MILWAUKEE, WI - SEPTEMBER 10: Martin Prado #14 of the Atlanta Braves gets tagged out by Aramis Ramirez of the Milwaukee Brewers running to third base during the game at Miller Park on September 10, 2012 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (Photo by Mike McGinnis/Getty Images)
The Brewer pitchers and defense did a fantastic job scattering baserunners tonight, as the Braves were able to put together ten hits but just one run. They had at least one hit in the first, fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth but only pushed a run across in one of those innings, the fifth.
Tonight's game was the 32nd nine inning game in franchise history where Brewers pitchers allowed ten or more hits but one run or less. The record for most hits in a one run game is 13, set in 1992.
|July 11, 1992||Royals||13||1||Bill Wegman|
|June 27, 1984||Blue Jays||12||1||Chuck Porter|
|May 22, 1984||Rangers||12||1||Chuck Porter|
|May 13, 1984||Twins||12||1||Jaime Cocanower|
|August 13, 1974||Rangers||12||1||Bill Champion|
Before tonight the most hits the Brewers had allowed in a game where they gave up one run or less was six, most recently set on May 29.