The Milwaukee Brewers faced the Los Angeles Dodgers and lost 7-1 on Sunday afternoon. Jhoulys Chacin started on the bump for Milwaukee and had a tough go at it. He went a little over two innings giving up six earned runs on the night. The Brewers were never able to rally back from the deficit in the game.
Ross Stripling made it tough on the Brewers lineup. He went eight efficient innings only giving up one earned run in the game. The team only mustered up four hits on the afternoon. Chase Anderson and Jacob Barnes came in relief and pitched really well to end the game on a positive note. The Brewers now move to 10-6 on the season and still sit in first place.
They will now travel back home to take on the St. Louis Cardinals in a three-game series. Freddy Peralta will have his name called in the rotation for Milwaukee. He will be facing Dakota Hudson of the Cardinals. First pitch will be thrown out from Miller Park at 6:40.