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Beat goes on in Brewers 8-6 loss to Twins

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MINNEAPOLIS –Kyle Lohse struggled in his return to the rotation as the Milwaukee Brewers dropped an 8-6 decision to the Twins on Thursday night in Minneapolis.
Lohse, who missed a start with elbow soreness, gave up 6 runs in 4 and 2/3rd innings; he allowed 4 homers-3 of which came in the 4-run fourth inning.
The Crew’s miserable May continued with their 6th straight loss; Milwaukee is 5-22 with one game to play (Friday night in Philadelphia).
Logan Schafer had 3 hits while spelling Nori Aoki-one of which was a 3-run triple.

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