Brandon Webb's scoreless innings streak ended at 42 last night, when Prince Fielder singled home a run in the first against the Arizona Diamondbacks. But Arizona won the game, 3-2 over the Milwaukee Brewers as Webb improved to 14-8. He fell 17 innings shy of Orel Hershiser's major league record of 59 straight shutout innings in 1988.
Chris Young hit his 26th homer for Arizona as the Diamondbacks ended a 3-game losing streak.
Milwaukee took the early lead in the first, 1-0 on Fielder's run scoring hit, driving in his 97th run of the season. But Arizona rebounded in the bottom half when Chris Young led off the inning with a home run. The Diamondbacks took the lead a couple of batters later when Tony Clark's sacrifice fly drove in Orlando Hudson, who had tripled.
Arizona scored the winning run in the 7th on an rbi ground out by Jeff Cirillo. The win salvaged the final game of the series after the Brewers won the first two.
Milwaukee is off today and travels to San Francisco to face the Giants on Friday night.