By Eric Fischer
It took some late-inning theatrics once again, but the Milwaukee Brewers have done it again, winning Friday night 11-10 in extra innings in Colorado. At one point in Friday night’s contest, the Brewers trailed 9-3 before rallying to tie and later win the ballgame, the largest comeback since Mother’s Day in 2017. Similar to last Mother’s Day, it was Manny Pina providing the big moment, this time with a game-tying home run in the 9th inning that bounced off the top of the wall in right field. In the 10th inning, Travis Shaw laced a single up the middle to score Lorenzo Cain, giving Milwaukee its first lead since the 3rd inning. Jeremy Jeffress earns the win after tossing a scoreless 9th, with Josh Hader earning his 6th save with 2 strikeouts. Milwaukee remains half a game behind the St. Louis Cardinals in the NL Central and Chase Anderson to the mound for the third game of the four-game series with first pitch scheduled for 7:10 pm.