By ANDREI GRESKA
MILWAUKEE -- Kyle Lohse's turnaround this season has made the pitcher into a coveted arm going into the final week before the trade deadline.
Friday's performance further bolstered his soaring stock.
Lohse limited the Marlins to five hits in six innings in the Brewers' 2-0 victory over Miami, striking out five and moving to 6-7 this year. It was the fourth straight outing Lohse went at least six innings, having done so in nine of 10 games since falling to 1-6 on the season.
"It felt good to get the second half started this way," Lohse said. "It was very humid out there. Sometimes when it gets like that it gets tough to grip the ball with sweat dripping down your arm. I didn't throw as many changeups as I probably would have because I couldn't get the grip. Everything else was working so I didn't need it."
The Marlins were able to tag a few balls that were caught at the warning track by Carlos Gomez, but Lohse's command was impressive, thr...