Brewers' pen can't save game from Pirates

The Milwaukee Brewers saw their big inning wiped clean quickly as they lost to the Pittsburgh Pirates on the road Tuesday night 8-6. 


Finding themselves in a 2-0 hole heading into the sixth inning, the Brewers' Keston Hiura tied the game up on his first home run of the season. The Brewers would push across four more runs in the seventh, thanks to a bases loaded walk by Manny Pina, a two-RBI double by Orlando Arcia, and a sac fly by Hiura. The lead quickly disappeared in the bottom half of the inning when the Pirates' Kevin Newman drew his own bases loaded walk, Colin Moran drove in a pair on a fielder's choice, and Phillip Evans hit an RBI double. Adam Frazier put the game away in the eighth inning, hitting a two-run homer off Bobby Wahl.


The Brewers go for their first series win of the season Wednesday against the Pirates at 6:05 p.m.

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