Fielder Homers, Brewers Rout Twins 11-1

MILWAUKEE (AP) — Prince Fielder hit one of four Milwaukee homers to give him an NL-best 67 RBIs this season and the Brewers beat the injury-riddled Minnesota Twins 11-1 Saturday night after Delmon Young left on a stretcher.

Carlos Gomez, Yuniesky Betancourt and Corey Hart also went deep as the NL Central-leading Brewers won their sixth straight over Minnesota.

The tumbling Twins dropped their fourth in a row overall and may have lost Young for a prolonged period after the left fielder jammed his right ankle against the wall in the fifth.

Yovani Gallardo (9-4) gave up a run over seven innings. Gomez homered off Francisco Liriano (4-7) to highlight a five-run third and Fielder’s 21st blast of the season, a two-run shot, capped the sixth.

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  • Al

    Fire Gardenhoser!

    • Al

      I agree.

  • zee the reporter

    Time for gardy to step down!

  • Mike D

    Whoda thunk? Now we palyin teams gooder nus and lozin agin. dont try to jump off the band wagon again there is no room. I still think Gardy is awesome.

  • david

    Time for the whole worthless team to step down. Especially the 23 million dollar pansy.

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