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Brewers' streak ends at 11

For the first time in nearly two weeks, the Milwaukee Brewers lost a game as they fell to the Pittsburgh Pirates 2-0.

 

Freddy Peralta was the hard-luck pitcher for the Brewers, giving up the single tallies in the first and sixth innings and allowing just three hits. Kevin Newman's solo shot in the first inning and Wilmer DIfo's RBI double provided the only offense needed by the Pirates to snap their own six-game losing streak. Tyler Anderson picked up the win with seven innings of shutout baseball and Richard Rodriguez finished the game for his 11th save of the season. 

 

The Brewers will head to Queens next to take on the New York Mets. Brandon Woodruff will make the start for the Brewers after being named to the MLB All-Star Game on Sunday. He will join Josh Hader and Corbin Burnes for the Midsummer's Classic being held in Denver next Tuesday.

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