The Milwaukee Brewers could not find much offense on Saturday afternoon as they fell to the Oakland Athletics 2-1 in 10 innings.
Julio Teheran had another great start for the Brewers this season, as he remains one of the better options in the rotation for Milwaukee. Teheran went seven full innings with just six hits and six strikeouts, putting the team within striking distance throughout the game.
Milwaukee's offense could not back up the strong game from their starter as they mustered just six hits and one run, which was a solo home run from catcher William Contreras in the bottom of the eighth inning.
Going into extras, Aledmys Diaz singled in the ghost runner on second to make the lead 2-1 for Oakland. The A's would then bring in a left handed pitcher out of their bullpen, which has been the Brewers demise the entire season. Milwaukee would go down in order to end the game, finishing 0-6 with runners in scoring position.
The Crew will look to avoid being swept by the team with the worst record in the league on Sunday when they have Freddy Peralta on the mound against lefty JP Sears.