What started out as a back and forth battle between the Brewers and the Diamondbacks quickly turned sour for Arizona fans in the middle innings. Mike Bolsinger didn't put up an exceptional outing in his latest start, only going five innings and allowing four earned runs for the Milwaukee offense, including two early home runs. But the Diamondbacks bats kept themselves in the game, taking an early lead in the first on an Aaron Hill RBI single, and tying up the game in the third on RBIs from Montero and Hill again.
The game got away from Arizona in the sixth inning, though, as Randall Delgado's appearance from the bullpen went south, allowing an RBI single to Carlos Gomez and a two run home run to Jean Segura. After that, the Arizona offense went quiet, only reaching on walks in the seventh and eighth before singles from Paul Goldschmidt and Hill in the ninth. But a strike out from Montero and a fly ball from Cody Ross ended any attempt at a rally, and Arizona fell to Milwaukee by five runs.