The Milwaukee Brewers still haven't won back to back games this young season as they fell to Chicago Cubs on a bitterly cold night at Wrigley Field 6-3. It started well for the Crew, scoring all three runs in the second inning thanks to a couple of Chicago errors on a 37 degree, windy evening. Wily Peralta was solid through the first six innings, giving up a run, but ran into trouble in the 7th when the Cubs were able to tie the game. John Axford came on for the 8th and promptly loaded the bases. He gave way to Alfredo Figaro who gave up a sacrifice fly and a hit and the Cubs scored three times. Axford is now 0-2 and has given up six earned runs in four relief appearances. Milwaukee (2-6) will try to win it's first series of the season sending Kyle Lohse to the mound Wednesday night.
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