Milwaukee Brewers right hander Chase Anderson pitched a season high six innings and gave up a season low three hits, but one bad inning was enough to hand the Brewers a 3-2 loss to Miami at Marlins Park.
Anderson surrendered three runs in the fifth inning, including a two run homer to Justin Bour as he dropped his fifth straight game and fell to one-and-five.
Wei Yin Chen struck out 12 in six and one-third innings, as he improved to 3-1, and A.J. Ramos threw a perfect ninth for his tenth save.
The Brewers lost the series 2-1, despite out-hitting the Marlins eight to five. Ryan Braun had three singles in four at bats with an RBI, as he extended his hitting streak to eleven games, which currently leads the National League.
The Brewers return to Milwaukee to open a four-game series against the San Diego Padres at Miller Park tonight.