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Brewers still haven't been swept this season

(WNFL)- The Milwaukee Brewers have still not been swept this season, after crushing the Washington Nationals 9-to-2 in their Miller Park series finale yesterday. The Nats were going for their first sweep in Milwaukee since 2006, but Scooter Gennett wiped out that possibility in the second inning with a grand slam which put the Crew in front for good. Khris Davis had a solo homer and a two-run single, which put the Brewers up 7-2 in the fifth. Marco Estrada had a solid outing, giving up two runs and two runs in six-and-a-third innings with four walks and four strikeouts. He did not give up a homer for the first time since April 15th, as he improved to 7--4. Stephen Strasburg was shelled for seven runs in four-and-two-thirds innings. The loss dropped him to 6-6. Jonathan Lucroy, Aramis Ramirez, and Ryan Braun were all given the day off after their 16-inning loss to the Nats on Tuesday night. Ian Desmond and Nate McLouth drove in the only runs for Washington, which took 2-of-3 from the Crew. Milwaukee and the L-A Dodgers remain the only Major League teams not to be swept this season. The Brewers maintained their four-and-a-half-game lead in the National League Central Division. They've won seven of their last ten, scoring 62 runs in those contests. Tonight, Milwaukee opens a four-game home series against Colorado. Right-hander Wily Peralta faces Colorado left-hander Christian Friedrich.

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