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Milwaukee 10, Cleveland 3
When: 7:10 PM ET, Friday, September 10, 2021
Where: Progressive Field, Cleveland, Ohio
Temperature: 72°
Umpires: Home - John Bacon, 1B - Jeremie Rehak, 2B - Scott Barry, 3B - Dan Iassogna
Attendance: 17667

Lorenzo Cain belted his third career grand slam to highlight a six-run fifth inning to fuel the visiting Milwaukee Brewers to a 10-3 victory over the Cleveland Indians on Friday.

Eduardo Escobar homered to lead off both the fifth and sixth innings to send Milwaukee (87-55) to its ninth win in its last 12 games. Luis Urias had a two-run shot to atone for a pair of errors in the field.

The Brewers tied a franchise record with their 47th road victory of the season. The 1982 club finished with a 47-33 record away from home.

Adrian Houser (9-6) worked around five walks, six stolen bases and two errors to allow just two runs -- both unearned -- on one hit in six innings.

Bobby Bradley had a two-run single in the first inning and finished with two of the three hits for the Indians (69-70), who have lost six of their last eight games.

Milwaukee claimed a 3-2 lead in the fourth inning after Omar Narvaez doubled to right field before coming home on Urias' blast. Urias deposited a 2-2 slider from rookie Eli Morgan (2-7) for his 20th homer of the season.

Escobar doubled the advantage in the fifth inning after sending a first-pitch fastball from Morgan over the wall in right field.

Urias gave the Brewers a 5-2 lead after reaching first base on catcher's interference before Cain provided the big blow just two batters later with the bases loaded. He crushed a 2-1 slider from Sam Hentges over the wall in left field for his eighth homer of the season.

Escobar wasn't done as he jumped on a first-pitch fastball from Hentges in the sixth. The homer was his 27th of the season and third in his last two games.

Milwaukee scratched for a run in the first inning after Kolten Wong scored following a fielding error by catcher Ryan Lavarnway.

Cleveland answered in the bottom of the inning as Myles Straw reached on a throwing error from Urias before advancing to second on a walk by Jose Ramirez. Both runners moved up by stealing a base before coming home on Bradley's single to center to give the Indians a 2-1 lead.

--Field Level Media

Top Game Performances
Starting Pitchers
Milwaukee   Cleveland
Adrian Houser Player Eli Morgan
Win W/L Loss
6.0 IP 4.1
5 Strikeouts 2
1 Hits 8
0.00 ERA 14.54
Milwaukee   Cleveland
Luis Urias Player Bobby Bradley
2 Hits 2
3 RBI 2
1 HR 0
6 TB 2
.500 Avg .500
Team Stats Summary
Team Hits HR TB Avg LOB K RBI BB SB Errors
Milwaukee 12 4 27 .308 21 5 9 4 0 2
Cleveland 3 0 3 .097 18 6 3 6 6 3