WISCONSIN SPORTS ROUNDUP: Brewers go extras, beat Mets in 13 innings
NEW YORK -- The Milwaukee Brewers scored four runs in the 13th inning last night to beat the Mets in New York, 5-to-1. Jonathan Lucroy had the deciding hit, a two-run homer just inside the left field foul pole off Carlos Torres. Mark Reynolds then singled a run home, and Rickie Weeks was hit by a pitch with the bases-loaded. Aramis Ramirez belted a solo homer for Milwaukee's only run prior to extra innings. Bobby Abreu hit a sacrifice fly for New York's only tally.