Brewers score five runs in seventh to beat PiratesWisconsin Sports
-- The Milwaukee Brewers scored five times in the seventh inning on the way to an 8-2 victory Saturday.
MILWAUKEE - The Pittsburgh Pirates have now lost the last eight games they've played at Miller Park.
After starter Jeff Karstens shut Milwaukee down on just two homers, keeping the Brewers close, the bullpen blew it. The Brewers scored five times in the seventh inning on the way to an 8-2 victory Saturday.
Homers by Prince Fielder, Brandon Boggs and Ryan Braun provided the power and lefty Chris Narveson held the Pirates in check. Narveson improved his record to 2-3.
Lyle Overbay had a homer for the Pirates in the eighth inning. Casey McGehee had a two-run double for Milwaukee.