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Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

The Phillies' Jake Arrieta is through eight innings with a 4-2 lead after escaping a threat in the last frame. With a runner on third, two outs and a 3-1 count to Lorenzo Cain, Arrieta got a called strike on a sinker. According to Statcast, the pitch had a called strike probability of just 12.7 percent. Cain then rolled to second to end the inning and Milwaukee manager Craig Counsell came out to get face-to-face with home plate umpire Mike Estabrook, who ejected him. This means that Christian Yelich will lead off the Brewers' ninth and, at best, can only cut the lead to one.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

The Brewers' Ryan Braun got himself ejected from today's game for arguing -- presumably -- the strike zone with home plate umpire Mike Estabrook. Meanwhile, Jake Arrieta has shut out Milwaukee through four innings with just 47 pitches. It is exactly the kind of effort the Phillies needed from a starter given the recent workload of their bullpen.

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

The roof is open at Miller Park on a warm, windy afternoon in Milwaukee. The Phillies' Andrew McCutchen got us started with a bomb to center field off Brewers starter Jhoulys Chacin, a 431-foot shot that hit the scoreboard. Cutch is heating up, hitting .400/.500/.829 over his last 10 games, including today.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's the Yankees' Game 1 lineup today, as Aaron Hicks will lead things off: CF Hicks 1B Voit C Sánchez SS Torres DH Frazier LF Gardner 3B Urshela 2B Estrada RF Maybin SP Happ

Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer 

What a night for the Phillies' bullpen in a 6-4 win over the Brewers. After starter Jerad Eickhoff gave up four runs during his three innings, Philly relievers strung together six shutout frames against the potent Milwaukee offense. In the middle of that, Vince Velasquez pitched for the first time in May 6, working two scoreless innings of relief with four strikeouts. He was touching 97 MPH with his four-seamer and, if Gabe Kapler wants to use him in that capacity, looks like a viable bullpen option.