After two demoralizing losses to the Atlanta Braves in the first two games of their three game series in Atlanta, the Milwaukee Brewers were looking to salvage at least one win. And the Brewers were able to do just that behind the arms of Brandon Woodruff and Josh Hader as well as the home run ball.
To get things started, Christian Yelich got the Brewers on the board early as he hit his nineteenth home run in the season in the top of the first. The homer was a solo shot to dead away centerfield that just got over the wall. Ronald Acuna would immediately counter as he led off the bottom of the first with a homer of his own to make it 1-1 after one inning.
#19 for @ChristianYelich! #ThisIsMyCrew pic.twitter.com/nnrj60Z9ai
— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) May 19, 2019Keston Hiura came into today’s game really struggling. He at least has to be breathing a little easier as he hit his first major league home run in the top of the fifth inning. The line shot cleared the left field wall and gave the Brewers the lead, 2-1. He would later sting a single into left for his second hit of the game. A good day for the rookie second baseman. [Read More]
Published @ May 19, 2019
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