Eric Sogard walked to load the bases and Hiura singled home Mark Mathias to put the Brewers ahead. Lorenzen then walked Yelich with the bases loaded to extend Milwaukee’s lead to 4-2.
Lorenzen received a mound visit after Yelich walked, but remained in the game. Lorenzen then walked Logan Morrison to bring in one more run before exiting with the Brewers ahead 5-2. Smoak capped the rally with a two-run single off Cody Reed.
Smoak struck out in his first at-bat, but followed that up with three straight hits to end stretches of 0 for 14 and 1 for 25 stretch. He ended up going 3 for 5 with a double.
Brent Suter (2-0) earned the win with two innings of shutout relief after starter Brandon Woodruff allowed two runs in four innings.
GRAY (BARELY) EXTENDS STREAK
Gray gave up six hits or fewer for a major league-record 37th consecutive start. He allowed six hits and four walks in 5 1/3 innings while striking out seven.
The last time Gray gave up more than six hits in a start was Aug. 1, 2018,…