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Milwaukee Brewers’ starting pitcher Wily Peralta didn’t have his best stuff on Sunday.
The Brewers had a split-squad day on Sunday, with half of the team facing the Cleveland Indians while the other half battled the Chicago Cubs. Peralta got the start against the Indians and Tyler Thornburg started against the Cubs.
Peralta gave up three earned runs on four hits while walking two batters and hitting another in 4.1 innings of work. Peralta also struck out two.
The Indians got on the board with an RBI single from Lonnie Chisenhall in the bottom of the first. Peralta lost his command in the second inning, as he walked a pair and hit a batter before allowing a run-scoring single to Justin Sellers. Peralta gave up two runs in the inning.
Peralta was pulled after retiring the first batter in the fourth inning. He finished with 65 pitches and left with the Brewers trailing 3-0.