Gallardo's homer came against Nelson Figueroa in the fourth inning and expanded the Brewer lead to 5-3. It was Gallardo's ninth career home run, moving him into sole possession of first place on the Brewer all-time list for pitchers. He's since added two more to open up the lead a bit:
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It's worth noting, of course, that the Brewers have still played the majority of their major league games as a member of the DH-era American League. With that said, Gallardo's franchise-record eleven home runs are tied for the 44th-most ever for a major league pitcher. With his next longball he'll tie longtime Milwaukee Brave Lew Burdette for 41st.
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