Seattle's two-run seventh inning too much for Brew Crew

Tuesday’s Cactus League contest between the Seattle Mariners and host Milwaukee Brewers was a pitcher’s duel until the 7th inning. Seattle pushed across two runs to break a scoreless tie and allowed the Brewers just one in the bottom half of the inning, which proved to be the deciding margin. Five Brewer pitchers combined to give up only four hits in the first six innings with reliever Freddy Peralta getting the start, going one inning. 

The Brewers’ lone run came courtesy of a one-out Payton Henry walk followed by a double to right field from Luis Castro. Neither player is a prominent prospect in the Brewers system.


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