Brewers rally past Cubs

The Milwaukee Brewers came back from five runs down to win 7-5 in Maryvale Sunday afternoon. 


Pitcher Corbin Burnes struggled in his start surrendering five runs in four innings, though an Orlando Arcia prolonged the third inning with a fielding error. That miscue was made worse a short while when Christian Adames cleared the bases with a triple.


The Brewers got on the board against starter Kyle Hendricks with a Yasmani Grandal double in the bottom half to make it 5-1. Arcia would make up for his error one inning later with a three-run homer. With reliever Brian Duensing on the mound, the Brewers tied and later took the lead on homers by Mat Gamel and Tyler Saladino. The Brewers would tack on an insurance run in the 7th inning on a Tyler Henry RBI double. 


The Brewers stay at home Monday to face the Chicago White Sox at 3:05 p.m. 



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