Brewers beat Miami 14-5 to snap Marlins' 7-game win streak
MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Chris Carter went 3 for 5 with two homers and three RBIs to lead Milwaukee's season-high 18-hit barrage, and the Brewers beat Miami 14-5 on Sunday to snap the Marlins' seven-game winning streak. Jonathan Villar also went 3 for 5, with two doubles and two runs scores for the Brewers, who ended a four-game losing streak in a game that saw the teams combine for 34 hits. The Brewers chased starter Tom Koehler (2-3) during a seven-run third inning highlighted by Carter's two-run, opposite-field shot to right-center. The cleanup hitter hit a solo homer down the left-field line an inning later. Ryan Braun added three singles and two RBIs on day when the Brewers gave away Braun bobblehead dolls. Wily Peralta (2-3) labored through five-plus innings, allowing 13 hits and five runs, but still won his second straight start.
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