Brewers drop Cactus opener

After being rained out on Saturday, the Milwaukee Brewers got to play under Arizona skies for the first time Sunday in a 7-2 loss to the San Diego Padres.


The Padres got out to a 3-0 lead against the Brewers' newly acquired pitchers Brett Anderson and Josh Lindblom thanks to a bases-loaded walk, a groundout, and a wild pitch. Two solo home runs made up the Brewers' offense on Sunday with Ronny Rodiguez (3rd inning) and Chad Spanberger (8th inning) doing the heavy lifting. Jason Vosler led the way with the Padres, scoring on a Webster Rivas double in the eighth inning and collecting an RBI double of his own in the ninth.


The Brewers play split-squad matchups Monday with half staying in Maryvale to face the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim and half traveling to Mesa to play the Oakland A's.

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