By Mark Kanz
You would expect a team that commits five errors in the first four innings of a baseball game would wind up with a loss. That was not the case for the Brewers Friday. The Crew rode the big bat of Jesus Aguilar to a comeback 9-4 win over the Yankees in the Big Apple. Aguilar drove in a Brewers’ rookie record seven runs with a grand slam and a three-run homer in the contest. Despite not playing regularly, the first baseman is batting .299 with nine homers. Fellow rookie Josh Hader entered the game following a nearly hour-long rain delay. The lefty struck out seven in three innings of work to earn his first big league victory. The Brewers are now nine games above .500 with two games remaining against the Yanks before the All-Star break.