Milwaukee Brewers Edge San Francisco Giants in 10 Innings

The Milwaukee Brewers (66-44) take down the San Francisco Giants (69-41), 2-1, in 10 Innings tonight at American Family Field.

The Hot Rod, Rowdy Tellez, does it again for the second time this week for a win. Tellez hit a single down the third base line to win the ball game and give the Brewers a much needed win over the team they’re chasing for potential home field advantage throughout the playoffs.

Corbin Burnes gave Milwaukee seven quality innings when the Crew really needed them. Four hits, one walk, one run, five strikeouts. His ERA is now 2.39.

The win tonight gives Manager Craig Counsell his 500th career win. Counsell joins Phil Garner (563-617) as the only managers in franchise history to reach that 500 win milestone.

Christian Yelich said he felt fine by day two of his 10-day coronavirus quarantine. For those asking why the Brewers haven’t activated him yet despite being eligible to return: He went 10 days without picking up a bat. Given his back issues earlier this season, the Brewers feel its best to run him through several days of BP before playing a game.

The Milwaukee Brewers are 13-5 since the All-Star break. They are 8-2 since the coronavirus started depleting the roster.

This Is My Crew!

Up Next:

The Milwaukee Brewers and San Francisco Giants will square off once again from inside American Family Field tomorrow night. First pitch is scheduled for 6:10 PM (Central Time).

Brandon Woodruff (7-6, 2.26 ERA) will get the start for Milwaukee.

Aaron Sanchez (1-1, 2.97 ERA) will get the start for San Francisco.

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