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Brewers shut out Marlins 2-0

Published On: Jul 19 2013 09:59:26 PM CDT
Updated On: Jul 19 2013 10:14:27 PM CDT
Milwaukee Brewers

MILWAUKEE -

Kyle Lohse allowed only five hits in six shutout innings to lead the Milwaukee Brewers to a 2-0 win over the Miami Marlins Friday night at Miller Park.

Lohse (6-7) threw 105 pitches, struck out five and didn't allow a walk.

He got all the offensive support he needed with two solo homers- one by Juan Francisco in the fourth and one by Carlos Gomez in the fifth.

John Axford pitched a scoreless seventh, John Henderson a scoreless eighth before Francisco Rodriguez finished in the ninth to record his 10th save of the season.

Jacob Turner (3-2) took the loss for the Marlins, pitching five innings, allowing five hits, four walks and two runs.

The Brewers are now 39-56 this season. Miami drops to 35-59.

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