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Winning Streak Ends at Four For Crew


MIAMI, FL (WHBL) - The Milwaukee Brewers blew an eighth-inning lead and lost at Miami Tuesday night, 5-4. Giancarlo Stanton crushed the first pitch he saw off Jim Henderson with two out in the bottom of the eighth. The two-run homer came in Stanton’s second game since he missed over a month with a leg injury. Henderson blew his first save chance of the year, and the loss dropped his record to 2-2. The Brewers had scored twice in the seventh to take their short-lived lead. Yuniesky Betancourt hit an R-B-I triple, and Scooter Gennett brought Betancourt home with a sacrifice bunt. Aramis Ramirez and Jonathan Lucroy also had R-B-I’s for Milwaukee, which ended a four-game winning streak. Norichika Aoki ended his 11-game hitting streak, as well as his string of 72 plate appearances without striking out. Ryan Braun missed his second straight game with a lingering thumb injury. On a positive note, the Milwaukee defense has now played a season-high eight straight games without an error. Derek Dietrich hit a two-run homer for Miami, which has now won three of its last four.  Chad Qualls pitched a perfect eighth to get the win.  Steve Cishek threw a scoreless ninth for his seventh save. The Brewers remain just percentage points out of last place in the National League Central, after the cellar-dwelling Cubs lost again. The Brewers will close out their series at Miami tonight. Right-hander Alfredo Figaro goes against Marlins’ righty Kevin Slowey.  Tune in for the pregame on WHBL at 5:35.