Clutch relief pitching and timely hitting propelled the Milwaukee Brewers to a 6-5 win Tuesday night in Seattle.
Bryse Wilson pitched the final two innings and did not allow an earned run to pick up the win for the Brewers. The Brewer's bullpen pitched six innings and did not allow an earned run to continue their strong beginning to the season.
Christian Yelich snapped out of a mini-slump by going 3 for 5 and picking up two RBIs while hitting his third home run of the season. Willy Adames was 2 for 5 and had three runs batted in to give the Brewers just enough hitting to pull out the win in 11 innings. Milwaukee (13-5) will play the final game in the series against the Mariners at 3:10 p.m. Wednesday, before heading home to face the Boston Red Sox in a four-game weekend series.