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D-backs 7, Brewers 5

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MILWAUKEE, WI (WHBL) - The Milwaukee Brewers blew a 5-2 lead Tuesday night, and lost at home to Arizona 7-5.  The Crew became the final Major League team to lose a game when scoring four runs or more.  They're now 18-1 in that department.  Milwaukee scored all five of its runs in the first inning, highlighted by a throwing error from Chris Owings and a two-run double by Logan Schafer.  The Brewers still led by one in the eighth when Miguel Montero tied it with an R-B-I single, and then Aaron Hill belted a two-run homer off Brandon Kintzler - who dropped to 1-1 with the loss.  Marco Estrada escaped with a no-decision in his worst outing of the year, giving up four runs in six innings.  Evan Marshall, who was called up from Triple-"A" earlier in the day, won his big league debut with one-and-a-third hitless innings of relief.  Paul Goldschmidt fell a triple short of the cycle by going 3 for 5 for the Diamondbacks.  His homer was a two-run blast.  Goldschmidt continues to be a Brewer-killer, batting .469 in ten games at Miller Park.   Arizona has now won four of six.  The Brewers have dropped five of their last seven.  They're 22-12, and no longer have the best record in the Majors.  Detroit now has that distinction at 19-9.  Milwaukee and Arizona will close out their three-game series this afternoon at Miller Park.  Right-hander Wily Peralta will start against Arizona right-hander Bronson Arroyo.  Pregame coverage on WHBL starts this morning at 11:35.