The Dodgers went down threatened again in the fifth, but were unable to bring home a run. Garcia returned in the bottom of the inning and retired the side in order.
Scott Schebler doubled in the sixth for the only hit that inning. Chris Reed came in for the Dodgers and continued to keep the Brewers hitless with a perfect inning. In the seventh, Darnell Sweeney joined the fun with a home run to left field, making it 9-0.
The no-hitter was broken up in the bottom half on a single by Herrera. Another single and a wild pitch put the Brewers in position to score on a groundout to get them on the board.
Schebler doubled again in the eighth and worked his way home on two sacrifice flies to push the lead to 10-1. Mike Thomas tossed a perfect eighth inning for the Dodgers. The top of the ninth was quiet for Los Angeles.
Steve Smith closed things out for the Dodgers, and the game ended on a diving catch by right fielder Joey Curletta. It would become the second victory of the day for the Dodgers, as they defeated the Seattle Mariners at Camelback Ranch.
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