Brewers Early Lead Stops Cleveland

March 23, 2010 by  

The Milwaukee Brewers would face the Cleveland Indians as they would get off to an early start by knocking in four runs in the first inning of play. In the following inning, the Brewers would drive in five more runs to take a commanding lead over the Indians. Brewers’ starting pitcher Dave Bush would throw six innings allowing just one run.

The first Cleveland run would come in the fourth inning as the team tried to rally back from a nine run deficit. Cleveland pitching would hold the Brewers to no more runs through the eighth inning but the team would only be able to score once more in the seventh. Milwaukee would score once more in the ninth as they win the game by a score of ten to two.

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