Greinke did not have his day and the D-backs succumbed to Brewers

Chase Anderson kept the game in the eighth inning and the Milwaukee Brewers slowed the Arizona Diamondbacks’ five-game winning streak with a win Saturday 6-1.

Anderson (3-1) set a personal record with 11 strikeouts. The 29-year-old right-hander also took three walks and made 114 pitches, the highest figure in his career.

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Nick Ahmed broke the game without a hit with a strong strike in the middle, which was deflected in the second base glove, Eric Sogard. It is the second time that Ahmed bankrupt a game without a hit in the eighth inning. On August 15, 2015, he fired straight into the center right-back to open the episode against Atlanta’s Shelby Miller.
Jett Bandy hit a three-run double against Zack Greinke in the fourth inning. Jesus Aguilar hit the home run and Dominic Santana added a single in the sixth to leave Greinke 16-3 on his visits to Miller Park.

For the Brewers, the Venezuelans Jesus Aguilar of 3-1 with one produced and two annotated; Orlando Arcia of 3-1 with an annotated one. Dominic Santana 4-1 with a tow.

For the Diamondbacks, the Venezuelan Gregor Blanco of 2-0 with an annotated one. The Cuban Yasmani Tomás of 3-0.