Brewers drop game one in LA 

The Milwaukee Brewers lost 5-2 against the Los Angeles Angels. It was the opening game of a week full of matchups against the LA teams. Jhoulys Chacin started on the bump for Milwaukee and faced off against Trevor Cahill of the Angels. 


Chacin hummed in this start. He went a little over six innings only giving up three earned runs. It was a quality start produced by the Milwaukee hurler, but he would still wind up with a loss. Run support was hard for him to find in this one. 


Orlando Arcia got things going in the second with an RBI single to give the Brewers a lead early on. Mike Moustakas would go deep to center field in the fourth inning to account for the other run. Mike Trout robbed Christian Yelich of a homer in the game. One MVP robbing another MVP. 


The Brewers just had a tough time getting enough runs across and eventually fell in LA. They will now run it back for another game on Tuesday. Freddy Peralta will be taking the mound for Milwaukee. He will face Matt Harvey for LA. First pitch will be thrown out at 9:07 from Angel Stadium of Anaheim. 

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