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Padres, Ross top Brewers, 4-1

SAN DIEGO--One night after turning Petco Park into a hitter-friendly venue, the Milwaukee Brewers experienced the flip side. Facing big right-hander Tyson Ross, the San Diego Padres' young ace, the Brewers' bats were no match. They fell behind in the opening inning and managed just five hits before eventually falling, 4-1. The performance was a far cry from the one Milwaukee turned in Monday, when it battered San Diego pitching for 16 hits and two home runs in a 10-1 victory, and Ross was the major reason for that. In 6 1/3 innings, Ross allowed four hits and one run while walking two and striking out six, posting his franchise-record 13th consecutive quality start. It was also the ...

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