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Brewers 6, Pirates 4: How they scored |

Brewers 6, Pirates 4: How they scored

| Monday, May 7, 2007 12:00 a.m

Brewers first inning (Tony Armas pitching)

Prince Fielder hit a solo home run (No. 8) to right field on a 1-1 pitch. Brewers 1, Pirates 0

Brewers fourth

J.J. Hardy singled to center. Fielder hit a two-run homer (No. 9) to right on a 1-0 pitch. With one out, Geoff Jenkins doubled to right. Gabe Gross reached on fielding error by shortstop Jack Wilson. Tony Gwynn Jr. walked, loading the bases. With two outs, Jenkins scored on a wild pitch, Gross to third, Gwynn to second.Brewers 4, Pirates 0

Pirates seventh (Ben Sheets pitching)

Jose Bautista walked. With one out, Chris Duffy hit a two-run homer (No. 2) to right on a 1-1 pitch. (Matt Wise pitching) Wilson walked. Freddy Sanchez singled to center, Wilson to second. (Brian Shouse pitching) With two outs, Adam LaRoche singled to right, Wilson scored, Sanchez to second. Ryan Doumit singled to left, Sanchez scored, LaRoche to second. Pirates 4 , Brewers 4

Brewers eighth (John Grabow pitching)

Fielder singled to right. Johnny Estrada sacrificed 3-4, Fielder to second. (Matt Capps pitching) With two outs, Bill Hall (pinch-hitting for Carlos Villanueva) singled to center, Fielder scored, Hall to second on the throw. Gwynn singled to center, Hall scored, Gwynn to second on fielding error by center fielder Nate McLouth. Brewers 6 , Pirates 4

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