Pirates-Brewers Final Score: Corey Hart And Milwaukee Walk-Off With A 3-2 Win

The Milwaukee Brewers took another game from the Pittsburgh Pirates - this time on a walk-off home run by Corey Hart - winning 3-2 on Saturday night at Miller Park.

A.J. Burnett was masterful early on, not allowing a hit through the first 5.2 innings, despite allowing a run in the third from a walk to Carlos Gomez followed by two stolen bases and a wild pitch.

Burnett ultimately earned a no-decision in 6.2 innings of work, allowing only two hits and as many runs with nine strikeouts. His undoing was a lack of control, which resulted in four free passes.

Marco Estrada was terrific for the Brew Crew, punching out 10 Pirates in seven frames. The 29-year-old was in control, surrendering just four hits, one walk and a run.

Pedro Alvarez hit the only home run for Pittsburgh, crushing an Estrada offering in the second inning to take a fleeting 1-0 advantage.

On Sunday, the Pirates will attempt to avoid being swept with James McDonald on the hill.

For more on the Pirates, please be sure to check out our blog Bucs Dugout and SB Nation Pittsburgh for all the latest news and updates.

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