Musgrove strikes out 13, but homers lift Brewers over Padres
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The San Diego Union-Tribune

The Padres scored quickly and then seemed to settle in for another series in which runs figure to be hard-earned. They managed two hits, their fewest since 2019, and lost 3-1 to the Milwaukee Brewers on Monday night at Petco Park. Joe Musgrove struck out a career-high 13 batters and allowed just four hits in seven innings, but the first two were home runs — by former Padres infielder Luis Urias in the third inning and Billy McKinney in the fifth. Brandon Woodruff, the first of the three Brewers starters who entered this series with a combined ERA of 1.82, had allowed one run over 13 innings in…

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