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Brewers ride Burnes stellar start to win over D-Backs

It may not have been the overall most exciting game till later in the night, but the Milwaukee Brewers beat up on the Arizona Diamondbacks bullpen, leading the Crew to a 7-1 win. 


Merrill Kelly of the Diamondbacks had a no-hit bid on the Milwaukee Brewers going into the seventh inning of play at Chase Field in Arizona Tuesday night, but Willy Adames broke that with a solo home run, opening up the floodgates for the Brewers offense. 


Milwaukee would go on to score five runs in the seventh inning, which would give Corbin Burnes some much deserved run support, after Burnes looked like his old self again after struggling in his first two starts. Corbin would go eight scoreless innings with eight strikeouts and just three hits and no walks. Rivaling pitcher Merrill Kelly would finish with a line of six innings pitched, three earned runs, seven strikeouts on one single hit. 


Rowdy Tellez and Mike Brosseau would homer in the eight and ninth inning respectively, and the Diamondbacks would put up its lone run in the bottom of the ninth to make the game final at 7-1. 


Tomorrows matchup will be the rubber match between the two teams as Drey Jameson is the pitcher on the mound for Arizona tomorrow, and for Milwaukee it will be Janson Junk making his Milwaukee Brewer Debut after Brandon Woodruff was placd on the 15-Day Injured List mid-day Tuesday. 


First pitch is set for 2:40 p.m. on Wednesday at Chase Field in Arizona. 

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