MLB Highlights (Week 7)

By: 
NEW Media Staff

Updated: Sept. 9, 7:30 p.m.

Brewers 19

Tigers 0

The Milwaukee Brewers pounded out 21 hits to rout the Detroit Tigers on Wednesday in Detroit. Milwaukee scored in six different innings and set a new franchise record after tallying 13 extra-base hits.

Luis Urias had three hits and five RBIs for the Brewers, while Tyrone Taylor finished with four hits and three RBIs. Ryan Braun also drove in three runs, while Jedd Gyorko, Avisail Garcia and Jacob Nottingham all drove in a pair.

Gyorko hit two home runs, while Taylor, Braun and Nottingham had one each. Christian Yelich doubled in a run, while Orlando Arcia finished with four hits.

Corbin Burnes twirled another gem to pick up the win, striking out 11 over seven innings. Eric Yardley and Josh Lindblom each tossed a scoreless inning to seal up the victory. Milwaukee pitching allowed just two hits.

Tigers 8

Brewers 3

The Brewers were unable to rally after surrendering a five-run fifth inning to the Tigers on Tuesday in Detroit.

Adrian Houser was charged with the loss after allowing five runs over 4 2/3 innings. Brent Suter allowed the final run in the fifth before J.P. Feyereisen allowed two more in the seventh.

Milwaukee scored its three runs in the ninth. Gyorko, Garcia and Omar Narvaez all had RBI singles. Yelich and Gyorko had two hits each in the contest.

The Brewers grounded into three double plays.

Indians 4

Brewers 1

The Brewers again were stifled on offense in a loss to the Cleveland Indians on Sunday in Cleveland.

Milwaukee had seven hits and drew three walks but also struck out 13 times and finished 2 for 7 with runners in scoring position.

Jace Peterson had two hits to lead the Brewers at the plate. Nottingham had the team's only RBI.

Brett Anderson took the loss after allowing four runs over five innings.

Indians 4

Brewers 3

The Brewers failed to execute in the late innings of a tight loss to the Indians on Saturday in Cleveland.

Milwaukee left 11 runners on base, including two in the top of the ninth inning with the game tied at three. Cleveland won it in the bottom half, posting the first two hits of the season off Milwaukee’s Josh Hader.

Brewers starter Brandon Woodruff only worked 4 1/3 innings, allowing three earned runs but striking out seven batters. Freddy Peralta then tossed 1 2/3 scoreless innings before Devin Williams fired two innings.

Yelich and Arcia each had two hits for the Brewers. Arcia and Keston Hiura each homered, while new Brewer Dan Vogelbach doubled in Hiura for the game’s first run in the fourth inning.

Brewers 7

Indians 1

The Brewers scored six runs between the seventh and eighth innings to take down the Indians on Friday in Cleveland.

Hiura doubled in the first run in the seventh before Ben Gamel and Hiura scored on a costly Cleveland error. Braun then plated Yelich with a single for the fourth and final run in the inning. Hiura clubbed a two-run homer in the eighth to pad the lead.

Urias picked up a RBI on an infield single in the fourth for Milwaukee’s first run.

Burnes earned the win on the mound after striking out seven batters over six innings. The run he allowed was unearned. Suter tossed two scoreless frames before Alex Claudio worked a 1-2-3 ninth inning.