Milwaukee scores seven in fifth, but settles for tie

March 13, 2009 by  

azhb_default_articleSan Diego Padres starter Josh Geer pitched three almost perfect innings fanning three Milwaukee Brewers hitters. Reliever Cesar Carrillo was far from perfect pitching 2/3 of an inning and was charged with six earned runs on four hits and two walks. Brewers right fielder Corey Hart went 1-for-3 but made the one hit count as he hit a three-run homer in the seven run fifth inning. First baseman Prince Fielder and catcher Jason Kendall also hit homers for the Brewers. Brewers starter Jeff Suppan allowed a home run to first baseman Kyle Blancks and a two-run double to outfielder Emil Brown. Suppan would allow five runs in his three innings.

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