Brewers lose finale, Attanasio not pleased

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by WDJT Sports

With owner Mark Attanasio in attendance, the Milwaukee Brewers gave up seven runs in the first three innings, losing to the Los Angeles Dodgers 9-2 Wednesday afternoon.

Brewers starter Wily Peralta (3-5) gave up six runs in just 1.2 innings -- five in the second inning alone.

While looking on, Attanasio said that he did not like what he was seeing from the Brewers. He said it was a team-wide problem but expressed concern with the starting pitching.

"Our starting pitching has put us in too big a hole, too many times," Attanasio said. "Too many big innings."

The Brewers are just 4-16 in the month of May. Their 18-27 record is good for last place in the National League Central Division.

 

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