Brewers vs Marlins – Game Summary – May 13, 2022

Miami – – Jes Peterson marched against Anthony Bender with the loaded bases in the ninth inning and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Miami Marlins 2-1 on Friday night.

After rookie Corbin Burns and Pablo Lopez duel for seven runs, former Marlins star Christian Yelich arrived in one game against Tanner Scott (0-1) in the ninth round. Scott Lewis hit the Ureas and succumbed to Tyrone Taylor’s song on the right that carried the bases.

Bender rested and hit Hunter Renfrew before marching on Peterson on four pitches.

“I know he has a heavy hand, so I was looking for something,” Peterson said. “Really good job by the guys in front of me before he came in. We had some really good rackets.”

Devin Williams scored a perfect goal (2-0) and Josh Hader finished the ninth goal perfectly in his 13 saves. Hader is the first bowler in Major League history to open a season with 13 saves in 13 games.

Lopez had a career high of 11 and shorted Milwaukee on a one-stroke and three-stroke in a seven-stroke outing. Lopez retired 15th in a row until Renfrew retired in seventh.

Burns was the dominant Brewers. The NL Cy Young award winner allowed one round, five strokes, and made seven in seven.

“Tonight I’d say is the worst we’ve seen all year in terms of executions, things wise,” Burns said. “If I didn’t have the curve ball tonight, I would probably have gone out three or four rounds. I had to grind through it. I had to find ways to get out tonight.”

Lopez enjoyed the match with Burns.

“It’s one of those things where we knew we were up against the guy who won the Cy Young award last year,” Lopez said. “We all know who he is. We all know how he plays and how he competes.”

Yelich went 1 for 4. This was his first game against his former team since the 2018 NL MVP broke a knee after contamination from the field on September 11, 2019.

The Marlins lost their eleventh game of the first round in the league.

“Men like[Burns]are hard to come by,” Miami manager Don Mattingly said. “He has many pitches. He throws the ball where he wants most often. He never gives up.”

Brewers quickly hit on Kolten Wong’s shot at the start. Wong drove López’s cutter at Bullpen Brewers on the right field for Homer II.

Miami tied it up with third place in Jesus Aguilar’s singles blast, which fell behind the left field wall.

special celebration

The Marlins celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the 1997 World Championship Team with a three-game series against Milwaukee. 14 members of the club, including manager Jim Leland, will take part in the weekend’s festivities. Craig Counsell, who was a 22-year-old Marlins rookie who scored the winning game in Game 7, will also reunite with his former teammates and Leyland.

“I’m excited to see the players, a lot of people I haven’t seen in a while,” Koncell said. “Talking about those things never gets old. It was one of those fun times in your life, winning the world championship. I hope to share some stories with them. You always want to get those things back.”


The retractable roof opened at Depot Park for the first time this season. House Marlins rarely feature an open roof due to the increased threat of rain in southern Florida during late spring and summer. According to Accuweather, the probability of precipitation in the first pitch was 20%.

Rooster Transfer

The Brewers put LHP Brent Suter on the paternity list and called up RHP Jandel Gustave of Triple-A Nashville.

coach room

Brewers: RHP Trevor Gott (Quartet Headers) is now available to play after sitting out the last two games of the series in Cincinnati.

Marlins: Avicel Garcia left after a stomach upset in the seventh inning. . If Joy Wendell (right hamstring strain) was put on the casualty list for 10 days.

next one

LHP Eric Lauer (3-0, 1.82) will start the middle game of the Brewers series on Saturday while Marlins goes with LHP Trevor Rogers (1-4, 5.00)


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