Milwaukee scored five times in the seventh inning to bust open a close game. Chris Narveson benefited from the outburst. Jeff Karstens, who had departed with the club trailing only 2-1, took the loss.
Prince Fielder and Brandon Boggs hit solo homers in the fourth inning in what had been a scoreless game. The Pirates were unable to get anything against Narveson until the fifth. Ronny Cedeno walked and was moved up by a sac bunt from Karstens. Andrew McCutchen singled him to third. Jose Tabata brought him home with a sac fly.
It stayed that way until the seventh. Corey Hart led off with a pinch hit double. Rickie Weeks reached on a miscue from Pedro Alvarez. That was all for Daniel McCutchen who had relieved Karstens. Joe Beimel gave u...
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