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Michael Chavis Homer boosts Pirates to beat Brewers

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Michael Chavis hit a two-run homer, Oneil Cruz hit a solo shot on Saturday, and Pittsburgh Pirates beat Milwaukee Brewers 7-4.

Daniel Vogelbach has added a two-run single, Diego Castillo, to the Pirates RBI double.

Pittsburgh starter Bryse Wilson (1-4), just recalled from Triple A Indianapolis, abandoned two runs and eight hits, four strikeouts and one walk in six innings.

David Bednar threw the ninth in his twelfth save.

Kolten Wong hit a solo home run and a RBI single, Christian Yelich hit a solo home run, and Jace Peterson hit a double RBI for Brewers.

Milwaukee Starter Aaron Ashby (1-6) is fresh from IL (inflammation of the left forearm), with 4 runs and 5 hits in 3 2/3 innings. Was allowed, and 6 strikeouts and 1 strikeout were performed. walk.

Brewers attacked first, first. Yelich was hit by the pitch and then finished second in Rowdy Tellez's ground out. Yelich finished third with Andrew McCutchen's infield hit and scored a goal to the left with Wong's infield hit.

In the third time, Tyler Heinman headed to the center with a single, second in the sacrifice bunt of Tukpita Marcano, and Bryan Reynolds' grounder, who couldn't turn into a double play by Milwaukee. I tied it. Chavis went to the right on a 3-0 pitch on his ninth home run, giving Pittsburgh a 3-1 lead.

A two-out home run to the right side of Cruz, his third gave Pirates a 4-1 lead in fourth.

When Yelich extended his consecutive hits to 11 on his eighth home run to 4-2, Brewers regained it on his fifth.

At the bottom of the fifth round against Trevor Gott, Ke'Bryan Hayes and Reynolds walked to the ground out of Chavis. Hoby Milner reassured Gott and Vogelbach pushed both runners from the single to the center right. Castillo sent Vogelback home with a double in the center left to give Pittsburgh a 7-2 lead.

In one-eighth, Wong hit a sixth home run, making Chase De Jong's right center 7-3. Luis Urías shot a single to the left and then doubled to Peterson's right.

– Field-level media