Justin Smik had two hits in a sixth-matched sixth game, including a two-pass single, and Milwaukee brewers avoided a series of three games on Sunday that visited the Cincinnati Reds with a 9-3.
After four innings and the loss of the first two games of the series, the brewers stood out to keep the game in the game scheduled for the weekend. Smuk and Keston Hiura scored three victories each, while Milwaukee scored eight times in the sixth and seventh games to record his first home victory in 2020.
Jesse Winker went 3 against 4 with a homeowner and two RBI Cincinnati who revealed points in the first inning.
After a walk through Nick Castellanos and Eugenio Suarez, Winker delivered one RBI to the center left, reaching 1-0.
Milwaukee equalized at the bottom of the third with Christian Jelič’s RBI tripling in the right corner. However, Winker once again stood out in fourth place with a lone housewife in deep places on the right, giving the Reds a lead of 2-1. Blue Jackets are moving forward with
Brewers stood out chasing sixth-placed Reds star Sonny Gray after Manny Pina’s only RBI beat 2-2.
Hiura followed with a single that started the race – which was entrusted to Gray – to relief facilitator Michael Lorenzen. Lawrence then released a series of walks that were loaded onto the ground, giving Milwaukee a 5-2 lead. Beautiful opened things up with her two-pass single, making it 7-2.
Gray (3-1), who won his first three starts with an ERA of 0.96, made four passes, six hits, three assists and seven goals in a 5 1/3 game.
Yelich and Hury both reached the solo home in seventh place in Milwaukee, who slowly walked out of the star Brandon Woodruff. Like Gray, Woodruff was stable with a 2.08 ERA in the first three starts, but lasted only four innings, giving up two runs, two walks and three hits in 91 shots.
Brents Suters (2-0) won the Milwaukee with two elimination relief rings.