Chicago Cubs rookie Kyle Hendricks and two relievers combined on a six hit shutout at Wrigley Field Tuesday night as the Cubs beat the Milwaukee Brewers 3-0 to even the four game series at one a piece. Hendricks worked seven and a third innings for his fourth win. Milwaukee knocked him out of the game by loading the bases with one out in the 8th but they failed to score. Wily Peralta was bidding to become the first 15 game winner in the major leagues but he gave up a solo home run to Anthony Rizzo and gave up three runs in six and a third innings. Mark Reynolds had two of Milwaukee's six hits on the night. Peralta is now 14-7 but has lost all three of decisions against Chicago. The Brewers (66-54) saw their NL Central lead shrink to a game and a half over Pittsburgh which defeated Detroit 4-2. Kyle Lohse will be on the mound for game three of the series Wednesday night. Pre-game coverage begins at 6:30 PM on WTAQ.
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