Yelich hits two more home runs as Brewers shutout Dodgers

Christian Yelich continued to crush the baseball on Saturday night at Miller Park and he got some help from Ryan Braun and the pitching staff. Yelich hit two more home runs, both off of Dodgers starter Hyun-Jin Ryu. He now has a league-leading 13 homers which is three more than the next closest sluggers. Yelich's two solo home runs and Ryan Braun's three-run bomb provided all the scoring for the Brewers.


Chase Anderson pitched five scoreless innings to get the win and the bullpen threw four more shutout innings to hold the 5-0 victory for Milwaukee. The staff only allowed two hits the whole game.


The Brewers will try to force a split of the four-game series on Sunday afternoon at Miller Park, first pitch at 1:10 PM. Clayton Kershaw will pitch for the Dodgers against Brandon Woodruff for Milwaukee.

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