Davis hits 2 homers in Crew’s 6-4 win at Cincy

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CINCINNATI — Ryan’s Braun’s 65 game suspension created a dark hole in the line-up, but rookie Khris Davis is doing his best to fill it a bit; Davis blasted a pair of 2-run homers in the Brewers 6-4 win at Cincinnati Friday night.
Davis, who rejoined the team after Braun was suspended last month, is hitting 386 in the former 2001 MVP’s absence.
The outfielder has hit all 8 of his homers in a 23 game span, to go with 17 rbi.
Rob Wooten picked up the win in relief; Jim Henderson earned his 20th save in 23 chances.
Wily Peralta takes the mound at Great American Ball Park on Saturday.

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