The Milwaukee Brewers lead the Pittsburgh Pirates 4-2 after five innings at Miller Park. Milwaukee punched in runs in back-to-back innings, the second and third, off Pirates starter Kevin Correia, who has lasted all five innings thus far, tossing 83 pitchers and allowing four runs, four hits, while striking out five.
Meanwhile, Pittsburgh's scoring has come by way of Andrew McCutchen, who launched a two-run home run to deep center field in the bottom of the third inning, to even the score at the time.
The Brewers eclipsed the Pirates by a final score of 10-7 on Friday night -- the teams' first games since the All-Star break.
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