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Schoop's grand slam helps Brewers roll past Giants 6-3

Jonathan Schoop's five RBIs gave the Milwaukee Brewers the run support they needed to defeat the San Francisco Giants 6-3 Sunday at home.

The Brewers could only come up with five hits in the game, but it was Schoop's grand slam in the sixth inning that gave the Brewers what they needed to secure the win.

Brewers' starter Zach Davies pitched five innings, giving up six hits and two earned runs. The bullpen helped secure the win for the Brewers.

Giants' starter Madison Bumgarner was cruising until the sixth inning, giving up just one run. The game completely changed when Schoop hit the grand slam, putting the Brewers up 5-2.

The Brewers now hold an 82-62 record, just two games back of the National League Central-leading Chicago Cubs (83-59). The Cubs' game against the Washington Nationals for today was postponed.

Up next for the Brewers is a three-game series against the Cubs in Chicago. 




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