Zach Greinke never lost a start at Miller Park as a member of the Brewers, but he got beat by the Crew Tuesday night 5-2. His career record in Milwaukee is now 15-1. The Brewers roughed up the Los Angeles Dodgers right hander for four runs in the 5th inning. Carlos Gomez ripped a two run double to left that put Milwauke on top. Making his second start since suffering a broken collarbone in a brawl with San Diego, Greinke lasted four plus innings, giving up all five runs on nine hits. At least he brought his bat, Greinke had two of the four hits for the Dodgers against Hiram Burgos and the Milwaukee bullpen. Mike Fiers (1-2) got the win in relief. Four more pitchers held L.A. scoreless for five innings and Jim Henderson closed out the game for his 9th save. Jonathan Lucroy also had a good night at the plate, collecting three hits with an RBI. The rubber game of the series is Wednesday afternoon wtih Wily Peralta on the hill for the Brewers (18-26). Pre-game coverage begins at 11:35 AM on WNFL.
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