Chacin And Perez Lead The Brewers Over Braves - Brewers 7 Braves 2 - W: Chacin (7-3) L: Fried (1-3); SV: Jennings (1) - July 5, 2018 At Miller Park

Chacin And Perez Lead The Brewers Over Braves

Chacin And Perez Lead The Brewers Over Braves

Brewers 7 Braves 2 | July 5, 2018 At Miller Park

Chacin And Perez Lead The Brewers Over Braves!

This game was played to a crowd of 27,557 at Miller Park in Milwaukee, WI.

Chacin And Perez Lead The Brewers Over Braves!


Chacin And Perez Lead The Brewers Over BravesTonight’s game between the first place Atlanta Braves and the first place Milwaukee Brewers started off great in the first inning.

With Ender Inciarte on first base, Ozzie Albies hit a triple to score Inciarte.  The Freddie Freeman grounded out to score Albies.

The Braves offense gave Braves pitcher Max Fried a 2-run lead.

But Fried just did not have control of his fastball all night long.  He was not able to throw his fastball for strikes like he did in his last outing in St. Louis.  He only lasted three innings and gave up four runs on four hits.  Fried also issued three walks and had one strikeout.

After the game Manager Brian Snitker said he took Fried out of the game because he was developing a blister on his finger.  Snitker did not want to take any chances on him missing his next start.

The bullpen (Shane Carle and Sam Freeman) did an outstanding job saving the bullpen until the Brewers scored three runs in the eighth inning off of Dan Winkler.

The Braves only had three hits off of former Braves pitcher Jhoulys Chacin.  Ozzie Allbies had two hits one was a triple and the other was a double.

Brewers pitcher Chacin went seven strong innings to collect his seventh win of the season.

Braves pitcher Fried collected his third loss for the year.

Now let’s get to the play by play of tonight’s loss to the Brewers!

Chacin And Perez Lead The Brewers Over Braves!

Atlanta Braves vs Milwaukee Brewers

7:10 pm CT | July 5, 2018

Miller Park | Milwaukee, WI

 

Max Fried (1-2) vs Jhoulys Chacin (6-3)

Chacin And Perez Lead The Brewers Over Braves!

 

First Inning:

Leading off the game for the Braves is CF Ender Inciarte.  Brewers pitcher Jhoulys Chacin hits Inciarte on the top of his left foot.  With a runner on first base 2B Ozzie Albies hits a line drive down the right field line for a triple to score Inciarte.  1B Freddie Freeman with a runner on third base bounces to the pitcher who lobs the throw to first for the first out.  While the Pitcher throws to first Albies takes off for the plate and scores the second run.  Next up is RF Nick Markakis who lines out to left field for the second out of the inning.  With two outs C Tyler Flowers pops up to the shortstop to end the top of the first inning.  The Braves lead the Brewers 2-0!

2B Jonathan Villar leads off the bottom of the first inning for the Brewers.  Villar hits a line drive off the left field wall for a double.  RF Christian Yelich with a runner on first base strikes out swinging on a foul tip for the first out.  While 1B Jesus Aguilar is batting Villar steals third base.  Aguilar then hits a sacrifice fly to right field which allows Villar to score the first run for the Brewers.  Now batting is the LF Ryan Braun who bounces out to 3B Johan Camargo to end the bottom of the first inning.  Braves lead the Brewers 2-1 after the first inning.

Second Inning:

Leading off the second inning for the Braves is 3B Johan Camargo who grounds out to third base for the first out.  LF Ronald Acuna Jr. hits a long fly ball to CF for the second out of the inning.  Now batting is SS Dansby Swanson who pops up to 1B for the third out of the inning.  Braves still lead the Brewers 2-1!

3B Hernan Perez lines a pitch down the right field line for a triple to start the second inning.  Now batting is CF Keon Broxton with a full count works a walk.  With runners on first and third SS Tyler Saladino hits a line drive to CF for a base hit driving in Perez to tie the score.  With C Erik Kratz batting both runners take off to steal second and third base.  With runners on second and third Kratz taps to 3B Johan Camargo who throws to 1B for the out while allowing Broxton to score.  P Jhoulys Chacin walks on a wild pitch, Saladino takes off from 3B to score the fourth run for the Brewers.  Jonathan Villar then hits into a double play to 2B Ozzie Albies who throws to 1B to end the inning.  The Brewers take the lead over the Braves 4-2!

