Homers help St. Louis to avoid rest


Corbin Burnes talks about adjustments he needs to make to keep more batteries
Tom Haudricourt, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The main trend of Milwaukee Brewers in the early 2019 season continued on Wednesday afternoon.

Corbin Burnes puts fast balls in the wrong place and puts them off the pitch.

It happened twice more with Burnes during his 3 sad being as the St. avoids. Louis Cardinals walked through a game with a 6-3 win at Miller Park.

Both races added a total home to Burnes to 11 but in 17 enactments during its four stages. The manager Craig Counsell removed him from the game before he could be the first potter in the history of the league to allow three homers in four consecutive leagues.

Corbin Burnes, who starts the brothers, brings up a home to Cardinal Marcell Ozuna during the second Wednesday at Miller Park. (Photo: Associated Press)

SCORE BOX: Cardinals 6, Brewers 3

The town runs all against Burnes (0-2, 10.70 ERA) but this season has come out of his mind. Marcell Ozuna organized a quick 1-2 outfit out to the center that brought the center out of a second inn and Matt Carpenter pushed a quick pressure 2-1 far right with one down in fourth place.

But Burnes was also injured by balls that did not leave the playing field, surrendering nine hits. The move back is starting after an effective reliever debate in 2018 after the start of a rocky start, with the least said.

On the flip side, the only damage that the Gardaí had to do against St. Louis started, Michael Wacha came in six of the entries on a two-way homer in the fifth by Aaron Wilkerson, who was relieved, by The trend continued by Milwaukee Ladies by plate at the plate. It was the first major league for Wilkerson, who was called up from San Antonio AAA class the previous day.

Down, 6-2, in the eighth, the Brewers made a single RBI pruning by Christian Yelich from Andrew Lefty. It was the 19th RBI against the Cardinals in seven games for Yelich, which connected the franchise record for March / April to its entirety RBI.


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Wilson on paternity leave, Petricka returned: The Brewers announced that Alex Wilson's paternity leave was relieved, while Jake Petricka was recalled from Wisconsin Class A. When I realized Wilson that he was a father again, the Petricka Brewers of Wisconsin in the San Antonio AAA Class replaced Tuesday when they were making soft points, keeping it on the roster.

Jeffress makes the first start with 19: Jeremy Jeffress, who was activated from the injured list the previous day after his return from a shoulder issue, was seen as the first action he took by accepting one in the eighth. He got credit for hitting two-thirds of inning by reaching Jedd Gyorko and watching Matt throwing second, running on the field.

Hank Puzzle The Ballpark: Hank the Ballpark Pup, who had retired mainly since he made the big scene as a Brewers ’mascot in 2014, was back at Miller Park for a morning visit during the annual Day of the Day event. The third coach, Ed Sedar, who helped rescue Hank off the streets in the Phoenix five years ago, toured the clubhouse to visit him with the players and staff.

Other exact number for Mount: Mike Moustakas, who was earlier in the season in the 1,000th game in the stewards, reached another milestone when he collected his double 200th with two in the fourth inning.

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Wilkerson makes the list: Wilkerson was the 11th Brewers player to run home to smash for his first major league match. The most recent was to do that Ning Orf infielder last July 4th.


This year: 12-7

Last year: 10-9


Thursday: Dodgers to Brewers, 7:10 p.m. Milwaukee RHP Zach Davies (2-0, 1.53) vs Los Angeles LHP Julio Urias (0-1, 5.27). TV: FS Wisconsin. Radio: AM-620.

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