September 18, 2012; Pittsburgh, PA, USA; A detail view of the commemorative base used to honor Pittsburgh Pirates former player Roberto Clemente (not pictured) in the Milwaukee Brewers and Pirates game at PNC Park. Mandatory Credit: Charles LeClaire-US PRESSWIRE
Even if you missed tonight's game by now you've likely heard that the Brewers stole seven bases, part of the reason they were able to score six runs without an extra base hit. You've probably also heard that Ryan Braun had three of those steals, his 25th, 26th and 27th of the season.
After Braun, though, the Brewers had four different players steal exactly one base (Rickie Weeks, Carlos Gomez, Norichika Aoki and Jonathan Lucroy). It was only the tenth time in franchise history they've had five different players steal a base in a game, and the first since 1992:
|Date||Opponent||Players w/ SB|
|September 27, 1992||Athletics||6|
|August 29, 1992||Blue Jays||5|
|April 30, 1992||Blue Jays||5|
|April 8, 1992||Twins||5|
|July 11, 1990||White Sox||5|
|July 8, 1990||Angels||5|
|May 22, 1990||Mariners||5|
|May 23, 1974||Tigers||5|
|September 15, 1973||Tigers||5|
B.J. Surhoff, Paul Molitor, Pat Listach, Kevin Seitzer, Robin Yount and Darryl Hamilton each had a single steal in the first game on the list, a 5-3 victory.