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MIAMI (AP) — Jace Peterson walked against Anthony Bender with the bases loaded in the ninth inning and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Miami Marlins 2-1 Friday night.

After starters Corbin Burnes and Pablo López dueled for seven innings, ex-Marlins star Christian Yelich reached on a leadoff single against Tanner Scott (0-1) in the ninth.

Scott hit Luis Urías and surrendered pinch-hitter Tyrone Taylor’s single to right that loaded the bases.

Bender relieved and struck out Hunter Renfroe before walking Peterson on four pitches.

Devin Williams (2-0) pitched a perfect eighth and Josh Hader closed with a perfect ninth for his 13th save.

López struck out a career-high 11 and limited Milwaukee to one run and three hits in his seven-inning outing. López retired 15 straight until Renfroe’s two-out single in the seventh.

Burnes was just as dominant for the Brewers. The NL Cy Young Award winner allowed one run, five hits and struck out seven in seven innings.

Yelich went 1 for 4. It was his first game against his ex-club since the 2018 NL MVP fractured a kneecap after fouling off a pitch on Sept. 11, 2019.

The Brewers struck quickly on Kolten Wong’s leadoff shot in the first. Wong drove López’s cutter into the Brewers’ bullpen in right field for his second homer.

Miami tied it in the third on Jesús Aguilar’s solo blast, which landed behind the left-center field wall.

SPECIAL CELEBRATION

The Marlins are commemorating the 25th anniversary of their 1997 World Series championship team during the three-game series against Milwaukee. Fourteen members of the club, including manager Jim Leyland, will participate in the weekend festivities. Brewers manager Craig Counsell, who as a 22-year-old Marlins rookie infielder scored the winning run in Game 7, also will reunite with his former teammates and Leyland.

MIAMI SKY

The retractable roof at loanDepot Park opened for the first time this season. Marlins home games rarely feature the open roof because of South Florida’s increased rain threat during the late spring and summer. Rain probability at first pitch was 20%, according to Accuweather.

ROSTER MOVE

The Brewers placed LHP Brent Suter on the paternity list and recalled RHP Jandel Gustave from Triple-A Nashville.

TRAINER’S ROOM

Brewers: RHP Trevor Gott (quadriceps) became available to pitch after sitting out the last two games of the series at Cincinnati.

Marlins: IF Joey Wendle (right hamstring strain) was placed on the 10-day injured list.

UP NEXT

LHP Eric Lauer (3-0, 1.82) will start the middle game of the series for the Brewers on Saturday while the Marlins will go with LHP Trevor Rogers (1-4, 5.00)

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“Dancing With the Stars” professional dancer and winner Daniella Karagach competes on the show each season, but she recently revealed she still misses some things about competing professionally.

Competing on “Dancing With the Stars” is different than competing in other parts of the professional dance world, and Karagach shared exactly what it was she missed about competing in a recent Instagram post.

“The question I get a lot…. ‘Do you miss competing?'” she wrote. “To be honest I miss the process. I miss dancing next to the amazingly talented couples, rounds at @brooklyndancesportclub, performing in front of an audience who is literally inches away from you and experiencing that incomparable energy in the ballroom.”

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She added, “There’s nothing like it. That’s what I truly miss.”

At one point in the video, the couple nearly share a kiss before continuing their dance. It ends with the couple laughing together after Karagach seems to improvise at the end.

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In the video, Karagach and her partner, who is also her husband, professional dancer Pasha Pashkov, dance close to other couples in a ballroom in a sultry style.

“Yooooooooo what….. I’m drooling. ????,” professional dancer Koko Iwasaki wrote on the video.

Sofia Ghavami, another “Dancing With the Stars” pro, commented, “Inspo for life. My gosh ????.”

Others loved the couple dancing together.

“The BEST! Even in sweats you’re the best! Omg! These two!!!!!!! ❤️,” actress and former “Dancing With the Stars” contestant Kate Flannery wrote in the comment section. 

A fan agreed, commenting, “Geez! I can’t with the two of you. That love, trust, and passion that you see between the both of you is so unreal! You see it in the way the both of you dance together. That chemistry is so beautiful. ❤️”

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Karagach won season 30 of “Dancing With the Stars” alongside NBA star Iman Shumpert.

The pair was first noted for their height difference, which can make ballroom dancing difficult on a technical level, but throughout the season, they became known for their extremely difficult lifts during the dances.

Ultimately, they made it all the way through and came out on top. Now, Karagach is sharing some raw behind-the-scenes footage of their rehearsal time.

Karagach took to Instagram to pay tribute to her time in rehearsal with Shumpert and their practicing lifts together.

“Whether I’d get inspired from videos or it was something we created on our own (like the first video you see here) @imanshumpert was always helping me try to figure out ways to make our lifts more unique as well as safe,” she wrote. “Sometimes we’d be in camera blocking and an idea would pop into my head ‘IMAN, you think you can take me by the neck and throw me off the stairs’?”

She added, “Y’all, I wish you would’ve seen his face….. but he’d show up to rehearsals and honestly try everything thrown at him. We would try out a few things and film them to see if they even looked ‘cool.’”

She said if they didn’t look good, they would throw out the lifts.

“I thought it would be fun to show you a bit of our process so here are some raw videos of the lifts that we’ve attempted in rehearsals,” she concluded.

“Dancing With the Stars” will return in the fall of 2022 in a new home. The show will now air live exclusively on Disney+ instead of on ABC.

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