Become a Christian Trout Mike Yelich, Brewers goes bats in a 5-2 d loss of Angel

W: Trevor Cahill (1-1)
L: Jhoulys Chacin (2-1)
SV: Cody Allen (2)
HR: MIL – Mike Moustakas (3); LAA – Tommy La Stella (1), Andrelton Simmons (1), Justin Bour (1) t

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Christian Yelich vs. Mike Trout was the focus of getting into this series between the brewers and angels, and was not disappointed at the matchup games in the first game, even when the brewers lost the angels, 5-2.

Yelich started the back-and-out by moving a flask in front of a trout in the top of the first inning and he was stealing a base on Jonathan Lucroy, but he didn't come to score.

The bat went first in a walk, as it was clear that Jhoulys Chacin had no interest during the night. Likewise with the Brewers in the upper half of the inning, however, the angels got away without having a race in half of the 1st after Andrelton Simmons became a double play.

The Brewers on the table would first get into the top of the second quest. Mike Moustakas showed signs that he was breaking out of a small dump, riping a field that was double right until he was hitting the first base, leaving only one person there. After a walk by Yasmani Grandal and an information leaflet by Eric Thames, Orlando Arcia had been continuing its stormy storm recently, pushing the first run of the night's double RBI.

The lead, however, did not last as the angels drew the bottom half of the second mind and he was struggling for his order soon. A Angels rally was at a pioneering walk and an individual to start the inning, but he stole one of the extra coins by Christian Yelich, who had the best of him and twice as Albert Pujols.

The play exceeded a few extra runs, as Tommy La Stella's former chub hit a 2-runner in the next place to give the angels 2-1.

The Brewers did not even come in the next half, but Trout had other ideas, robbing Yelich from a potential homer (at least bases) to grab a jump at the wall that Yelich put on her smile and put her cap.

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But again, it would not last, as Simmons brought about the 4th round in line with a single home run to bring the angels back at 3-2.

Chacin later settled down, beginning to give priority to him after he put in the inning in the 7th, but it is that home run that is the emerging RBI.

The Brewers was trying to get anything against Trevor Cahill, and basically shut it down the night after the fourth round, going down 1-2-3 in the 5th, 6th, 7th and 9th enter. The only thing that prevents 15 direct departures from the game is the Yelich single in the 8th quest.

With the bats found anywhere, a 2-room home run from Justin Bour in the 8th day of Chase Anderson sent the game obsolete at 5-2.

The bats will try to come back to life tomorrow night against Matt Harvey, who had to run up to 8 in his earlier start. Fastball Freddy Peralta will start the Brewers. The first field will repeat at 9:07 p.m. LLP.

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