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D'backs spoil Lohse's debut, top Brewers 3-1Submitted: 04/05/2013
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MILWAUKEE - Wade Miley and Kyle Lohse were locked into a pitching duel through six innings before the Arizona Diamondbacks spoiled Lohse's debut with Milwaukee by scoring two runs on a wild pitch off reliever Michael Gonzalez in the seventh for a 3-1 win over the Brewers on Friday night.

Lohse allowed five hits and struck out six. Miley gave up five hits and struck out eight, one shy of his career high, as the starters battled almost pitch for pitch.

The Diamondbacks went ahead on a hit, three walks, a sacrifice bunt and Gonzalez's errant pitch.


However during pre-game batting practice, outfielder Ryan Braun suffered a neck spasm and was scratched from the lineup.

In the third inning, the Brewers suffered another injury as Aramis Ramirez suffers a leg injury sliding into second. He had to leave the game.

Lohse is coming off his best major league season, going 16-3 with a 2.86 ERA in 33 starts with the St. Louis Cardinals last year. He made one start in spring training after signing with the Brewers just before the end of March.

J.J. Putz pitched the ninth for his first save.



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