CINCINNATI, OH (WHBL) - The Milwaukee Brewers lost their first road series of the season after falling at Cincinnati 4-3 in 10 innings on Sunday. The Crew dropped three-of-four against the Reds after going into the series with just two road defeats. Todd Frazier won the finale with a double that scored Chris Heisey, who walked with two out. The Crew had a one-run lead in the eighth when Brandon Phillips tied it with a solo homer off Brandon Kintzler. It was Phillips' first homer since April fifth. Brayan Pena also hit a solo shot for Cincy. Tyler Thornberg took the loss, falling to 3-1. Brewers' starter Kyle Lohse has still not lost since April first, after he escaped with a six-and-a-third-inning no-decision. Lohse gave up two runs and struck out a pair, and has not given up more than three earned runs in any of his seven starts in 2014. Sam LeCure got the win in relief on his 30th birthday. He's 1-1. The Brewers scored their runs on a pair of solo shots from Scooter Gennett and Khris Davis, and a single from Jonathan Lucroy. At 21-11, Milwaukee still has the best record in the Majors -- but only by two percentage points over Detroit. The Brewers are back home to open a series tonight against Arizona. Right-hander Matt Garza faces Diamondbacks' right-hander Mike Bolsinger. Pregame coverage on WHBL begins at 6:35.
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