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Crew completes 11-10 comeback at Coors

May 12, 2018 - 12:42 am
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DENVER - After trailing by six runs at one point, the Brewers put a cap on things in the tenth inning, beating the Rockies 11-10 at Coors Field.

The early deficit was dug by starter Brandon Woodruff who allowed seven earned in just over three innings of work. The tides turned in the sixth inning, though, when the Crew put together a four-run top half to shrink the gap. Manny Pina later tied the game with a two-out home run in the ninth, and Travis Shaw plated the go-ahead run with a two-out single in the tenth. The bullpen combined to blank the Rockies in the final four frames, earning Jeremy Jeffress the win and Josh Hader the save in the process. Full story here.