Brewers score 4 in 8th inning and win 6-3

March 15, 2009 by  

teams_milCleveland Indians lefty pitcher Scott Lewis got his first start of the season and capitalized going four innings while only allowing three hits to the Milwaukee Brewers. Kerry Woods has yet to allow a run this spring and pitched one shutout inning allowing one hit today. Padres starter Seth McClung started strong with a perfect first inning but then allowed two earned runs on four hits in the next two innings. Brewers slugger Prince Fielder hit his third home run of the season in the sixth inning. The Brewers would score four in the eighth inning to take the lead 6-3. Second baseman Casey McGehee would hit a two-run homer to help the 4-run inning.

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W: R. Swindle L: K. Saarloos S: C. Wright


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