"I missed my spots," said Worley, who gave up a sixth-inning grand slam.In that start, Worley surrendered six runs on six hits in six innings, while issuing three walks, to tie a season high for most runs allowed.
On the other side, the Brewers' Marco Estrada has not surrendered more than three runs in any of his last four starts -- with 45 strikeouts -- but has yet to win this season.Estrada's last start, on Friday, was marred by the long ball: he gave up three solo shots to the Reds, and two in one inning. "The focus should always be there," Estrada said. "There's no excuse to lose focus." Phillies: Pence wants to stay put
The Phils are reportedly eager to trade outfielder Hunter Pence, which would save about $14 million in 2013 payroll. Pence, however, would like to remain with the club. "I want to play here," Pence said. "I want to win this year. I believe in us, and that's what I'm focused on. I'm not focused on what if something happens in the future. What if I die tomorrow? I'm not guaranteed another breath, so I'm going to go out and work as hard as I can today." Brewers: Axford working way back toward closer role
John Axford didn't get a chance to close out Tuesday's game, as the Brewers lost, but the plan is that the righty -- removed from the closer role July 17 -- will eventually return to the ninth-inning spot. "When we get Ax to where we think he's back to where he was, we'll slide him back in that role," said manager Ron Roenicke.
Milwaukee's bullpen blew a 6-1 lead against the Phillies on Tuesday night to hand the Brewers their fifth straight loss, 7-6.
Philadelphia has won three of four series since the All-Star break.