Yelich, Woodruff lead Brewers to 4-1 win over Red Sox
By DOUG ALDEN Associated Press
BOSTON (AP) — Christian Yelich drove in the go-ahead run with a single in the seventh inning, Brandon Woodruff struck out nine and the Milwaukee Brewers returned to Boston for the first time in eight years and beat the Red Sox 4-1.
Andrew McCutchen had a run-scoring fielder's choice and Tyrone Taylor added a sacrifice fly in the ninth.
The Brewers improved to 6-1 since the All-Star break and won in their first game at Fenway Park since April 2014.
Woodruff (9-3) went 6 1/3 innings, allowing one run and four hits and two walks.
Josh Hader struck out three in the ninth to pick up his 29th save.
Brayan Bello (0-3) took the loss in an extended relief outing.