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Sunday, August 21, 2005

Brewers Lose, Split Series With Astros

Victor Santos (4-12) gave up seven runs and nine hits in 3 1/3 innings.

"When you give Andy Pettitte five runs you're probably going to be in trouble," Milwaukee manager Ned Yost said. "More often than not, you're not going to get a big inning off him so you've got to stay close."

Adam Everett's two-run homer in the second and Burke's homer in the third gave Houston a 5-0 lead. Everett has 10 homers, a career high.

Geoff Jenkins hit a two-run double to the top of the hill in straightaway center field in the fourth.
Rick Helling hit Jason Lane with a pitch with the bases loaded in the fourth, and Jose Vizcaino blooped a single to right field for a 7-2 lead. Lane added a sacrifice fly in the sixth.


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