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Brewers go down in extras to Reds

The Brewers couldn't hold a 4-2 going to the seventh inning and fell to the Reds 5-4 in 11 innings. Christian Yelich, Eric Thames and Mike Moustakas each hit home runs for Milwaukee in the loss. The Reds' Joey Votto tied the game in the 8th with an RBI double off Brewers reliever Matt Albers. Cincinnati then won it in the 11th when Jose Iglesias singled with Yasiel Puig on first. A throwing error on Yelich allowed Puig to score on the play. The two teams will play again Wednesday night in Cincinnati for a 6:10 first pitch.

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