The 5th breweries meet each other

The 5th breweries meet each other

MILWAUKEE (AP) – Lorenzo Cain's three-program doubled with two countries in the seventh round with a tie without score and the Milwaukee Brewers broke the night of National Nationals 6-0 on Tuesday for their fifth straight win.

The national star Anthony Rendon was returning to the line after 14 games due to a left angle pressed when a park hit it. It was Adrian Houser who first exploded in the upper ribbon, and the pitch at the left of Rendon was missing.

With two on two or two in the seventh, Rendon was called on strikes and he immediately turned to argue with the plate referee SL Bucknor. Rendon showed him to the spot in the dirt from the plate before he went out.

Houser started the second season at second place, and put two offensive faces against Freddy Peralta (2-1). Burch Smith completed it by closing out the Nationals for the final two occasions.

Stephen Strasburg (3-2) 11 met before the Brewers met for six in the seventh. Cain's drive ended down the first original Strasburg line and Dan Jennings, who was relieving him, set up one RBI for Mike Moustakas. Milwaukee added two other races to the inning on Ben Gamel's base walk and RBI Jesus Aguilar on Justin Miller.

ROSTER goes back

Rendon returned from the injured list 10 days before the game. Washington recalled the right-Ender Fedde from Double-A Harrisburg and made Carter Kieboom, who was choosing the rookie, that Triple-A Fresno.


Nationals: Added to LHP Tony Sipp on the 10 day injured list with a very strong edition. "We must get it right," said manager Dave Martinez. … C Yan Gomes, who knocked on the left hand sat a game in Monday's game, out. … LF Andrew Stevenson was from the lineup too. He left in the fourth intent of the Monday game because of back spasms.

Brewers: Cain returned on the lineup after getting a game with a left hand pressed. He met a pitch in a Sunday game against the Mets it. .RPP Aaron Wilkerson (left foot injury) five tendency not to score in a rehabilitation task for Three-A San Antonio Tuesday night. It gave up three hits and one walk, three being achieved.

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Nationals: Jeremy Hellickson (2-0, 5.33 ERA) will take precedence in the final through a match on Wednesday evenings. Hellickson is 3-1 and 4.26 ERAs are starting in seven careers against the Groupers.

Brewers: Brandon Woodruff (4-1, 4.71) will start the season. Woodruff is 1-0 with ERA 0.71 in three career games (one start) against the Nationalist.


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