The Milwaukee Brewers found another unlikely hero Wednesday night, beating the San Francisco giants 4-3 as undrafted, non-roster invitee Blake Lalli delivered the walk off hit in the bottom of the ninth inning. The Brewers built a 3-0 lead as Yuniesky Betancourt homered for the second straight game and Carlos Gomez smacked a run scoring triple to right field. Kyle Lohse was untouchable early, throwing no-hit ball for the first five innings. But the Giants got to Lohse in the 6th for three runs to tie the game. It stayed even to the ninth when Logan Schaeffer led off with a single. The bases were eventually loaded up and Lalli hit the first pitch he saw over the drawn in leftfielder for the win. Jim Henderson picked up the victory in relief working the ninth. The Brewers have reeled off three straight wins to get to 5-8 and they'll send Yovani Gallardo to mound against Matt Cain as they go for a sweep of the World Series Champions Thursday afternoon.
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