The Milwaukee Brewers saved the best for last in their three game series with the sizzling Tampa Bay Rays. The offense finally came to life thanks to a backup catcher and Yovani Gallardo was on his game in the 5-0 victory. Martin Maldanado got the start behind the plate and delivered a bases loaded, two run single off David Price in the second inning. Aramis Ramirez knocked in a run and Maldando brought home two more later to pad the lead, matching a career high with four runs batted in. Gallardo meanwhile needed only 99 pitches to work seven shutout innings, allowing only three singles. Jeremy Jeffress worked a scoreless 8th and was back on to start the 9th but got into trouble with a single and wild pitch. Zach Duke picked up a strikeout but also walked the bases loaded so Francisco Rodriguez came on to finish it off with a strikeout and earned his 30th save of the year. Milwaukee (60-49) will have a day off Thursday before opening up a critical weekend series against the Cardinals in St. Louis.
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