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Brewers go into rut with win over Rays

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Freddy Peralta pitched five strong innings in his second start after returning from the injured list, and Kolten Wong doubled for two runs to give the Milwaukee Brewers a 5-for-5 against the Tampa Bay Rays on Tuesday night. Helped win 3. 2 game series.

Peralta (4-2) was sidelined from May 23 until August 3, when he sat out with a sore shoulder, but in five innings he allowed two hits and allowed two runs. In 65 innings, he struck out four and had no walks.

Matt Bush pitched the ninth inning for the Brewers' first save since the All-Star closer he traded Josh Hader to deadline.

Milwaukee, who had lost six in their last seven games, stole his three points in the fifth inning to give him a 5-2 lead.

Willie Adams hit Ryan Yarbrough (0-7) with one out to take second. Rowdy Tellez walked and Adames wild pitched to put him in third. Andrew McCutchen hit Ryan Thompson with an RBI in center to make it 3-2. Wong closed out the inning with a two-out, two-run double to the left field corner.

Tampa Bay won 5-3 in the seventh inning when he started on David Peralta's single and a ground ball out advanced him to second, then homered on Jose Siri's double. .

The Rays scored with his two-run homer off of Jan Di Diaz in the third inning as he tied the score at 2-2. Christian Bethancourt hit an infield hit. After Taylor his Walls sacrifice bunt, Diaz sent his 2-0 pitch 421 feet to center and hit his sixth home run.

The Brewers took the lead 1-0 with an earned run from Jimmy Kabonis, who scored only once to open the scoring. Christian Yelich walked to open the frame and proceed with an errant pickoff throw. McCutchen's two out, ground-rule double to score to center.

Brewers centerfielder Tyrone Taylor hit a homer off David of his Peralta, and with a leaping grab over the wall he started the second inning. After Luis Julius singled with his one out and advanced on a groundout, Taylor put Milwaukee up in the bottom half with his RBI on his single to put him up 2–0.

– Field Level Media