Shocking news: Brewers’ Speed star finally broken the record as he commits an unforgettable offense since history.

The Milwaukee Brewers shut out the Detroit Tigers on Friday night 10-0 to move to 37-26 on the season. After an offseason of turmoil, the Brewers are surprisingly in first place in the National League Central, owning a 6.5 game over both the Cincinnati Reds and Chicago Cubs.

For Milwaukee, Tobias Myers dominated the mound, pitching 8.0 scoreless innings with five strikeouts, while Blake Perkins accomplished something at bat that hasn’t been seen in the previous seven years of the team’s existence.

Perkins scored three runs, collected two RBI, and finished 3-for-4. Now, his.260 average and.730 OPS for the year are impressive. After making his major league debut with the Brewers the previous season, the 27-year-old has established himself as a key member of the team. In his brief career, he has hit.241, scored nine home runs, and stolen eleven bases. These two triples marked the beginning of his career.

In addition to his historic day, Sal Frelick went 2-for-4, Joey Ortiz went 2-for-5 and Brice Turang went 4-for-5.

The two teams will play again on Saturday afternoon with first pitch coming at 4:10 p.m. ET. Freddy Peralta will pitch for Milwaukee while Casey Mize gets the ball for Detroit.

Peralta has a 3.74 ERA and is 4-3 so far this season. In his first season following Tommy John surgery, Mize had a 4.70 and a 1-3 record.

Detroit’s season record is 31–31.

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