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Brewers pile on runs in fifth inning, win seventh straight

The Brewers scored all the runs they needed in the fifth inning Saturday in Cincinnati, plating six and beating the Reds 7-3 for Milwaukee's seventh consecutive win.

Ryan Braun started the six-run inning with an RBI single. Aramis Ramirez, Jean Segura and Scooter Gennett also drove in runs with singles in the inning, with a balk and a bases loaded walk plating the final two runs.

Adam Lind homered for the Brewers, who are on their longest win streak since a nine game undefeated stretch in April 2014. A win Sunday would complete an undefeated week-long road trip.

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