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Brewers fall late to Reds

Keston Hiura tried his hardest but the Milwaukee Brewers still fell to the Cincinnati Reds 7-5.

 

The Brewers found themselves down 4-0 before they would get on the scoreboard. Andrew McCutchen got things going with a solo shot before Keston Hiura got to within a run with a two-run homer. Jose Barrero, Joey Votto, and Donovan Solano pushed the lead back out to 7-3 with homers in subsequent innings. The Brewers would get it closer in the ninth with run-producing outs by McCutchen and Willy Adames, but they could only get it to within two runs.

 

The Brewers will try to get a series win as they celebrate the 40th Anniversary of its 1982 AL Championship team when they host the Reds for the rubber match at 1:10 p.m.

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