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Davis goes down as Brewers lose seventh straight

The losses, both on the scoreboard and to the team's better players, are mounting for the 2015 Milwaukee Brewers.

Khris Davis tore the meniscus in his knee while striking out in the first inning of Saturday's 7-3 loss to the Diamondbacks at Miller Park, the Brewers seventh straight loss.

Davis limped out of the batter's box after swinging and missing at an offering from Jeremy Hellickson. Gerardo Parra replaced Davis and will become a starter for some time as Davis will need knee surgery.

Paul Goldschmidt homered twice against Kyle Lohse, who gave up seven runs on 11 hits in just 3.1 innings. The Brewers committed three errors in the game, two of them coming in a second inning that saw Arizona score three times.

The Brewers, who own the worst record in the major leagues at 16-34, will try to avoid a sweep by the Diamondbacks Sunday afternoon.

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