An inning earlier, Reynolds drove in a run with a double that sailed high over the head of Rangers right fielder Engel Beltre, who lost the baseball in the sun. Gomez delivered a three-run homer two batters later, his first of the spring. Seven of the outfielder's nine hits this spring have gone for extra bases.
Estrada scattered four Rangers hits, struck out five batters and walked none in the best outing by a Brewers starter this spring. Estrada has now worked 12 consecutive scoreless innings over his last three starts.
Rangers starter Martin Perez kept the Brewers off the bases until the fourth inning, but he was charged with five earned runs on five hits and a walk in five innings. He struck out three.
"I threw a lot of strikes," Perez said. "It was better than the last time. I attacked the zone a little more and was under control. My curveball was good. My changeup was good."
Perez should have been out of the fifth inning without allowing a run. But after a leadoff walk by Rickie Weeks, Khris Davis lined out to left. Brad Snyder made a strong throw to first that should have doubled off Weeks, but first baseman Ronald Guzman couldn't handle the throw.
Reynolds followed with a high fly to right that Beltre lost in the sun. It fell for a double and Weeks scored. After Martin Maldonado reached on a bunt single, Gomez delivered his homer.
After a hit batsman and an error in the ninth, Rangers prospect Ronald Guzman broke up the shutout with a three-run homer off Brewers righty Donovan Hand.
Up next: Robbie Ross will be on the mound and Adrian Beltre is expected to return to the lineup on Thursday when the Rangers return from an off-day to play the Reds in Goodyear, Ariz. Beltre has been sidelined since last Thursday with tightness in his left hamstring, but he said Tuesday that he is ready to play and will be in the lineup on Thursday.
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