Brandon Woodruff allows one run in six innings in Brewers' loss to Nationals

MILWAUKEE — Brandon Woodruff has actually been his normal strong self given that returning from the hurt list last month, however suffice it to state, he’s been on another level in September.

Woodruff tossed 6 innings in the Brewers’ 11-inning, 2-1 loss to the Nationals on Sunday afternoon at American Family Field, enabling one work on 3 hits with absolutely no strolls compared to 6 strikeouts. He retired 13 of the last 15 players he dealt with after enabling a solo homer to Luis García in the 2nd inning.

Woodruff’s outing on Sunday began the heels of his very first profession nothing Monday vs. the Marlins. He now has a 0.41 PERIOD (one made run in 22 innings) and a 0.64 WHIP with 19 strikeouts and 3 strolls in 3 starts this month.

Woodruff and 5 Brewers reducers held the Nationals to the one run over 10 innings prior to Washington broke through for one work on a sacrifice fly in the 11th. Milwaukee’s sole run began a Carlos Santana sacrifice fly in the 6th.

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