The Brewers were swept at Cincinnati earlier this week, being outscored 21-8 over the three games. Considering the Brewers were being built to win in another year or two more so than right now, they can't afford to be down a man at any position for the stretch run.
Milwaukee would add back-to-back three-run innings in the fifth and sixth to further solidify their lead. According to Baseball Reference, the Cubs have only been beaten that badly by the Brewers on three occasions, with their last loss of this magnitude against Milwaukee coming in 2010 when they were throttled 18-1 by the Brew Crew.
The Cubs have lost 10 times by 13 or more runs since the turn of the century, doing it a staggering four times in 2010 alone.
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"I'm pretty sore now", Nelson said after Saturday's game. "Eventually we didn't get anybody hurt so that's probably the biggest positive tonight".
Anderson drove in his second run of the game with an RBI single on a drawn-in infield in the fifth inning before Perez drilled a two-run homer. Kyle Schwarber had one of the RBIs while Leonys Martin picked up the other. Nelson has a strained right rotator cuff strain and partial anterior labrum tear.
Nelson left Friday's game against the Chicago Cubs after five innings, with the injury cutting short an effort in which he allowed just four hits. But over Garza's last six starts, Garza has allowed 27 earned runs on 37 hits in 24 innings.