By Paul Schmitt
The Milwaukee Brewers had their four game road streak snapped with a 7-5 loss to the Cincinnati Reds Saturday afternoon at the Great American Ballpark. The Brewers bullpen, which had pitched 11 straight innings with out giving up a run, gave up a 4-3 Brewer lead after five innings by allowing four runs in three innings. Brewer starting pitcher Zach Davies struggled early but left the game after five innings allowing only the three runs he gave up in the second inning. Eric Thames stayed hot hitting two home runs to lead the Brewers. Carlos Torres (0- 1) took the loss as Milwaukee (6-6) will look to Wily Peralta in the series finale on Sunday to take the four game series.