The Milwaukee Brewers fell to the San Diego Padres 7-3, with starting pitcher Joe Ross struggling and giving up six earned runs in the loss.

By the Numbers
  • Milwaukee's record now stands at 10-5 after the defeat.
  • Brewers rookie Jackson Chourio went 2 for 4 with a home run and two RBIs in the game.
Yes, But

Despite a strong start, the Brewers couldn't maintain their lead, with the Padres scoring six runs in the fifth inning to secure the victory.

State of Play
  • Despite the loss, the Brewers still have a strong overall record of 10-5 for the season.
  • The Padres took the lead in the fifth inning with a strong offensive performance.
What's Next

Wade Miley will take the mound for the Brewers in the upcoming second game of the series, seeking to lead the team to a win.

Bottom Line

The Milwaukee Brewers faced a tough loss against the Padres, with their starting pitcher struggling, but there's still hope for a comeback in the next games of the series.