The Brewers jumped out to yet another first inning lead when Travis Shaw hit the longest and hardest-hit home run in Major League Baseball so far this season, a 465-foot blast off the facing of the top deck in right field.
The @Brewers have hit a lot of homers this year.
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Unfortunately, Zach Davies continued his struggle with location tonight and immediately gave that lead …
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