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Brewers blanked again


The Milwaukee Brewers are suffering through their longest losing streak of the season, now at four games following the Altanta Braves 5-0 victory at Turner Field Tuesday night.  Julian Teheran went the distance, allowing six hits while striking out eight.   Yovani Gallardo (2-3) took the loss, allowing four runs in three and a third innings.   Gallardo left the game with an ankle sprain in the fourth.  He landed hard after leaping for a chopper over the mound.  X-rays were negative after the game.  Justin Upton homered for the third straight game, Andrelton Simmons also went deep for the NL East leaders.  Jonathan Lucroy had two of the six hits for Milwaukee.   The Brewers (27-19) saw their lead over St. Louis shrink to two and a half games after the Cardinals defeated Arizona 5-0 behind Adam Wainright's complete game one hitter.   Milwaukee has scored only five runs in the four game slide and have been shutout twice. Kyle Lohse will fave Ervin Santana in game three of the four game set in Atlanta Wednesday night.  Pre-Game coverage begins at 5:35 PM on WTAQ.