The Milwaukee Brewers appeared to be having a night on the losing end of their home game against the Arizona Diamondbacks on Saturday. In the first inning the Diamondbacks scored a run and added another in the top of the fourth. Heading into the bottom of the fourth inning down 2-0, the Brewers quickly turned the game around with a score on a two-out passed ball which allowed Daniel Vogelbach to cross the plate. That mistake proved to be costly for Arizona. The Brewers would follow that up before the inning’s end with a two-rbi single by Tyrone Taylor that scored Christian Yelich and David Peralta.
Milwaukee tacked on two more runs in the bottom of the sixth inning and went up 5-2. Before the seventh-inning stretch, Arizona came through with a three-run inning to tie the game. In their last inning at the plate, Milwaukee put together a two-run eighth inning. That would be all that was needed to win the game 7-5. The Brewers now have a 32-26 record and play the Diamondbacks again on Sunday. First pitch is scheduled for 1:10 PM.
The Green Bay Booyah got their first win of the season over the Fon du Lac Spiders, 5-4 on Saturday night.
The Wisconsin Timber-Rattlers donned their Wisconsin Udder-Tugger uniforms but gave up four runs in the top of the ninth and lost 12-9.