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Forgettable Memorial Day for Brewers

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The Milwaukee Brewers let one get away on Monday at Miller Park, falling to the Baltimore Orioles 7-6 in 10 innings.  The Brewers built a two run lead thanks to back to back home runs from Khris Davis and Lyle Overbay in the sixth.   Francisco Rodriguez came on for the save in the ninth but after getting the first two batters out, Johnathon Schoop launched his second homer of the game to make it 6-5, former Brewer J.J. Hardy doubled off the glove of Davis and he came around to score on a single.  In the bottom of the ninth, a Nick Hundley error on a Carlos Gomez bunt left runners on second and third with one out but pinch runner Elian Hererra was doubled off third on a line drive.   Hundley then came through with an RBI single in the top of the 10th off Rob Wooten and the Brewers failed to answer.  Hundley went from near goat to hero in his first game with Baltimore after getting acquired from San Diego in a weekend trade.  Starter Kyle Lohse was the victim of a 4th blown save this year in a game he stood to win.   Milwaukee (30-22) still leads St. Louis by a game and a half in the NL Central.  They'll send Matt Garza to the mound in game two of the series Tuesday night.  Pre-Game coverage begins at 6:35 PM on WTAQ.