Justin Turner homered twice and drove in the game winning run with a 10th-inning single to lead the Los Angeles Dodgers to a 3-2 win over the Milwaukee Brewers on Friday night at Dodger Stadium.
The Dodger comeback ruined another solid outing by Brewers rookie right hander Zach Davies. He held the Dodgers to a run on five hits over seven innings. The only blemish off of Davies was Turners first home run in the first inning.
Turner’s second blast came off of Brewers reliever Tyler Thornburg in the 8th inning.
Turner then won it in the 10th when the Brewers moved left fielder Ryan Braun into the infield with the bases loaded. Turner dumped a single to left to win it for the Dodgers.
Los Angeles starter, 19-year-old lefty Julio Urias blanked the Brewers on five hits over five innings while striking out eight before giving way to the bullpen.
The Brewers went 3-for-13 with runners in scoring position and stranding 12 base runners.
Chase Anderson (4-6 4.42 ERA) gets the start in game three of the four game series tonight against the Dodgers.
Brewers reliever Chris Capuano experienced some discomfort in his left throwing elbow during a 27-pitch simulated game at Dodger Stadium.
The session was supposed to be his final step before a Minor League rehab assignment, but that plan has been put on hold.
Capuano has twice undergone Tommy John Surgery, the latest coming back in 2008 during his first stint with the Brewers.
The Brewers plan to consult with head physician William Raasch before determining their next step.