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Maldonado's Grand Slam Is All The Brewers Need To Beat Padres

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MILWAUKEE, WI (WHBL) - After they guaranteed a winning season on Monday, the Milwaukee Brewers started seven rookies Tuesday night – and they beat the San Diego Padres 4-3 at Miller Park. Back-up catcher Martin Maldonado hit a grand slam in the third inning to drive in all of Milwaukee’s runs. Jesus Guzman, Will Venable, and Yasmani Grandal all had R-B-I’s for the Padres, who’ve now lost six of their last seven. Jim Henderson picked up his first big league victory after tossing a perfect seventh frame. He’s now 1-2. John Axford earned his 36th save. Anthony Bass lost his first start since June 20th.  The Brewers won despite being out-hit 10-5. Ryan Braun went 0 for 3 with a walk, as he tried to overtake San Diego’s Chase Headley for the National League R-B-I title. Braun still trails Headley by one going into the final day of the season. Norichika Aoki stole his 30th base last night, giving the Brewers three players with at least 30 steals for the first time since 1992. The Brewers lead the National League with 155 stolen bases for the year. The Padres are second with 153. Milwaukee and San Diego will finish their seasons with a game tonight at Miller Park. The Brewers saved starter Yovani Gallardo for this occasion, in case they were still in the Wild Card race. But he’s been scratched, and right-handed reliever Josh Stinson will get the start against Padres’ right-hander Andrew Werner. 

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