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Brewers start homestand strong

The Milwaukee Brewers defeated the Arizona Diamondbacks 6-1 on Friday in game one of their three-game series. Starting pitcher Jordan Lyles threw 6 no-hit innings before being pulled and the Brewers bullpen held the Diamondbacks to only 2 hits the rest of the game. Milwaukee second baseman Keston Hiura and first baseman Eric Thames each had solo homeruns in the contest; Mike Moustakas added 2 RBI’s on a first-inning double and both Ryan Braun and Jordan Lyles had RBI singles. With the win, the Brewers improved their record to 66-62 on this season and sit 3.5 games back of the St. Louis Cardinals for the first-place lead in the NL Central and are 3 games back of the Chicago Cubs for the second wild-card spot. The Brewers and Diamondbacks will continue their series on Saturday; Chase Anderson (5-3) is slated to take the mound for the Brewcrew and he will face Arizona RHP Zac Gallen (2-3). First pitch is scheduled for 6:10 P.M.

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