Three home runs spark Brewers rally in 9-5 win over Royals


After the Brewers went down 4-0, Milwaukee got a two-run home run from Christian Yelich and a grand slam from Jacob Nottingham to pull ahead in the fourth inning during a 9-5 win over the Kansas City Royals.

Orlando Arcia added a three-run home run in the fifth inning for good measure, as Milwaukee collected 14 hits in the victory.

Adrian Houser got off to a rough start, allowing three runs in the first inning, but the bullpen took Milwaukee the rest of the way, giving up one run on six hits in five innings.

Ryan Braun left the game due to injury.

Milwaukee stays in the playoff hunt and faces Kansas City again Saturday at Miller Park.

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Kansas City Royals v Milwaukee Brewers

Kansas City Royals v Milwaukee Brewers