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Padres defeat Brewers 6-2

Published On: Jul 23 2013 10:14:43 PM CDT

MILWAUKEE -

Will Venable and Nick Hundley hit homers and Tyson Ross pitched six strong innings as the San Diego Padres defeated the Milwaukee Brewers 6-2 at Miller Park Tuesday night.

Venable homered off Donovan Hand (1-1) in the second inning, and Hundley hit a two-run shot off Tyler Thornburg in the sixth.

Ross (1-4) allowed just two hits and one run over six innings.

Khris Davis, who was called up to take the roster spot of Ryan Braun earlier in the day hit a pinch-hit home run in the eighth. It was Davis' first major league home run.

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