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Milwaukee Brewers top Phillies 3-2

July 15th, 2017 at 10:18 PM
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Jimmy the Ace

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WP: Jacob Barnes (2-1); LP: Joaquin Benoit (1-4); Save: Corey Knebel (16); Home runs: Phil – Odubel Hererra (8); Mil – Hernan Perez (11), Travis Shaw (20)

Box Score

The Milwaukee Brewers won their eleventh game in the last thirteen with a hard fought, well pitched thriller against the Phillies at Miller Park tonight. Jimmy Nelson and three relievers combined to hold Philadelphia to one fewer than Milwaukee managed.

Phillies’ starter Aaron Nola and Brewers’ ace Jimmy Nelson matched shutout innings through four, but Philly broke through for a run in the top of the fifth for a 1-0 lead. Milwaukee came back in the bottom half to tie things up when Jonathan Villar lined an outside curveball into left for a single, stole second, and scored on Eric Thames‘ second double of the night.

The Brewers took the lead in the bottom of the sixth on a lead-off homer by Hernan Perez, a liner down the leftfield …

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Tags: Aaron Nola, Box Score, Cameron Rupp, Corey Knebel, Cubs, Eric Thames, Hernan Perez, Jacob Barnes, Jeremy Hellickson, Jimmy Nelson, Joaquin Benoit, Jonathan Villar, Matt Garza, Milwaukee Brewers, Oliver Drake, Pat Neshek, Phillies, Ryan Braun, Stephen Vogt, Travis Shaw, Washington Nationals

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