Bats Come Alive In 10-2 Win Over Marlins

By Eric Rogers
May 11, 2016
MIAMI — The Milwaukee Brewers used 12 hits to get past the Miami Marlins 10-2 Tuesday night, led by a three-hit night from second baseman Aaron Hill.
Hill got on base four times in total, also scoring a run in the ball game. Shortstop Jonathan Villar had six plate appearances, finishing with a pair of hits, two runs, and two RBI. He also stole two bases.
Miami’s Adam Conley was roughed up early, allowing seven hits and four earned runs in the contest. He lasted just four innings before being pulled and getting credit for his second loss of the season.
Zach Davies had a solid start for Milwaukee, throwing five innings of two-run ball.
Chase Anderson gets the start in the series finale Wednesday night at 6:10.