The Milwaukee Brewers spared Zack Greinke a loss with a 6-5 rally over the Miami Marlins at Miller Park Monday night. Greinke gave up two runs in the first when a bad hop jumped over the glove of Aramis Ramirez. After Milwaukee tied it up, Miami pushed across three more runs as Justin Ruggiano hit a two run home run. Greinke left after 6 innings, allowing five runs on 6 hits. Carlos Gomez fueled the rally with a solo home run, his fifth of the year. In the bottom of the sixth, the Brewers loaded the bases with nobody out but Cesar Izturis hit the first pitch from Miami starter Carlos Zambrano back to the mound for a 1-2-3 double play. Travis Ishikawa came on to pinch hit and came through with a game tying, two run single. Francisco Rodriguez got into and out of a bases loaded jam in the top of the 8th and in the bottom half, Rickie Weeks led off with a double and was on third when Norichika Aoki entered as a pinch hitter. Aoki laid down a perfect squeeze bunt to score weeks for the 6-5 lead. Rodriguez picked up the win in relief, his first of the year and John Axford closed out the 9th for his 16th save. Marco Estrada will pitch for the Brewers (37-42) in game two of the series Tuesday afternoon.