By Tim Kowols
It is not often you are better away than at home, but early in the 2017 season the Milwaukee Brewers have proven that the road is where they like to be. Erasing an 3-0 deficit, the Brewers won their fourth in a row on the road, beating the Cincinnati Reds 10-4. After fill-in starter Tommy Milone gave up home runs to Zach Cozart and Joey Votto, the Brewers answered with a run of their own against journeyman pitcher Scott Feldman and the Reds bullpen. Following a two-run double by Manny Pina in the fourth inning, Jesus Aguilar and Jonathan Villar each registered RBI hits before Eric Thames pounded a two-run homer. Thames, Orlando Arcia and Nick Franklin completed the 10-run rally in the seventh with RBI hits. Zach Davies will look to turn around his season by heading to the mound to face Reds’ Brandon Finnegan in a 12:10 matinee at the Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati.