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Milwaukee Brewers jerseys starting pitcher cheap Chase Anderson jersey authentic jerseys wholesale (57) gives the ball to manager Craig Counsell (30) as he is removed during the eighth inning of a baseball game Saturday, May 27, 2017, in Milwaukee. Anderson did not allow a hit to the Arizona Diamondbacks jerseys until the eighth inning. less

Milwaukee Brewers jerseys starting pitcher cheap Chase Anderson jersey (57) gives the ball to manager Craig Counsell (30) as he is removed during the eighth inning of a baseball game Saturday, May 27, 2017, in Milwaukee. Anderson . more

cheap Nick Ahmed jersey broke up the bid with a sharply hit ball up the middle to start the eighth that deflected off second baseman ‘s glove. On Aug. 16, 2015, Ahmed blooped a single to right center leading off the eighth inning for the Diamondbacks jerseys’ first hit against Atlanta’s .

“Nick came up with a big base hit,” Diamondbacks jerseys manager said.

Anderson was drafted by Arizona in 2009 and pitched for the Diamondbacks jerseys in 2014 and 2015 before Milwaukee acquired him in a trade last year. He had already thrown a career high number of pitches before returning to the mound in the eighth, and Ahmed quickly chased him.

Sogard was shifted to the first base side but raced to the left side of second to try for the grounder.

cheap Rob Scahill jersey relieved Anderson after the hit, and Anderson received an extended standing ovation from the 29,746 at Miller Park. The celebration continued after the game, when his teammates dumped two coolers on top of him.

“There were a lot of emotions,” Anderson said. “The fans, the way they support us in this town, I’ve never experienced anything like that.”

hit a three run double off (6 3) in the fourth. homered and added a run scoring single in the sixth to drop Greinke to 16 3 all time at Miller Park.

At the start, it appeared Greinke would be more likely to throw a no hitter. He was perfect the first time through the lineup on 29 pitches, but ran into trouble in the fourth after Sogard’s flare fell in shallow left field for a double.

Greinke loaded the bases and then, with two outs, Bandy hit a bases clearing double over cheap Yasmany Tomas jersey’ head in left field.

“I didn’t do my best. It seems to me the whole team played pretty terrible today, including me,” said Greinke, who gave up five runs in 5 1/3 innings. “He almost threw a no hitter and we gave up six runs. It was a pretty bad game. “

Anderson’s bid at his first no hitter ended at the same point of the game his previous best effort did. Anderson took a no hitter into the eighth on May 17, 2016 against the Cubs jerseys before broke up it with a double.

This one didn’t look promising from the outset for Anderson, who walked the first two batters of the game before settling down to retire the next 10 straight. He walked in the fourth, but that would be all until Ahmed’s at bat.

Anderson mixed a sharp breaking ball to complement his mid 90s fastball as mid afternoon shadows crept across Miller Park’s diamond.

“It was great,” said Bandy, the Brewers jerseys catcher. “It was like a video game. I was putting my fingers down and Chase was throwing it. That was all on him.”

Greinke holds a special place in Brewers jerseys history, coming to Milwaukee in a trade in 2011 and leading the franchise to its first Championship Series since 1982. But since then, the franchise has been in a full scale rebuild, jettisoning Greinke in 2012 to the Los Angeles Angels jerseys for prospects, including .

Greinke signed with Arizona before the 2016 season. A few weeks after Arizona signed Greinke, the Diamondbacks jerseys dealt Anderson to Milwaukee, receiving Segura as part of the package.

Diamondbacks jerseys: RF got a day off as part of a season long 11 game road trip.

Brewers jerseys: With LF (strained left calf) on the 10 day DL, the Brewers jerseys have opted to keep an additional pitcher on the staff for now. That means a combination of , and will man the position.