Carlos Santana landed a single Homer and a sacrifice and Samuel Valentine participated in his first Major League

career for Philips, who left three games in a row and nine of nine.

The first two batters retired before Velasquez threw two wickets and threw Braun to a hanging curve.

The right-handed hitter allowed four consecutive hits of two outs in the fourth position,

which consisted consistently with the doubles of RBIs, Jesus Aguilar and Travis Shaw.

Manager Geibe Kapler lured Mock Cheers out of the dugout to pick up Velasquez,

in which nine hits were loaded with 10 runs.

Training. room

Brewers: Eric Thames (left thumb) had a day off in his minor league rehab job. Manager Craig Counsel said the Thames,

who had played first base and left the field in the last two days, should return next week.

Philips: LF Rhys Hoskins (broken jaw) watched Saturday's comeback after a successful pregame training.

Coupler said: "He looked absolutely normal." ... Marking RF Cozens resulted in the second possibility with the left

quadriceps firmly. ... Many doctors have determined that RHP Gerad Eckoff

will not need thoracic outlet syndrome surgery. But it is not yet clear if there is a fog on his right hand.

Showtime

which closed the glove of shortstop Orlando start Arsia. A smiling Cane took his hat and bowed to his colleagues.

Oh.

After trying to catch Aigilir's splintered bat in eighth place, a man was treated by a cut in the neck.

Shortstop Shuffle

JP Crawford admitted that he was surprised to replace the defeated Michael Franco

on the second day in a row for the second day in a row.

General manager Matt Clerk said they were injured,

while others prefer to short-course progress rock Kingri Crawford and "We do not want to disturb it."

WOODRUFF return

The next

RHP Jake Arrieta (5-3, 2.66 ERA) began his debut on Saturday after criticism of Philips'

defensive changes after the loss in San Francisco. LHP Brent Cuter (5-4, 4.55) goes to brewers.

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