Lohse injures finger, but Brewers win 8th straight

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by WDJT Sports

SAN DIEGO - When a baseball team is on a hot streak, virtually everything goes their way. For the Brewers, even injury news wasn't as impactful as first feared.

Kyle Lohse dislocated the pinkie finger on his non-throwing (left) hand in the Brewers 7-1 win in San Diego Monday. While some at first feared a trip to the disabled list was in order, Lohse and his manager both say he expects to make his next start this weekend in Los Angeles.

Ryan Braun homered for the fourth time in five games for the Brewers, who have now won 8 straight games.

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