Brewers swept by Angels

The Milwaukee Brewers lost to the Los Angeles Angles 4-2 Wednesday night. Brandon Woodruff started on the bump for Milwaukee and went six innings giving up four earned runs with seven strikeouts. The bullpen would hold the Angels scoreless the rest of the way but Milwaukee wasn't able to get back into it. 


Christian Yelich stayed hot at the plate with two RBI singles in the game. He has been a constant in the Brewer lineup all season long. Lorenzo Cain also added two hits of his own on the night. The rest of the lineup was a combined 3-23 from the plate. The loss would push their record to 8-5. 


Milwaukee will have another tough series against the other LA team starting on Friday. The Dodgers will welcome the Brewers in for a rematch of the NLCS last season. Corbin Burnes will have his name called in the rotation for Milwaukee. He will square off against Julio Urias. First pitch will be thrown out at 9:10 from Dodger stadium.

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