Milwaukee (USA), May 31 (EFE). – Mexican baseball player Luis Aurias hit one song on Monday that bounced off the wall and returned home from Venezuelan recipient Omar Narvais with a win in the tenth round of the match. Defeat Detroit Tigers 3-2.
The Brewers won their fifth game in a row and cut the Tigers’ three-game winning streak.
The Detroit team embarked on a six-game road trip after landing for the first time in the New York Yankees since 2000.
Short-Stop Dominican Willie Adams kept on fire when he bumped into a two-run Homer of the Brewers team. The rising midfielder Aqeel Baddou also bounced the ball from the park in favor of the Tigers, who drew a draw on the scoreboard (2-2) at the top of the seventh game.
Both teams opened the tenth inning with a blow on the robotic runners to the third, but only the Browers took advantage.
After trailing 1-2 in the singles count, Urias foul in two stadiums before being sent off by loyal Dominican Jose Cisnero (0-2) hit the warning path in the right midfield and the ball rebounded. Uriah was credited with one song.
Tigers started the 10th place top by making Puerto Rican batsman Willie Castro mark catcher Jake Rogers in third, but left-hander Robbie Grossman and Venezuelan Harold Castro looked to finish the straight sixth look without scores by loyal Brad Boxsberger (2) -1).
Milwaukee trailed 1-0 until Adams hit Daniel Norris’ Stadium 3-2 outside the right-field wall with a sixth one. Detroit had taken the lead by two lead second base player Jonathan Scoop in sixth.
Adames has achieved 0.324 (11 of 34) with two home runs and 9 RBIs in 10 games since being acquired by The Brewers in a May 21 deal that sent loyal JP Feyereisen and Drew Rasmussen to Tampa Bay Rays.
Before joining the Brewers, Adames hit. 197 with five home runs and 15 RBI in 41 matches for the Rays.
The tigers wasted no time in responding. Baddoo opened seventh with the home run by Loyal Trevor Richards, who also came from Tampa Bay in the Adames trade.
Richards has allowed four runs in 4 2/3 innings since he was acquired by The Brewers.
Junior hit Corbin Burnes seven times and allowed six hits, two walks and one run in six innings, but went without a decision.
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