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Corbin Burnes returned to All-Star form, struck sharply in the ninth inning and led the Milwaukee Brewers 8-0 to the Cincinnati Reds on Sunday and won three games. .. The Reds won three out of four in Milwaukee last weekend. Burns (5-4), the National League loser in Tuesday night’s All-Star game, had two innings and gave up, giving him an advantage on his first expedition. Two runs, including Vladimir Guerrero Jr. Burns’ 468-foot home run, hit 12 and ended at 2.16 ERA, allowing for 5 hits and 1 walk in 8 1/3 innings. Cincinnati invited the bass for one to nine in two singles and didn’t allow him to pass first base until a mistake occurred. Solo Homer added 2 barrel shots in the 7th and Willy Adams in the 9th shot. Tyrone Taylor and Jackie Bradley Jr. ran 2 runs each of 4 runs and 5 times. Sonny Gray (2-5), who has skeletal muscles around his chest and is on and off the list of injured, got off to a good start. Until the brewers are busy 5 times. Taylor’s base load, two-out single brought back two runs, and Bradley tripled with another two runs. Reds: All-Star Right fielder Nicholas Castellanos missed game two because he hit the field on the right wrist. Manager David Bell said he has no plans to go out any longer. … the extent of the damage to the Achilles tendon of the right-hander Michael Lorenzen has not yet been clarified. After suffering from shoulder pain, he threw a goalless inning on Saturday night in his first action of the year, but struck a tie-in grand in the 10th inning. … Gray was activated by the injury list before the game and INF Alejo Lopez was sent to Triple-A Louisville to set up a squad room. UPNEXT brewer: Eric Lauer (3-4, 3.83) will play after the holidays. The hill of the start of a two-game series with the Royals in Milwaukee on Tuesday. Left-handed Mike Minor (6-8, 5.67) starts in Kansas City. Lauer lost to the Reds 2-0 on July 9 and threw a running ball six innings. Minor lost to the Indians 14-6 on July 10 and was marked with 6 runs and 9 hits in 4 innings. Reds: The New York Mets are coming to town on Monday with a set of three games. Right-hander Vladimir Gutierrez (4: 3, 4.29) meets the Reds. Gutierrez defeated Milwaukee Brewers on July 10 with five hits in six innings. Mets mixes the rotation with ace Jacob DeGrom, taking into account the latest injuries (forearm tension).

Returning to All-Star form, Corbin Burnes struck sharply in the ninth inning and led the Cincinnati Reds to the Milwaukee Brewers 8-0 Sunday for a three-game sweep.

The Brewers extended NL Central’s lead seven games ahead of runner-up Cincinnati. The Reds won three out of four in Milwaukee last weekend.

Burns (5-4) was the National League loser in Tuesday night’s All-Star game, so he made two innings and gave up two runs, including Vladimir’s 468-foot home run, which gave him an advantage on his first expedition. stand.Guerrero Junior

Burns hit 12 and finished with 2.16 ERA, allowing 5 hits and 1 step in the 8 1/3 innings. He didn’t allow runners to pass first base until Cincinnati loaded the bass with two singles and a mistake at 1/9.

Relief Angel Perdomo has come to beat Eugenio Suarez and Kyle Farmer to keep the shutout going.

Christian Yelich met Solo Homer for the seventh time and Willy Adames added two barrel shots for the ninth time. Tyrone Taylor and Jackie Bradley Jr. did 4 runs and 2/5 runs respectively.

Sonny Gray (2-5), who has skeletal muscles around his chest and is on the injured list, got off to a good start until the Brewers were busy in the fifth inning.

Taylor’s base load, two-out single brought back two runs, and Bradley tripled with another two runs.

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Brewers: There was no up-to-date information on RHP Brad Boxberger, who stiff-shouldered after pitching to a batter in eight innings on Saturday night.

Reds: All-star rightfielder Nicholas Castellanos has missed a second game since he was hit on the pitch in the right wrist. Manager David Bell said he has no plans to go out any longer. … the extent of the damage to the Achilles tendon of the right-hander Michael Lorenzen has not yet been clarified. After suffering from shoulder pain, he threw a goalless inning on Saturday night in his first action of the year, but struck a tie-in grand in the 10th inning. … Gray was activated by the injury list before the game and INF Alejo Lopez was sent to Triple-A Louisville to set up a squad room.

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Brewers: After a day off, Eric Lauer (3-4, 3.83) is on the hill in Milwaukee on Tuesday, the start of a two-game series with the Royals. Left-handed Mike Minor (6-8, 5.67) starts in Kansas City. Lauer lost to the Reds 2-0 on July 9 and threw a running ball six innings. Minor lost to the Indians 14-6 on July 10 and was marked with 6 runs and 9 hits in 4 innings.

Reds: The New York Mets are coming to town on Monday with a set of three games. Right-hander Vladimir Gutierrez (4: 3, 4.29) meets the Reds. Gutierrez defeated Milwaukee Brewers on July 10 with five hits in six innings. Mets mixes up the rotation with ace Jacob DeGrom, taking into account recent injuries (forearm tension).

Brewers in the form of an all-star defeated the Reds 8-0 to sweep

Burning in the form of an All-Star, Brewers defeated the Reds 8-0 to sweep