The Milwaukee Brewers banged out 25 hits and clubbed four home runs, handing the Pittsburgh Pirates a 20-0 loss, the worst setback in their 124-year history.
The Brewers set a record for the largest margin of victory in a shutout in winning their 4th straight. They outscored the Pirates 36-1 in the series.
Jim Edmonds went 4 for 6 with a home run and 2 doubles. Prince Fielder ended his home run drought, clubbed his first of the season. The Brewers hit four home runs in all.
Randy Wolf set the tone on the mound and picked up the win, to improve to 8-1 lifetime against the Pirates. But he had all the offense he would need. The Brewers had 46 hits in the 3-game series and went 10 for 19 with runners in scoring position today.
The Brewers also improved to 5-0 in series finale’s this season and improve to 8-7 overall on the season. They return home after their 9-game road trip to host the Chicago Cubs tomorrow night at Miller Park.