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Brewers suffer long, losing night


The May misery continues for the Milwaukee Brewers, falling 6-5 in 14 innings to the Minnesota Twins Tuesday night at Miller Park.  The Brewers record this month falls to 5-20 and they are perilously close to the franchise record for fewest wins in a month, six, in August of 2004.  Minnesota swept the short two game series in Milwaukee by jumping on emergency starter Alfredo Figaro for three home runs in building a 4-0 lead.   The Crew answered by getting even with Aramis Ramirez driving in two against Scott Diamond with a double and Ryan Braun's RBI triple tied the game at 4.   The game went to the bullpens and the Twins got home the go ahead run with an 8th inning sacrifice fly.   The Brewers stayed alive thanks to a game tying RBI single from Jean Segura in the bottom of the ninth.  Segura tied a franchise record by piling up six hits in seven official at bats.   The game stayed even until Eduardo Escobar lofted a sacrifice fly against Burke Badenhop in the top of the 14th.  The Brewers have now lost four straight and head to Target Field to resume the interleague series against the Twins with a pair of games in the Metrodome.  Milwaukee (19-31) will send Marco Estrada to the mound in the opener against Samuel Deduno.  Pre-game coverage on WTAQ begins at 6:35 PM.