The Brewers waited until the last minute to prevent Zack Greinke from joining a pretty exclusive club tonight. Greinke pitched nine innings for the first time as a Brewer and didn't allow a run, but until Rickie Weeks' tenth inning RBI single it looked like he was in line for a no-decision.
If Greinke hadn't gotten the win tonight, he would've been just the seventh pitcher in franchise history to pitch a scoreless outing of nine innings or more and get a no-decision:
|Jim Colborn||September 27, 1974||Orioles||13||Orioles win, 1-0|
|Bill Wegman||July 7, 1986||Angels||11||Angels win, 3-1|
|Jim Slaton||August 23, 1974 (second game)||Royals||10.2||Brewers win, 1-0|
|Ben Sheets||June 8, 2004||Angels||9||Brewers win, 1-0|
|Teddy Higuera||July 20, 1988||Royals||9||Royals win, 4-0|
|Don Sutton||August 24, 1983||Angels||9||Brewers win, 1-0|