 

Third Inning:

P Max Fried leads of the top of the third inning by looking at a third strike for out number one.  Ender Inciarte is called out looking.  On the pitch before Inciarte asks for time but the umpire does not grant it.  After striking out Inciarte argues with the home plate umpire Jeff Kellogg then goes back to the dugout.  With two outs Albies hits a line drive to RF for a double.  Freddie Freeman lines out to RF to end the top of the third inning.  Brewers still lead the Braves 4-2!

Leading off for the Brewers is Christian Yelich who works a 3-2 walk.  Jesus Aguilar hits a long fly ball to CF for the first out of the inning.  With a runner on first Ryan Braun taps to the pitcher Fried who throws to 2B for the second out.  Hernan Perez with a runner on first hits a single just past SS Dansby Swanson for a base hit.  With runners on first and second Keon Broxton batting.  Pitcher Max Fried picks off Yelich at second base trying to get a big lead for the final out of the inning.  Braves dodge a bullet.  Brewers still lead the Braves 4-2!

Fourth Inning:

Atlanta Braves Gear at Fanatics.comNick Markakis leads off the fourth inning by striking out looking.  Markakis says a few words to the umpire (Jeff Kellogg) then walks back to the dugout.  With one out Tyler Flowers hits a soft grounder to 1B for the second out.  Johan Camargo strikes out swinging to end the top of the fourth inning.  Brewers still lead the Braves 4-2!

Braves pitcher Shane Carle replaces Max Fried.  Leading off for the Brewers is Keon Broxton who strikes out on a 95-mph fastball for the first out.  Tyler Saladino bounces to 3B for the second out.  With two outs Erik Kratz hits a fly ball to CF Ender Inciarte for the third out of the inning.  Brewers still lead the Braves 4-2!

Fifth Inning:

Ronald Acuna Jr. leads off the fifth inning bounces to 3B for the first out of the inning.  With one out Dansby Swanson pops up to the SS for the second out.  P Shane Carle strikes out swinging for the third out of the inning.  Brewers still lead the Braves 4-2!

Leading off the inning for the Brewers is Jhoulys Chacin who lines out to RF Nick Markakis for the first out.  Jonathan Villar hits a long fly ball to CF Ender Inciarte who makes the catch on the warning track for the second inning.  With two outs Christian Yelich lifts a fly ball to RF to end the bottom of the fifth inning.  Brewers continue to lead the Braves 4-2!

Sixth Inning:

Ender Inciarte hits a chopper past the pitcher for an infield hit.  With a runner on first Ozzie Albies hits a line drive to CF Keon Broxton who makes a great running catch for out number one.  Freddie Freeman works a walk.  With runners on first and second Nick Markakis hits a bouncer to 3B Hernan Perez who steps on the bag and throws to 1B for a double play to end the top of the sixth inning.  Brewers lead the Braves 4-2!

Jesus Aguilar leads of the inning by striking out swinging.  With one out Ryan Braun hits a grounder to 2B Ozzie Albies who throws to 1B for the second out.  Hernan Perez with two outs hits a fly ball to CF Ender Inciarte who makes a great running catch for the third out of the inning.  Brewers continue to lead the Braves 4-2!

Seventh Inning:

Shop for Authentic Autographed Atlanta Braves Collectibles at SportsMemorabilia.comTyler Flowers leads off the inning by striking out on a check swing.  With one out Johan Camargo hits a grounder to the SS for the second out.  Ronald Acuna Jr. get hit on the hand.  The Brewers are challenging that Acuna Jr. tip the ball with his bat.  The Brewers lose their challenge.  With a runner on first Dansby Swanson strike out swinging to end the top of the seventh inning.  Brewers continue to lead the Braves 4-2!

