Zach 'Bat Boy' Davies Dominates Dodgers as Brewers Even Series at Ravine

Zach 'Bat Boy' Davies Dominates Dodgers as Brewers Even Series at Ravine”

As seen in the photo atop this post, Puig busted out a home run swing to break the news. Tommy Pham, Paul DeJong, Dexter Fowler and Yadier Molina each contributed base hits in the losing effort for St. Louis.

Davies (15-7), posted a almost identical line against the Dodgers as he did back on June 4 in Milwaukee, allowing just three hits with no walks and seven strikeouts. He has a 7.61 ERA in five starts in August. In his career, Weaver is 1-1 with a 2.95 ERA and 26 strikeouts against Milwaukee.

The Brewers come into the series having taken two of three games from the Dodgers in Los Angeles, making them the first team to take a series from the dominating Dodgers since early June, and giving them a 5-4 record on their trip. They scored two more in the third on a home run by Hernan Perez and a run-scoring single by Domingo Santana.

Milwaukee will look to win the series on Sunday with Jimmy Nelson getting the start. Nelson got the win after allowing both runs on four hits while walking a pair and striking out six over 6.2 innings of work to improve to 10-6 this season.

Following Nelson, the Brewers bullpen once again did its job, behind Anthony Swarzak, Josh Hader and Corey Knebel, who nailed down his 29th save. Matt Garza, Milwaukee's starter Tuesday, has gotten past the fifth inning in just two of his past seven starts, and those two times are the Brewers' only wins in that run of games.

The Brewers became the first team to claim a series from the Dodgers since the first week of June.

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