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Pirates 12, Brewers 1: How they scored

Pirates second (Jorge De La Rosa pitching)

Jose Castillo hit a one-out homer (No. 6) to center on an 0-1 pitch.

Pirates 1, Brewers 0

Pirates third

Jack Wilson hit a one-out single to center. Sean Casey hit an RBI double to right-center. Craig Wilson walked with two outs. Freddy Sanchez hit an RBI single to center. Castillo hit a three-run homer (No. 7) to left on a 2-1 pitch.

Pirates 6, Brewers 0

Pirates fourth (Joe Winkelsas pitching)

Jose Bautista walked. Jack Wilson reached on a fielder’s choice (Bautista out at second) and took second on Rickie Weeks’ throwing error. Jason Bay hit a two-out RBI single to left.

Pirates 7, Brewers 0

Brewers sixth (Victor Santos pitching)

Brady Clark singled to right. Bill Hall walked with two outs. Geoff Jenkins hit an RBI single to left.

Pirates 7, Brewers 1

Pirates sixth (Jose Capellan pitching)

Bautista hit a double to left. Jack Wilson hit an RBI single to right and took second on the throw home.

Pirates 8, Brewers 1

Pirates seventh

Sanchez doubled to left. Castillo hit an RBI double to center. Ronny Paulino grounded to short, moving Castillo to third. Pinch-hitter Nate McLouth hit a sacrifice fly to center.

Pirates 10, Brewers 1

Pirates eighth (Brian Shouse pitching)

Pinch-hitter Jose Hernandez hit a one-out single to left. Pinch-hitter Ryan Doumit hit a two-out single to right. Sanchez hit an RBI single to left. Castillo hit an RBI single to left.

Pirates 12, Brewers 1

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