The Milwaukee Brewers have had a rough week, losing all three games in Cincinnati last weekend to tumble out of the race to defend their NL Central Division title, moving on to Philadelphia to only get swept again, losing three games by identical 7-6 scores, with the bullpen blowing leads in all three. In the Wednesday afternoon finale, Marco Estrada got behind as Milwaukee trailed 5-1 but it was the Brewers who rallied. Rickie Weeks went four for four with a home run and Ryan Braun's third hit of the game, a two run shot in the 8th, tied it up at 5-5. In the top of the 10th, Carlos Gomez got all the way to second on a bloop single. He was moved to third on a bunt and came home on a shallow fly ball from Aramis Ramirez. The 6-5 lead didn't stand up as Francisco Rodriguez gave up two runs in the bottom the 10th, a Carlos Ruis sacrifice fly and a walk off single from Jimmy Rollins as the Phillies won again in their last at bat. On Monday, Philly scored 4 in the 9th off Rodriguez to wipe out a 6-3 deficit and on Tuesday, three relievers gave up six runs in the bottom of the 8th. Milwaukee (44-53) returns home to open a Miller Park stand against the East Division leading Washington Natiionals.
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