Bucs were shutout on 3 hits.

It was Marco Estrada. It might has well have been Bill Travers or Jerry Augustine or some random guy out of the stands. Estrada tossed five innings and four relievers each tossed one as the Pirates were shutout on three hits.

Estrada was given a spot start in place of Chris Narveson. He made the most of it by allowing just one hit and no walks in his five innings.

Milwaukee got all the offense it would need in the second when Yuniesky Betancourt Hit a one out solo homer on a two strike offering from Kevin Correia.

Milwaukee had a lot of other opportunities but failed to convert. They got lead off hits in four of the first five innings but didn't convert as Correia pitched out of trouble.

The Pirates blew a great chance to score in the ninth. ...

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