Brewers end road trip with frustrating loss

SAN DIEGO (AP) — Franmil Reyes hit a go-ahead, three-run homer in the seventh and Eric Hosmer added a two-run shot for the San Diego Padres, who overcame three homers by the Milwaukee Brewers in an 8-7 win Wednesday for a three-game sweep.
Reyes’ shot to right-center, his 20th, came off Jeremy Jeffress (1-1) after Manny Machado hit a leadoff single and Hunter Renfroe walked. Reyes and Hosmer had three hits apiece.
Yasmani Grandal had given the Brewers an 8-5 lead in the top of the inning on a three-run homer against his former team, his 16th.
Christian Yelich hit his MLB-leading 27th homer and Ryan Braun homered, doubled and drove in three runs for the Brewers.
Craig Stammen got into and out of trouble in the ninth for his third save. He allowed Yelich’s single and a walk to Braun with one out before getting Grandal to force Yelich at third. Grandal was safe when first baseman Hosmer dropped a throw from Manny Machado. Stammen struck out Hernan Perez to end it.
Machado missed a three-run homer by inches, settling for an RBI single in an odd play in the second for the Padres, who won their fourth straight.
San Diego took a 5-3 lead in the third on Greg Garcia’s triple and Manuel Margot’s single, but Milwaukee came back on Yelich’s no-doubter, his MLB-leading 27th, off Matt Strahm in the fifth and then Grandal’s shot during a bullpen implosion. Brad Wieck allowed singles by pinch-hitter Ben Gamel and Lorenzo Cain opening the seventh before Gerardo Reyes (4-0) allowed Grandal’s shot with two outs.
Machado’s flyball bounced off the top of the fence in left-center and back onto the field with one out in the second. The umpires never signaled home run, but the Padres scoreboard operators blew a ship horn that denotes a homer and Hosmer, who had been on first, eased into a trot and was tagged before he got to third. He continued on to the plate, perhaps unaware of what was going on. Fernando Tatis Jr. was on third and scored to put the Padres ahead 3-1.
After a review of 2 minutes, 55 seconds, Machado was told to stay at second and Hosmer was confirmed as being out. The official scorer credited Machado with an RBI single since Hosmer was tagged before he got to third.
The Brewers tied it in the third on Braun’s two-run double off Strahm. The Padres regained the lead in the bottom of the inning on Garcia’s triple and Margot’s RBI single.
Yelich homered into the seats in right-center with two outs in the fifth.
Braun homered with two outs in the first, his 12th.
Hosmer hit a two-run homer in the first, his 11th.

Scott Emerich

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