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MILWAUKEE -- Brewers manager Ron Roenicke knows theres only one way Milwaukee is going to salvage the season. Kyle Lohse did his part. Juan Francisco and Carlos Gomez each hit home runs and Lohse blanked Miami for six innings as the Brewers started the second half of the season with a 2-0 victory over the Marlins on Friday night. "It felt good to get the second half started this way," Lohse said. "We just to keep playing some clean games and just keep it going." Lohse (6-7) has owned the Marlins over his career. He came in 5-2 in nine starts, including a 3-0 record with the St. Louis Cardinals last season. He was in command all the way this time, too. He struck out five, allowed five hits but no walks. It was his fourth win in his last five decisions. The Brewers (39-56) are 17 games below .500 and last in the NL Central. The victory over the lowly Marlins started them on their way. "I want to play good baseball," Roenicke said. "We played good baseball tonight." Francisco hit an opposite-field home run in the fourth, driving a 3-2 pitch from Jacob Turner (3-2) into the left-field seats. Gomez, fresh off his first All-Star appearance, curled a two-out, 0-2 pitch around the left-field foul pole in the fifth inning. He flipped his bat and hesitated, watching the ball sail toward the second tier in left, before racing full speed around the bases. Francisco has 12 home runs and Gomez 15 this season. "Whether we get back to .500 or not, we got to really play well," Roenicke said. "Theres no doubt about it. Weve got to play really good baseball." Brewers tested his theory in the sixth. The results were good and could have been bad had Lohse not made key pitches. Third baseman Jeff Bianchi helped Lohse. Giancarlo Stanton drilled a pitch that headed down the line and looked like it was a sure hit. Bianchi lunged fully extended and snared the ball. He held it up for the ump to see that he had it. Gomez made it difficult for Lohse when he muffed a fly ball that was ruled a double. Logan Morrison hit a towering fly ball that Gomez tracked toward the wall in left centre. The ball deflected off Gomezs glove as he tried to make the catch. Marcell Ozuna flied out to Gomez to end the inning. John Axford and Jim Henderson each pitched a scoreless inning before Francisco Rodriguez pitched the ninth for his 10th consecutive save. Turner faced the Brewers for the second time this season. He took a no-decision in the Marlins 5-4 win on June 11. "I definitely didnt have my best stuff," Turner said. "No excuse for the home runs. Francisco, I knew he got it. Hes got power to the opposite field. Gomez was an 0-2 terrible pitch. The put good swings on bad pitches." Lohse has had trouble keeping the ball in the park this season. The Arizona Diamondbacks hit three home runs in a 5-4 loss in his last start before the All-Star break. That pushed his total to an NL-leading 19 and a tie with Dan Haren of the Washington Nationals. Morrison came the closest to making it 20 in the fourth when he skied a pitch toward the right-field pole, but the ball turned just in front of the pole. Turner was done after hitting Rickie Weeks, the first batter in the sixth. Ryan Webb came on and retired three batters. Turner went five innings, gave up five hits, walked four and struck out six. "It was an uphill battle all night," Turner said. "Some days you have it, some days you dont." Ryan Braun returned to the starting lineup after coming off the bereavement list on Thursday. The Brewers left-fielder last played July 9, a day after leaving the 15-day disabled list with a sore right thumb. He missed a total of five games, but not the continuing Biogenesis suspension rumours. Braun went 0 for 3 off Turner before being replaced by Logan Schafer in the top of the seventh. "It feels like it has been awhile and it has been awhile," Braun said. "I havent done a lot of baseball stuff over the last 10 days, and I could tell." NOTES: The massive stage for Paul McCartneys sold-out concert Tuesday evening at Miller Park left quite a footprint. There was a wide area of dead grass that stretched from the front of the warning track well into centre field. Some of it had been re-sodded. Neither manager seemed concerned with the overall condition of the field. ... The Marlins reinstated reliever Chad Qualls (2-1, 2.89 ERA, 37 appearances) from the paternity list. The team made room for the him by optioning LHP Duane Below to Triple-A New Orleans on July 14. ... Turner had made eight starts coming into the game since being called up on May 31 from Triple-A New Orleans. His 2.34 ERA ranked seventh in the NL and ninth in majors. Cheap Air Max Shoes . 8 Iowa State on Saturday, sending the Cyclones to their third consecutive loss. 