Dodgers walk off Brewers in extra innings, 6-4

After rallying to tie the game in the eighth inning, the Milwaukee Brewers let one get away, falling to the Los Angeles Dodgers in 10 innings, 6-4.

Chase Anderson worked six innings for the Brewers, giving up three hits and two walks along with two runs. Corbin Burnes allowed two runs in the seventh inning, before Dan Jennings, Jeremy Jeffress, and Corey Knebel combined for two and two-thirds innings of shutout baseball to take the Brewers into extra innings.

It was a night with some big-time moments--Mike Moustakas' first extra-base hit as a Brewer, Corey Knebel's strikeout of Manny Machado in the bottom of the ninth--but Matt Albers gave up a two-run home run to Yasmani Grandal in the bottom of the tenth as the Dodgers earned their first win of the four-game series, which wraps up on Thursday night in Los Angeles.

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