Jackson Chourio’s clutch go-ahead two-run double in the sixth inning propelled the Milwaukee Brewers to a 5-4 victory over the Detroit Tigers on Saturday.

Contributing to the Brewers’ win, Christian Yelich collected two hits and drove in two runs, with Brice Turang reaching base three times and crossing home plate twice.

Despite being a 20-year-old rookie who has been in and out of the lineup and typically batting at the bottom of the order, Chourio delivered his second pivotal hit in less than a week. Previously, he smashed a three-run homer against the Chicago White Sox on Sunday.

Commenting on Chourio’s performance, Brewers manager Pat Murphy highlighted his valuable contributions, noting, “His last month, he hasn’t gotten to play every day but he’s helped us win a bunch of times and today was no exception. Huge hit at a huge time.”

However, Milwaukee starter Freddy Peralta faced struggles, enduring his shortest outing of the season. Peralta conceded four runs, three earned, and issued five walks while throwing 94 pitches in just 3 1/3 innings.

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