Pearce delivered a pinch hit RBI in the 5th.
Kevin Correia gave up five hits and four runs in the first inning and the Pirates never recovered. Pittsburgh was held in check and without a hit until the fifth inning by Zach Greinke. A five run fifth pulled the Pirates to within a single tally. But the Beer Makers scored a trio of runs against the Pirates bullpen.
It got ugly from the start. Correia yielded a single to the first two hitters (Rickie Weeks and Carlos Gomez) before Ryan Braun dingered. One out later Casey McGehee also homered. Braun was up again in the second. This time he tripled in Gomez who had walked. Milwaukee added one without the benefit of an at bat from Braun in the third as McGehee doubled and scored on a double from Jonathan Lucroy.
Pittsburgh got its first...
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