Brewers 1, Cubs 0: Lorenzo Cain's homer is all pitchers need

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Brewers 1, Cubs 0: Lorenzo Cain's homer is all pitchers need
Brewers 1, Cubs 0: Lorenzo Cain's homer is all pitchers need

After struggling all season to score runs against the Chicago Cubs, the Milwaukee Brewers have finally turned the tables. Riding a strong start from Jhoulys Chacín, some standout relief from Jeremy Jeffress, Josh Hader and Corey Knebel and a home run by Lorenzo Cain, the Brewers did just enough to shut out the Cubs for the second consecutive game at Miller Park — this time by a score of 1-0 on Wednesday afternoon. "They've had our number all year long," said Cain. "So to take two out of three is definitely nice." Chacín (6-1), Milwaukee's most consistent starter of late, limited Chicago to four hits and three walks while striking out a season-high-tying over six innings and 100 pitches before

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