Milwaukee Brewers-Philadelphia Phillies: Slow Start But a Series Win Is OK

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Milwaukee Brewers-Philadelphia Phillies: Slow Start But a Series Win Is OK
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After losing a couple close series, the Milwaukee Brewers pulled out a close one against the defending champs, the Philadelphia Phillies.

In game one, the Phillies pounded the Brewers 11-4 even though Ryan Braun went 5-for-5 with four RBI and two home runs. But the starting pitching wasn't there again.

In game two, Braden Looper took the mound and pitched six shutout innings.

Thank you.

Then the bullpen held up their end of the deal pitching three innings, only giving up one run.

The game ended in a 3-1 victory in favor of the Brewers thanks to Hardy's long ball in the fifth and Mike Cameron's two RBI double in the sixth.

In game three, the streaky Dave Bush was on the mound and pitched seven and two-thirds innings, giving up only two hits, one run, and four walks. The walks were a little high, but it didn't hurt him.

Then Mitch Stetter came in for the final one and one-third inning giving up zero hits in that time.

The game ended 6-1, with the Brew Crew finding themselves coming out on top. The Brewers were able to win despite facing Phillies ace Cole Hamels.

Braun went 2-for-4 with two walks and a home run for his fourth on the season. Also, Fielder had three RBI and Hall took one ddep in the eigth inning.

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