CHICAGO, IL (WHBL) - The Milwaukee Brewers lost their first series at Wrigley Field since September of 2011 after falling to the Chicago Cubs 4-2 on Sunday. Cubs' starter Travis Wood took a no-hitter into the fifth inning when he gave up a double to Logan Schafer and a two-run homer by Rickie Weeks, which landed on Waveland Avenue. The Milwaukee offense struggled again, as it was out-hit 8-3. That was after the Crew only got four hits while being shut out on Saturday. Wood struck out seven in seven innings to improve to 4-4. Hector Rondon earned his fifth save. Brewers' starter Marco Estrada suffered his first loss in six starts. He gave up all four Chicago runs in five frames, including a two-run homer to Welington Castillo and a solo shot from Mike Olt. Estrada struck out four, surrendering seven hits and two walks. He fell to 3-2. Milwaukee center-fielder Carlos Gomez sat out his fifth straight game, this time with a stomach virus. The Brewers lost two-of-three at Wrigley, dropping only their 10th game in their last 34 to the Cubs. Milwaukee continues to have the second-best record in the National League at 27-17. The Crew opens a four-game series at Atlanta tonight. Right-hander Wily Peralta will face Braves' left-hander Mike Minor. Pregame coverage on WHBL starts at 5:35.
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