The Brewers have managed to pull a victory of the Nationals winning 5-2 on Tuesday night.
From The Herald Times Reporter:
WASHINGTON —You’d have a difficult time convincing the first-place Washington Nationals that the Milwaukee Brewers are in a rebuilding year.
The Brewers continued to be a thorn in the Nationals’ side Tuesday night, pulling out a 5-2 victory at Nationals Park to guarantee a series victory after a tough weekend in St. Louis.
One day after ruining Washington’s Fourth of July with a 1-0 victory, the Brewers used a big night by Aaron Hill (3 for 4, double, homer, three RBI) to beat the Nationals for the fourth time in five meetings this season.
Brewers starter Zach Davies bounced back from a tough outing against the Los Angeles Dodgers (eight hits, six runs in 41/3 innings) by limiting the Nationals to two runs over 62/3 innings. Davies scattered nine hits and a walk while logging three strikeouts.
The Nationals struck first for a run in the second inning off Davies. Daniel Murphy led off with a hit and stayed out of a double play by running as Wilson Ramos grounded out to short.
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