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Brewers snap losing streak in win over Cincinnati

The journey back from the Brewers late season slump may have begun Thursday afternoon at Miller Park.

Kyle Lohse pitched seven strong innings, and the Brewers got a pair of home runs and some timely hits in the later innings in a 4-2 win over the Reds.

Adam Lind and Aramis Ramirez homered for Milwaukee. Jean Segura drove in a run in the seventh with a base hit, and an error led to an insurance run in the eighth. Jonathan Broxton and Francisco Rodriguez pitched scoreless innings to close out the win, with K-Rod picking up his 350th career save in the process.

The win snaps an eight game losing streak.

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