The Brewers wrapped up a three game series with the worst team in baseball to open up the second half of the season but did it in convincing fashion. Just three games post All-Star break, the Brewers have set a new franchise record by accomplishing a streak of 35 consecutive scoreless innings to top the mark of 31 set in 1990.
A 13 inning shutout win for Milwaukee Sunday capped a precise pitching performance over the weekend. Milwaukee outlasted the Marlins for a 13-inning, 1-0 win, sweeping Miami with three consecutive shutouts at Miller Park.
A walk-off homerun by Caleb Gindl was his first career homerun and lifted ‘The Crew’ to their third straight victory.
Sunday's starter Wily Peralta threw 97 pitches including 67 for strikes. The 24-year-old has a 0.31 ERA in his last 29 and 1/3 innings. The Brewers have won all four of those games.