Brewers closer Corey Knebel suffered the loss, as the Padres got their rally started against him, before Soria came in from the bullpen. Knebel did not retire any of the four batters he faced before getting taken out. San Diego entered the ninth trailing 4-2, but pulled off the comeback to take two of three from the Brewers, this after splitting a four-game series with the Cubs, as they finished their road trip at 4-3.
Franmil Reyes added a homer in the six-run ninth inning, as they dropped the Brewers two games back of the top spot in the NL Central. Milwaukee finished their six-game homestand at 3-3, as this loss had manager Craig Counsell questioning the back end of their bullpen. Counsell even admitted that changes may need to happen at the part of his team.
Kirby Yates threw a scoreless eighth inning to earn his fourth win in relief for the Padres, who got the victory despite hitting in to four double plays on the night. Craig Stammen came on to throw a perfect ninth and seal the Padres' road victory.
Brewers starter Junior Guerra was in the line for the win, allowing two runs on eight hits over six innings. He was on the mound for three of the four Padres' double plays. Milwaukee did finally get some production from recently-acquired Jonathan Schoop, who had a two-run double on the night. The former Baltimore Oriole was 3-for-26 since joining Milwaukee. The Brew-Crew will visit the Atlanta Braves this weekend, while the Padres return home to host the Philadelphia Phillies.