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MIAMI (AP) — Jonathan Villar got two hits, stole two bases and scored twice, and the Milwaukee Brewers won their rematch Tuesday night against Adam Conley, beating the Miami Marlins 10-2.

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Conley won when he held Milwaukee hitless for 7 2/3 shutout innings on April 29 before exiting because of a career-high pitch count. This time the young left-hander gave up seven hits and four runs in four innings, and the Brewers stole four bases against him.

Ryan Braun had a pair of RBI singles. Aaron Hill added three hits, including a two-run double. Hernan Perez had two hits and two stolen bases.

Zach Davies (1-3) allowed two runs in five innings and lowered his ERA to 6.29.

Conley (2-2) couldn’t hold an early 2-1 lead, and the Brewers took advantage of Miami’s sloppiness to score three runs in the fourth. They had a hit batter, a walk and two stolen bases, and benefited from two throwing errors and a wild pitch by Conley that scored the final run. Villar’s two-run single put Milwaukee ahead to stay.

Marlins reliever Jose Urena failed to cover first on a grounder in the fifth inning, costing Miami another run.

Milwaukee scored two runs on wild pitches and another on an error. Miami pitchers walked seven and have issued 15 walks in the first two games of the series.

Conley’s bid for another hitless outing against Milwaukee didn’t last long. Villar singled to lead off the first inning, stole second and scored on a single by Braun.

Miami scored in the second inning on consecutive doubles by Marcell Ozuna and J.T. Realmuto, the same duo responsible for a baserunning gaffe that cost Realmuto a homer Monday. Ozuna’s two-out RBI single in the third put the Marlins ahead 2-1.

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Milwaukee’s Jonathan Lucroy went 0 for 6, dropping his batting average to .306.


Brewers LHP Sam Freeman, designated for assignment last week, has accepted his outright assignment to Triple-A Colorado Springs.


Marlins LHP Mike Dunn (strained left forearm) threw 15 pitches in his first bullpen session since going on the DL, and was pleased with the results. Barring a setback, he said, he expects to be activated late this month or in early June.


Marlins LHP Wei-Yin Chen (2-1, 4.66 ERA) is scheduled to face RHP Chase Anderson (1-4, 6.44) in the final game of the series Wednesday. Anderson has an ERA of 10.31 over his past four starts.

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