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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - Kyle Lohse
On a weird night at Nationals Park, it was probably fitting that the end result was a 4-2 defeat to the Milwaukee Brewers. Scooter Gennett and Khris Davis hit solo home runs and Aramis Ramirez smacked a two-run single to right field. That was all Brewers starter Kyle Lohse would need.
Kyle Lohse had the Chicago Cubs hitting harmless groundballs early in counts.
Chris Heisey hit a go-ahead homer in the fifth inning and the Cincinnati Reds connected four times in all, beating Arizona 4-3 on Sunday to take three of four from the Diamondbacks.
Chicago Cubs manager Rick Renteria's eyes were watery after a 9-0 loss Sunday to the Milwaukee Brewers.
For the fourth time this year, a blown save by the Milwaukee Brewers bullpen cost Kyle Lohse a victory. The veteran starting pitcher quickly shrugged off his team's late game collapse that led to a loss to the Baltimore Orioles on Monday.
The Brewers saved their swings for the game and earned another break from batting practice.
Following a dominant opening month, Ervin Santana has found trouble in May.
It took a while for Kyle Lohse to get comfortable on a cold and soggy day at Wrigley Field. Once he got into a groove, the Milwaukee Brewers were well on their way to another victory.
Darwin Barney hit a long drive to left in the second inning, and Junior Lake went deep in the third. It looked as if the Chicago Cubs were headed for a big day at the plate.
Todd Frazier got a second opportunity and made the most of it.
Milwaukee wasted a chance to leave Cincinnati with a four-game split.
Lance Lynn missed a chance to join teammate Adam Wainwright as the only five-game winners in the majors.
Down four regulars, the Milwaukee Brewers kept right on rolling.
Kyle Lohse pumped his right first waiting in the on-deck circle as Jean Segura's three-run homer cleared the left-field fence in the second inning.
Padres starter Tyson Ross got showered with hits by the Milwaukee Brewers a day after his 27th birthday.
"You get some runs on the board, it is big for us to go out and shut down the next inning to keep the other team down and keep the momentum going," Lohse said.
Milwaukee Brewers' Kyle Lohse acknowledges the crowd after pitching against the Pittsburgh Pirates, Sunday, April 13, 2014, in Milwaukee.