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Brewers hearth 5-hit shutout, finish Astros’ win streak

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Brewers hearth 5-hit shutout, finish Astros’ win streak


May 23, 2023; Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA; Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Colin Rea (48) delivers a pitch against the Houston Astros in the first inning at American Family Field.

Could 23, 2023; Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA; Milwaukee Brewers beginning pitcher Colin Rea (48) delivers a pitch towards the Houston Astros within the first inning at American Household Area.
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Colin Rea and 4 relievers mixed on a five-hitter and Owen Miller hit a two-run homer to tempo the Milwaukee Brewers to 6-0 victory over visiting Houston on Tuesday, snapping the Astros eight-game profitable streak

Rea (1-3) was despatched down on Could 15 however recalled 5 days later to bolster a rotation with three starters on the injured record. The correct-hander allowed 4 hits over 5 1/3 innings, placing out 4 and strolling two for his first main league win since August 2020 when he was with the Chicago Cubs.

The Brewers‘ bullpen allowed only one hit the remainder of the best way. Joel Payamps obtained the ultimate two outs of the sixth, Elvis Peguero tossed an ideal seventh on 10 pitches, and Peter Strzelecki dealt with the eighth. Bryse Wilson allowed a double within the ninth

Milwaukee pulled away with 4 runs within the eighth off Rafael Montero. Jesse Winker and Rowdy Tellez singled, and Brian Anderson doubled dwelling each runners with two outs to make it 4-0. Miller adopted along with his third homer of the season.

Astros starter J.P. France (1-1) allowed two runs, one earned, on 5 hits in 5 2/3 innings. He caught out eight and walked one. Houston had received 11 of its earlier 12 video games

Rookie Joey Wiemer staked the Brewers to a 1-0 lead within the third inning along with his fifth homer, a 430-foot leadoff drive to left-center

Miller manufactured a run within the fourth to make it 2-0. Miller singled with one out and stole second. With two outs, catcher Yainer Diaz’s tried pickoff throw to second sailed into middle, permitting Miller to come back all the best way round.

The Astros threatened within the sixth when Yordan Alvarez drew a one-out stroll and Kyle Tucker blooped a single into shallow middle, chasing Rea. Payamps entered and struck out Jose Abreu. Each runners superior on a wild pitch, however Payamps fanned Jeremy Pena to finish the inning

Astros second baseman Jose Altuve, enjoying in his fourth recreation since coming off the IL, left within the sixth inning with an obvious damage

–Area Degree Media