Pirates silenced by Tobias Myers in shutout loss to Brewers

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A day after erupting for 12 runs, the Pittsburgh Pirates’ offense was silenced in a 9-0 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers at American Family Field on Wednesday night.

Brewers starter Tobias Myers held the Pirates (44-48) to one run through the first six innings of his outing.

The Pirates’ first hit of the game came on a Bryan Reynolds leadoff single in the fourth inning. After that, Myers retired nine batters in a row.

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