Brady Clark tied a career high by providing four of Milwaukee's 17 hits in a 12-to-2 drubbing of Anaheim.
Clark had two R-B-I's and scored twice for the Brewers, who
needed 17 innings to beat the Angels 1-to-0 the night before. Lyle
Overbay hit a two-run double, Geoff Jenkins and had two R-B-I's and
Keith Ginter capped a five-run eighth with a two-run single.
Bill Hall's three R-B-I's paced the Brewers.
Victor Santos managed to allow just two runs on 13 hits in six
innings. Santos improved to 4-and-2 this season, 4-and-0 on the
Dave Burba worked the final three innings for his second save.
Jarrod Washburn surrendered six runs and eight hits in five
innings to fall to 7-and-3.
Vladimir Guerrero hit his 15th homer of the year for the Angels.
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