Miami, FL (Sports Network) - Jeff Bianchi's three-run homer in the top of the
eighth inning secured the victory for the Milwaukee Brewers, who took the
second game of a four-game set against the Miami Marlins, 8-4.
Ryan Braun's go-ahead infield single put the Brewers ahead 5-4 in the top
of the seventh inning. Braun went 2-for-4 for the night, also driving in
Milwaukee's first run in the first with a double to score Rickie Weeks.
The Brewers, who have won 12 of their last 15 games, got back to three games
below .500 after losing the series opener to the Marlins, 7-3, on Monday.
Kameron Loe (6-4) got the win for the Brewers. With the Brewers trailing 4-3,
Loe entered the game after Marlins catcher Rob Brantly flew out to left with
runners on first and second. With two away, Loe retired Donnie Murphy on two
pitches, getting him to ground into a force out at third base.
The Brewers took the lead in the following frame and never looked back.
After Jose Veras allowed runners to reach second and third in the ninth, John
Axford came in and got Donovan Solano to pop out to earn his 24th save of the
Marlins reliever Mike Dunn (0-2) was charged with the loss.
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