The Brewers were no match for the MLB-best Dodgers in the opener of a four-game series
After a weekend where their bats were quiet, The last thing the Milwaukee Brewers needed was the most effective pitching team in baseball stepping through town.
This is what the Brewers have in their possession, anyway.
It was a different day and another disappointing performance by Brewers fans.
Brewers’ offense, struggled in a 4-0 defeat to the league’s top Los Angeles Dodgers on Monday night at American Family Field.
BOX SCORE: Dodgers 4, Brewers 0
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Freddy Peralta battled his command during his third outing since coming back to the field after an injury, with four walks in four innings. However, he only allowed one hit that was one of which was a Freddie Freeman solo homer in the first innings.
Peralta struggled to break through a jam in the fourth inning, throwing off Cody Bellinger with the bases filled to conclude the inning, after taking two batters for two consecutive walks.