MILWAUKEE, Wis. -- The Milwaukee Brewers winning streak ended Saturday after a late inning rally by the Los Angeles Dodgers.
The Brewers lost 4 to 3 Saturday afternoon in game two of the National League Championship Series.
It was pitcher's duel for much of the game. Brewers' starting pitcher Wade Miley gave up only two hits in just over five innings. Dodgers' starter Hyun-jin Ryu gave up six hits and two runs in four innings.
After four scoreless innings, the Brewers struck first with a breakout fifth inning. Orlando Arcia hit a homerun and Ryan Braun drove in Miley on a sacrifice ground out.
The Brewers added to their lead with a solo home run from Travis Shaw in the sixth inning.
The Dodgers ended a shutout in the top of the seventh when Cody Bellinger drove in Max Muncy. Brewers relief pitcher Jeremy Jeffress then walked in Austin Barnes, scoring Many Machado. Jeffress eventually gave up a two-run home run to Josh Turner in the top of the eighth inning.
The Brewers will need to win three more games in this series in order to advance to the World Series.