Yeli hits for the cycle again! ... but the Brewers drop the series to the Reds
What's crazier? Pulling off a nine-run comeback in the ninth or having three cycles against the same team? Well the Brewers almost accomplished both in Wednesday's finale in Cincinnati. Christian Yelich went 4-for-5 in his third career cycle - yes, all against the Reds - but the Brewers dropped the contest by a 15-11 final.
Despite a poor performance from the pitching staff, Dom finds positives in what was an otherwise unremarkable series finale. He also dives into a key role that is lacking depth for the Brew Crew and could haunt them in the second half.
With an off day today, the Brewers prepare for their reunion with Avisaíl Garcia in Miami on Friday - the final three games of a nine-game road trip.
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