Brewers win 13-6 over Pittsburgh to keep pace in NL Central

A wild pitch scored three Brewers runs in their 13-6 win over Pittsburgh on Sunday to keep Milwaukee 2.5 games behind Chicago and 2 games ahead of St. Louis in the NL Central and Wild Card races, respectively.

Milwaukee clobbered Pirates pitching for 12 hits in the win, with Curtis Granderson, Christian Yelich, Lorenzo Cain, Travis Shaw, and Mike Moustakas all racking up two hits apiece. Yelich led the Brewers with 3 RBI on Sunday.

Wade Miley ran into some trouble at the end of his start, giving up four Pirates runs. Matt Albers allowed two in the ninth inning as well, but the rest of the Brewers' pitching staff was lights-out, as Corey Knebel, Corbin Burnes, and Jordan Lyles combined for four innings of no-hit baseball with six strikeouts.

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