SAN FRANCISCO, CA (WHBL) - The Milwaukee Brewers won their second straight game at San Francisco Wednesday night, 6-1. But it came with a price, as second baseman Rickie Weeks left in the eighth inning with a strained left hamstring suffered when he grounded out. Manager Ron Roenicke said Weeks might be headed for the disabled list. The Brewers were down 1-0 in the eighth when they scored four runs, capped off by a two-run single from Norichika Aoki. Milwaukee added two more in the ninth, including a solo homer from Khris Davis. Alfredo Figaro pitched two innings of relief to get the win. He’s 2-3. Marco Estrada threw five shutout innings in his first start for Milwaukee since June third. Estrada gave up just one hit, with no walks and six strikeouts. Madison Bumgarner gave up four runs in seven-plus frames for the loss. He’s 11-7, and he ended a streak of nine starts in which he gave up two runs or less. The Giants broke a scoreless tie in the seventh when Buster Posey hit a sacrifice liner to left, and Davis made a diving catch to prevent a second run from scoring. San Francisco only had three hits on the night in losing their fourth game in their last five. The Brewers and Giants will close out their four-game series this afternoon. Right-hander Donovan Hand starts against Giants’ veteran right-hander Tim Lincecum. Pregame coverage on WHBL begins at 2:10.
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