Milwaukee Brewers vs. Atlanta Braves – Box Score – May 04, 2011 – ESPN.

That’s a lot of runs for this team, particularly with no homers. Tommy Hanson pitched well, making really one mistake, and Fredi was at least able to hold Venters and Kimbrel — if not workhorse O’Flaherty — out of the first game of a twin-bill.

The Brewers struck first, getting two-out single from Craig Counsell, who I believe is the only position player in the majors older than I am, to make it 1-0 in the second. The Braves came in the third, when McLouth led off with a double, Hanson bunted and the Brewers completely screwed up allowing him to reach on a single, and Prado singled. Hanson screwed up on the basepaths trying to score later, but McCann got a two-out single to score Prado to make it 2-1.

Prince Fielder tied it in the third with a solo homer, but Prado came through with another hit, a single to score two with the bases loaded, making it 4-2. The Braves loaded the bases again in the sixth, McLouth scoring on a wild pitch, then loaded them again when Heyward was hit by a pitch. Chipper singled to make it 7-2, and McCann capped the scoring with a sac fly to score Heyward.

Hanson needed 101 pitches to get through six — the strike zone was small all game — so O’Flaherty was up to pitch the seventh. Linebrink and Gearrin, rather than anybody important, finished up.