(Milwaukee, WI) -- An extra-inning home run Friday meant a victory for Milwaukee, but the San Diego Padres answered with two of their own Saturday.
Cory Spangenberg and Chase d'Arnaud hit solo home runs in the 11th inning to give the Padres a 7-5 win over the Brewers. The two teams have combined for 15 home runs in the first two games of the weekend series. Milwaukee got home runs from Orlando Arcia, Eric Thames and Keon Broxton. Arcia's third-inning homer was an inside-the-park dash around the bases. The Brewers became the fastest team in franchise history to hit 100 homers, reaching the mark in their 70th game. Even Harvey's Wallbangers in 1982 took 72 games. Jimmy Nelson tries to win the rubber game of the series today for Milwaukee.