Brewers 4, Pirates 2
Aramis Ramirez starts off with a two-run home run
Mark Reynolds can also do that.
Neil Walker also hits home runs, occasionally. Too bad it wasn't enough for the Pirates.
Brewers 3, Pirates 2
Carlos Gomez kept the dingers are coming as he led off the first inning.
Khris Davis scores on a wild pitch.
Andrew McCutchen is normally pretty good at defense. Not on this play.
With the game tied 2-2, the Brewers got an interesting double play in the top of the eighth.
Finally, the Brewers took the lead as Ryan Braun just beat a throw into home.
Still, if it weren't for some nice defensive work from who else but Mark Reynolds, this game may have gone into extras.
Brewers 4, Pirates 1
The Brewers got two stellar defensive plays in the early innings.
On Sundays, the sausage race turns into a relay with the minis getting a chance. The polish had a huge lead but hot dog kid would be damned if anyone thought he would lose.
Meanwhile, the Brewers were clinging to a 2-1 lead, but got a couple insurance runs on what should have been a routine play.
Carlos Gomez is a speedy guy. Sometimes, poor decisions are made.