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When Elian Herrera was inserted in place of Khris Davis in the seventh inning Friday as a defensive replacement, it became apparent something wasn't right with Logan Schafer. As it turns out, Schafer has been dealing with a hamstring issue that cropped up while he was stretching in the on-deck circle prior to a pinch-hitting appearance in the seventh inning Thursday.
In winning nine games in a row at one point and getting off to one of their best starts in years, the Brewers enjoyed most stellar work from their relief corps. It wasn't until Thursday night in Pittsburgh, in the team's 16th game of the season, the bullpen finally turned in a stinker, with Rob Wooten and rookie Wei-Chung Wang yielding nine runs over the final two innings.
Ryan Braun belted a two-run home run in the top of the ninth inning—his second of the game—to give the Brewers an 8-7 lead late in the game that would hold through the bottom half of the frame.
Drafted by the Brewers, the hard-throwing right-hander was traded to Kansas City in Zack Greinke deal in 2010.
One day after nearly being no-hit by the Lansing Lugnuts, the Beloit Snappers' bats came alive early in a rematch at Pohlman Field.
Lansing Lugnuts starter Kendall Graveman didn't give up a Beloit Snappers hit until the bottom of the ninth inning Friday night.
Brewers starter survives pair of unearned runs to get second win of the year against the NL Central rivals.
The Brewers did not receive a warm welcome in Pittsburgh after sweeping the Pirates in Milwaukee this past weekend.
Beloit topped Lansing to open a Midwest League series
Milwaukee won the third game of the series Wednesday afternoon.
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