Clayton Kershaw took a singles lead for the sixth inning and in a place that was gone. By the time the inning ended, the Dodgers Trail and eventually 4-2 would lose to the Brewers. That paved this series to a game apiece.
In the sixth, Christian Yelich tied the game with a solo home run to start the sixth inning. With two away winners was Ryan Braun, as Muncy Manny Piñas chopper could not set up. this gave the Brewers their first lead of the game. Broxton then doubles Piña to make it 4-2.
The Dodgers romped first as they had a great first appearance in terms of quality record appearances. Eight Dodgers joined Plate and Milwaukee Starters, Chase Anderson made 43 pitches. Chris Taylor beat one of those games, a change, for a two-run single that brought the Dodgers in front.
Kiké Hernández, however, stroked with the bases to end the inning and the chance to take a big lead.
Kershaw had the first three in order, all by strikeout, but in the second he had runners on the corners with one out. Keon Broxton hit a groundball on the "Five-Hole" and Manny Machado made a good game to get Broxton.
The Brewers would score at this game, but Kershaw could work the inning afterwards. The Brewers still had a run-scoring chance in the third inning. Again with runners in the corners and one of them, Kershaw brought Jesus Aguilar to a double match.
The Dodgers unloaded the bases with none, leaving Anderson out of the game in the fifth inning. Corbin Burnes, came up with two major league games experience and he got the key game in the inning. A ball passed led to Kershaw, who had left to start the inning, and was thrown when he tried to shoot.
Josh Hader came in and, after loudly receiving support from his hometown fans, suggested two goalless innings to keep the Brewers ahead.
Corey Knebel gave up a blow to start the ninth inning got a double game, Logan Forsythe got a base goal to bring Manny Machado on the plate, as the tie-line, but he would come out to the game in three to end.
Baseball returns as the Dodgers until the next
Sunday brunch Brewers close their series as pair left-handers Alex Wood (5-5, 3.92 ERA) and Brent Suter (8-6, 4.39 ERA) will meet in the series finale.
Homeruns: Christian Yelich (12)
WP – Corbin Burnes (1-0) : 2 IP, 1 Hits, 1 Gang, 3 Strikeouts
LP – Clayton Kershaw (3-5): 6 IP, 7 hits, 4 runs (1 earned), 5 strikeouts
SV- Corey Knebel (12): 1 IP, 2 hits