Brewers lose third straight

The Milwaukee Brewers saw their losing streak continue Monday night as they lost to the Philadelphia Phillies 7-4.


The game could have easily been on blown out if the Brewers could have driven in just a few of the 15 men that stranded on a night when they collected 12 hits and drew eight walks. Yasmani Grandal and Christian Yelich staked the Brewers to a 2-0 lead before Aaron Nola tied it up for the Phillies on an error by Eric Thames. The Brewers would retake the lead on Mike Moustakas' home run in the third and extend it with one of Lorenzo Cain's five hits on the evening. That is where the scoring stopped for the Brewers with the Phillies scoring the game's final five runs, capitalized by a pair of seventh-inning doubles.


The Brewers are back in action against the Phillies tonight at 6:05.

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