During the visit, Christian Yelich kept three 1/3 scoreless innings, hitting a home run and two runs, and combined three relief pitchers. Milwaukee Brewers We threw ourselves together and won 4-3 Cincinnati Reds Win all three games on Sunday
of brewerThe bullpen is the story of Milwaukee’s triumph, Reds Scoreless in 1/3 of nine innings. Closer Devin Williams saved all three games, including Sunday’s victory for his 23rd save in 25 chances this season.
Milwaukee not only swept the weekend series, but also won five of their six-game streak before and after the All-Star break, finishing two games ahead of Cincinnati in the National League Central.
of brewer defeated Reds He has won 8 of his 10 meetings this season and 26 of his last 35 overall.
Lefty reliever Hobby Milner (1-0) threw clean sheets in the seventh and eighth innings to earn his first major league victory since June 12, 2022.
Matt McClane had three hits Reds20 wins in 24 fights, followed by 4 losses in a row, 5 losses in 6 fights
In the bottom of the 8th inning, Reds Relief Lucas Sims (3-2) walked Willie Adames and singled ex-Red Jesse Winker to move Adames to third.
Friedl made a serious mental error when Owen Miller hit center TJ Friedl with a sacrifice fly to tie the score. He knocked out the cutoff man and allowed pinch runner Tyrone Taylor to advance to second base. With two outs, Andrew Monasterio, facing closer Alexis Diaz, deflected an inside corner fastball and singled into right field to give Taylor the lead.
After going scoreless in the first 28 innings, Cincinnati Reds In the second, Joey Votto’s line drive double to left center finally turned the game around. The hit scored by Jonathan India from first base to give Cincinnati a 1–0 lead.
The next batter, Spencer Steer, was declared out for the pitch, claiming he was clearly outside. Reds Manager David Bell, frustrated by a three-game winning streak at stake, quickly came out of the dugout to defend Steer, but was ejected by home plate umpire Edwin Jimenez.
of brewer In the third, Yelich smashed Cincinnati starter Ben Lively’s dangling curve ball into the right-center chimney about 439 feet for his 13th homer of the year to tie the game at 1-1.As a precautionary measure due to cramps and dehydration, he leaves the stadium in good spirits after completing four innings.
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