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Brewers continue home run binge in 7-5 win over Cardinals

April 20th, 2017 at 11:45 PM
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The Milwaukee Brewers have hit early and often to start the year. They did it again Thursday night in the opener of their first series against the rival St. Louis Cardinals.

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.

That, my friends, is Russell Branyan territory. It was Shaw’s 4th home run in the past 5 games, and his third straight game visiting his home district of Ding Dong City.

Unfortunately, Zach Davies continued his struggle with location tonight and immediately gave that lead …

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Tags: Adam Wainwright, April 21, 2017, Box Score, Carlos Torres, Davies, Dexter Fowler, Eric Thames, Jacob Barnes, Jedd Gyorko, Jett Bandy, Jhan Marinez, John Lackey, Jonathan Villar, Kolten Wong, Matt Carpenter, Milwaukee Brewers, Neftali Feliz, Russell Branyan, Shaw's, St. Louis Cardinals, Stephen Piscotty, Travis Shaw, Wily Peralta, Yadier Molina, Zach Davies

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