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Bucs bounce Brewers

The Milwaukee Brewers' struggles continued Saturday night as they fell 12-2 to the Pittsburgh Pirates.

 

Mike Moustakas got things off to a good start for the Brewers, slugging his 25th homer to give the team a 1-0. The Pirates would respond in the bottom half, scoring four runs on a collection of base hits. Yasmani Grandal's 19th home run would cut the lead in half, but that was where the Brewers' offense ended for the night, The Pirates would nine more times in the game, chasing starter Adrian Houser after just four innings.

 

The Brewers hope to capture the series finale in Pittsburgh this afternoon at 12:35 p.m.

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