Wade Miley goes seven scoreless innings
Christian Yelich beat out an infield single with two outs and Lorenzo Cain ripped an RBI double to right field against Dodgers starter Walker Buehler.
Miley's mastery of Dodger Stadium continued as the left-hander improved to 4-0 in seven career starts at the venue and lowered his ERA to 2.06 there. He gave up just two hits with five strikeouts and two walks.
The Brewers collected their only run in the third inning. Christian Yelich beat out an infield single with two outs and Lorenzo Cain ripped an RBI double to right field against Dodgers starter Walker Buehler.
Cain also helped Miley's cause on defence in the seventh inning when he robbed Cody Bellinger of a home run to the deep centre field. It was the last out Miley (2-1) recorded in his outing.
The Dodgers defence prevented a second Brewers run in the third inning. Mike Moustakas singled on a slow roller that was knocked down in short centre field by Dodgers second baseman Enrique Hernandez. Cain tried to score from second on the play, but Hernandez fired home to catcher Austin Barnes, who made the tag.
Buehler (4-4) allowed one run on five hits in seven innings. He walked none and struck out seven.
Earlier in the day, the Dodgers added infielder Brian Dozier and reliever John Axford via trade. The Brewers added infielder Jonathan Schoop. Dozier arrived in the eighth inning and was available off the bench but did not play. Axford and Schoop are expected to be activated Wednesday.
The Brewers won for the fifth time in the first six games of their West Coast trip that also included a four-game stop in San Francisco. Milwaukee is 8-3 since ending their seven-game losing streak on July 20.
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