Milwaukee Brewers defeat Los Angeles Dodgers, 11-6

Los Angeles — Sometimes there are sports clichés that just seem tailor-fitted for a person or team.

"Save some for tomorrow" would drape itself perfectly over the Milwaukee Brewers this season.

That had to run through some of the minds on the Brewers bench Tuesday night while they put up a nine-run second inning, knocked the Los Angeles Dodgers' front-line pitcher from the game and assured left-hander Chris Narveson of a comfortable cushion.

The Brewers ended up n...

Los Angeles — - Whether it is in person or on television, Milwaukee Brewers general manager Doug Melvin watches every one of his team's games.

Through the first 25, Melvin paid close attention. He watched the pitchers, the players in the field and at bat. And not once did he see manager Ken Macha between the white lines unless he was arguing a call or making a pitching change.

"We're not performing well," Melvin said, "but Ken, I haven't seen him swing at a bad break...

LOS ANGELES (AP) Prince Fielder and Gregg Zaun hit two-run homers and Ryan Braun had a three-run double - all in a nine-run second inning that carried the Milwaukee Brewers to an 11-6 victory over the shell-shocked Los Angeles Dodgers on Tuesday night.

Chris Narveson (2-0) allowed three runs and four hits over six innings with three strikeouts and two walks in his second start since replacing an ineffective Jeff Suppan in the rotation.

The Dodgers scored their runs a...