(WNFL)- The Milwaukee Brewers have scored at least six runs in all but one of their last eight games -- and they hope to keep the hot bats going tonight, when they host Minnesota. Right-hander Yovani Gallardo will start for the Crew -- and part of his problems this season have stemmed from a lack of offense. The Brewers give Gallardo two-point-eight-eight runs of support per outing -- one of the lowest in the Majors. Last Wednesday, he received a season-high four runs from his offense when he won his first start in nine tries over Baltimore. Gallardo is 3-and-3 overall, with a 3.56 E-R-A. The Twins will put up right-hander Samuel Deduno. He's 1-and-3 with a 3.86 E-R-A. Deduno gave up a season-high four runs in five-and-a-third-innings of his last outing, a no-decision against Texas. Deduno is 1-and-2 in his last five starts. This is the second of a four-game home-and-home series between the Brewers and Twins. The series moves to Minneapolis for the final two games starting tomorrow night.
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