Since pulling within 1½ games of first place in the NL Central with a five-game winning streak, Milwaukee has dropped six of its last nine games in large part because of struggling offense that stranded 85 runners during that stretch.
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ST. LOUIS —The Milwaukee Brewers were able board a plane and leave St. Louis a little earlier than expected.
St. Louis remains in first place in the NL Central by a half-game over the Chicago Cubs, who beat San Francisco 5-3. Third-place Milwaukee is four games back.
Milwaukee fell three games behind National League Central-leading St. Louis with the loss, which marked the first time since August 2017 the Brewers were limited to one hit.
A day after the Brewers used their entire bullpen in a 14-inning roller coaster, Chase Anderson exited Sunday’s loss after being tagged for a career-high 10 runs in 2⅓ innings.
Christian Yelich hit two home runs, tying for the major league lead with 41, Ryan Braun smacked two as well and the Brewers equaled their franchise record with seven.