Brewers offense ice cold in 4-0 loss to Colorado

Brewers offense ice cold in 4-0 loss to Colorado

The team has gotten nothing out of the five hole in their lineup, putting up a collective.154 average with four homers and 20 RBI.

"I was trying to go down and away", Davis said. Jeremy Jeffress (1-0) earned the win with a scoreless ninth while Josh Hader struck out two in the 10 for his sixth save. He put a pretty good swing on it. Unfortunately, I didn't get the job done.

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Suter, whose fifth inning double stood out as the Brewers' only extra-base hit, went five innings and allowed four runs and seven hits.

Christian Yelich's two-run single gave Milwaukee a 3-0 lead. Lorenzo Cain (three runs, RBI), Hernan Perez (two runs) and Travis Shaw (run, three RBI) each had three hits to lead the Brewers in the win.

"That two-run homer in the ninth inning obviously hurt, but you can't point fingers at anybody", Gonzalez said. "Bad games, they're going to happen".

The Rockies batted around in the fourth, sending 10 men to the plate, with Iannetta leading off the inning with his fourth homer of the season.

The 21-year-old, recalled Saturday from Triple-A Colorado Springs, walked two in 5 2/3 innings and set a Milwaukee rookie record for strikeouts.

Dahl and Tony Wolters homered and Jon Gray (4-5) allowed six runs on 10 hits and fanned 10 for the Rockies. Brandon Woodruff recorded a no-decision after giving up seven runs on nine hits with one walk and one strikeout over three innings. In four home starts this season, Peralta is 2-1, 5.95. Pina and Saladino led off with singles. Peralta holds a 5-1 record with an ERA of 3.63 for Colorado Springs this season.

The Brewers offense has slashed.240/.311/.384 on its way to 3.8 runs scored per game in 2018, including 4.0 runs per game over the team's last 10 games and 4.2 per game over the team's last five contests (3-2 SU). Suter earned the win in his last outing, which came in relief at home against the Indians Tuesday. They lost their latest challenge when replay review did not provide sufficient visual evidence to overturn a safe call on Blackmon sliding into third for a triple. He landed on the SkySox DL on Saturday.

Freeland was relieved by Bryan Shaw after issuing successive one-out walks in the seventh but Shaw and Mike Dunn retired the next two batters to end the threat.