Braves pitcher Sam Freeman replaces Shane Carle.  Keon Broxton leads off for the Brewers by striking out looking on an 83-mph splitter.  Next batter is Tyler Saladino who works pitcher Sam Freeman for a walk.  With a runner on first base Erik Kratz strikes out swinging on a 97-mph fastball.  Pinch hitter Nate Orf with a runner on first base and two outs strikes out swinging to end the bottom of the seventh inning.  Brewers lead the Braves 4-2!

Eighth Inning:

Brewers pitcher Dan Jennings replaces Jhoulys Chacin.  Leading off the inning for the Braves is pinch hitter Charlie Culberson.  With no outs Culberson hits a grounder to 2B for the first out of the inning.  Ender Inciarte with one out strikes out looking on a call from umpire Jeff Kellogg.  Ozzie Albies then flies out to CF Keon Broxton to end the top of the eighth inning.  Brewers continue to lead the Braves 4-2!

Braves pitcher Dan Winkler replaces Sam Freeman.  Leading off for the Brewers is Jonathan Villar who singles up the middle for a base hit.  On a pickoff attempt while Christian Yelich was batting pitcher Dan Winkler throws wild which allows Villar to advance to second on a throwing error by Winkler.  Yelich then hits a double to right field which allows Villar to score the Brewers fifth run.  Jesus Aguilar with a runner on second base strikes out for the first out of the inning.  With one out Ryan Braun on a 3-2 count strikes out on a foul tip which C Tyler Flowers held on for the second out.  Hernan Perez with a runner on second base hits a long fly ball over the head of CF Ender Inciarte for a 2-run homer giving the Brewers their seventh run.  Kenon Broxton grounds out to SS Dansby Swanson on a nice play to end the eighth inning.  Brewers add to their lead over the Braves 7-2!

Ninth Inning:

Freddie Freeman leads off the ninth inning by hitting a little dribbler to 3B for the first out of the inning.  With one out Nick Markakis strikes out looking for the second out.  Tyler Flowers is the last hope for the Braves.  Flowers grounds out to the SS to end the ballgame.  Brewers beat the Braves 7-2!

Chacin And Perez Lead The Brewers Over Braves!

Braves Interviews After The Ballgame!

Chacin And Perez Lead The Brewers Over Braves!

Chacin And Perez Lead The Brewers Over Braves!

Chacin And Perez Lead The Brewers Over Braves!

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Atlanta Braves 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 3 1
Milwaukee Brewers 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 3 X 7 7 0

W: Chacin (7-3)     L:  Fried (1-3)     SV:  Jennings (1)

Chacin And Perez Lead The Brewers Over Braves!

Atlanta Braves NewsTonight’s game between the first place Atlanta Braves and the first place Milwaukee Brewers started off great in the first inning.

 

With Ender Inciarte on first base, Ozzie Albies hit a triple to score Inciarte.  The Freddie Freeman grounded out to score Albies.

 

The Braves offense gave Braves pitcher Max Fried a 2-run lead.

 

But Fried just did not have control of his fastball all night long.

 

He was not able to throw his fastball for strikes like he did in his last outing in St. Louis. 

 

He only lasted three innings and gave up four runs on four hits. 

Fried also issued three walks and had one strikeout.

 

After the game Manager Brian Snitker said he took Fried out of the game because he was developing a blister on his finger.  Snitker did not want to take any chances on him missing his next start.

 

The bullpen (Shane Carle and Sam Freeman) did an outstanding job saving the bullpen until the Brewers scored three runs in the eighth inning off of Dan Winkler.

 

The Braves only had three hits off of former Braves pitcher Jhoulys Chacin. 

 

Ozzie Allbies had two hits one was a triple and the other was a double.

 

Brewers pitcher Chacin went seven strong innings to collect his seventh win of the season.

 

Braves pitcher Fried collected his third loss for the year.

 

–Bob Griggs | Atlanta Dugout Talk

Chacin And Perez Lead The Brewers Over Braves!

About Bob Griggs

I became an Atlanta Braves Fan in the spring of 1974. I was in first grade and Hank Aaron was chasing Babe Ruth for the all-time home run king. Back in 1974 things were different than they are now. You could not just watch every game on television. Because of the event the networks would interrupt programming and show Hank Aaron batting until he broke the home run record. Since then I have always been an Atlanta Braves Fan.

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