LVP: Trevor Hoffman (-.291)
Trevor Hoffman allowed his first run of the year, and it was a big one. A.J. Pierzynski's two-out RBI single off Hoffman in the 9th inning broke a 4-all tie and provided the margin of victory.
Prince Fielder got the Brewers on the board with an RBI knuckler in the 1st, but the White Sox tied it up in the 3rd on Mark Buehrle's first career home run. Sadly, that is not a misprint; it's the fourth home run the Brewers have allowed to an opposing pitcher this year, all in the last month.
Fortunately, the Brewers had a first career homer of their own up their sleeve, as Casey McGehee took Buehrle deep the next half-inning to put the Brewers back on top. The White Sox answered back with three in the 4th to take a 4-2 lead, but as Mary Nachreiner will tell you, you gotta have Hart; Corey hit solo homers to center in each of his next two at-bats to knot the game at 4. He could have tied the game again in the bottom of the 9th but didn't quite have enough magic in his bat, flying out against Bobby Jenks.