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Warwickshire 172 and 120 for 4 drew with Middlesex 242 and 267 for 7 dec (Robson 74, Eskinazi 53) ScorecardMiddlesex remain the Division One leaders but by less of a margin than that with which they began after the weather ultimately left them frustrated at it did Yorkshire.As they seek to stay in front and win the County Championship title for the first time since 1993, Middlesex now lead Yorkshire by four points, down from five, this match called off as a draw after bad light forced the players off following just 56 minutes of action, the first two sessions having been lost to rain.The results mean that the likelihood of the final round of the season, in which Yorkshire have to go to Lords, being the deciding round is slightly greater, although if either side is to seize a clear advantage before then it is Yorkshire, with their next two matches at home, who look the more likely.Middlesex are away for their next two, against Nottinghamshire and Lancashire, although their chances there will be boosted by the return to their attack of Steven Finn from injury and fellow seamer Tim Murtagh from international duty. Finn has been out of action since suffering a hamstring injury on the final day of Englands fourth Test defeat to Pakistan three weeks ago.Having Steven back will be a real boost, Middlesex captain James Franklin said. We all know what he can do if he is on song and he is champing at the bit to be back playing cricket and maybe helping us push for the title.Franklin, who will be leader on the field for the remainder of the campaign with Adam Voges unable to return, admitted the possibility of winning the title is adding an extra buzz in the dressing room but stressed that keeping their advantage would be tough.Id be lying if I said there was not talk in the group about the title but we know there are still 72 points available and it is not only about ourselves and Yorkshire, with Somerset still hunting, he said. Twelve days is a lot of cricket to be played and every game in this division is tough whether you are playing teams at the bottom of the table or in contention at the top. We know we are going to have to play very good cricket in those 12 days if we are to come out on top.At Edgbaston, it seemed unlikely any play would be possible as rain teemed down throughout the scheduled morning session, leaving puddles on the ooutfield.dddddddddddd But a dry interlude allowed some intensive mopping up and had the light been good enough the minimum 36 overs left when play began at 3.45pm may well have been bowled, perhaps a few more with spin used at both ends.They had intended to give Warwickshire a burst of Toby Roland-Jones at the start but with the floodlights on they were obliged to bowl off-spinner Ollie Rayner and left-arm spinner Ravi Patel in tandem from the start or risk leaving the field earlier still.In the event, it was debatable whether Middlesex would have been able to claim six more wickets to win the match. Rayner managed to winkle out Chris Wright, the nightwatchman, with the last ball of his fourth over but Ian Bell and Sam Hain used their feet well against the turning ball and had kept their wickets intact for 11.4 overs more when umpires David Millns and Martin Saggers decided the floodlights were providing more illumination than the natural light.Asked whether Middlesex might have given themselves a better chance had they pushed on towards a declaration position more quickly on the third day, captain James Franklin admitted it was a tricky decision.The overhead conditions made it more difficult on Friday and I think Warwickshire bowled pretty well at us, he said. We felt we had to get to a certain point before we could really kick on.Before that, 240, 250, 260 was well within the realms of Warwickshire and had the weather not come it would have left them a lot of time to get that, so it was a balancing act. In the end the weather had the last word anyway.Middlesex are the only side to have beaten Yorkshire in the Championship in the last three seasons but Franklin does not believe that record will have any bearing if the meeting at Lords on September 20 does turn out to be a winner-takes-all showdown.I dont think our record against Yorkshire gives us any kind of advantage, he said. They are such a good team and they have proven that in the last two years. Obviously we would back ourselves to beat them but we cant look too far ahead.Before that we have two games against Nottinghamshire and Lancashire, which will not be easy. We are in with a shout (of the title) but we are going to have to play very well. Wholesale Jerseys Wholesale Jerseys cheap jerseys Cheap Jersyes Cheap Basketball Jerseys Cheap NHL Jerseys cheap jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap Jerseys Cheap Jerseys From China Cheap NFL Jerseys ' ' '
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