Brewers bats quiet again in 2-0 loss to Rockies

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MILWAUKEE (AP) — Jordan Lyles pitched six effective innings and the Colorado Rockies hit six doubles for the second consecutive game in a 5-2 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers on Tuesday night.

Lyles (1-0) limited the Brewers to two runs and five hits. He lost four of his final five starts last season.

Jean Segura was hit in the face by Lyles’ changeup in the fifth and stayed sprawled in front of home plate for several minutes. Segura apparently was OK, though, and remained in the game.

Six players doubled for the Rockies, who had 12 hits overall. Colorado had eight extra-base hits and 16 overall in the season opener Monday, a 10-0 victory.

The Rockies, who managed only one hit off Brewers starter Matt Garza through three innings, scored three runs in the fourth. Colorado had four consecutive hits in the inning.


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