By Tim Kowols
The Milwaukee Brewers could not solve the knuckleball stylings of R.A. Dickey Saturday, falling to the Atlanta Braves. The best chance for the Brewers to break through was the first inning when they left two men on base following a RBI ground by Hernan Perez. Braves catcher Tyler Flowers singled home the equalizer in the bottom half of the inning while Brandon Phillips’ two-run homer in the bottom of the third inning proved to be the difference. Matt Garza threw six innings, giving up three runs on seven hits, but could not match Dickey, who went seven innings and gave up only three more hits after the first inning. The Brewers look to salvage one from the three-game set beginning at 12:35 p.m.