Final

Series: Game 4 of 4

Series tied 2-2 (as of 9/4)

Game 1: Thursday, September 1
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Milwaukee5
Game 2: Friday, September 2
San Diego2Final
Milwaukee12
Game 3: Saturday, September 3
San Diego6Final
Milwaukee1
Game 4: Sunday, September 4
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Padres 2

(68-68, 31-37 away)

Brewers 3

(67-70, 37-31 home)

    2:05 PM ET, September 4, 2005

    Miller Park, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 

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    W: D. Turnbow (6-1)

    L: A. Otsuka (1-6)

    Milwuakee wins in ninth on Clark's suicide squeeze

    MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Brady Clark's suicide squeeze scored Corey Hart from third with one out in the ninth inning, giving the Milwaukee Brewers a 3-2 victory over the San Diego Padres on Sunday.

    Wes Helms singled to lead off against Akinori Otsuka (1-6). Hart ran for Helms and stole second, and then moved to third on Chad Moeller's sacrifice.

    After pinch-hitter Rickie Weeks walked, Clark bunted the second pitch and Otsuka attempted a late flip to catcher Miguel Olivo but Hart scored standing.

    Derrick Turnbow (6-1) pitched the ninth, allowing a leadoff single to Xavier Nady and stranding him on third.

    Milwaukee starter Doug Davis couldn't hold a 2-1 lead in the eighth inning, failing to win for the 14th consecutive start. Eric Young doubled to lead off the inning, moved to third on a sacrifice bunt by Dave Roberts and scored the tying run on a bloop single by Mark Loretta.

    Davis, winless since June 22, gave up two runs and seven hits while striking out seven in 7 1/3 innings.

    The Brewers scored two runs in the sixth off reliever Chris Hammond after being shut down by San Diego starter Jake Peavy. Geoff Jenkins led off with a single and scored on Bill Hall's double that rolled to the left-field wall, tying the score at 1.

    Hall moved to third on left fielder Damian Jackson's late throw to the plate. Clay Hensley replaced Hammond, and Helms hit a sacrifice fly to right to give Milwaukee a 2-1 lead.

    Peavy pitched five scoreless innings, giving up four hits and four walks while striking out four. The Brewers were only 1-for-7 with runners in scoring position against Peavy, but the right-hander was pulled after throwing 92 pitches.

    The Padres scored their first run in the third on Loretta's RBI single, scoring Olivo.

    Game notes


    Davis is 0-4 with 10 no-decisions since winning his last game. ... Olivo singled in the third, extending his hitting streak to 10 games. ... Brewers RHP Julio Santana, on the DL since Aug. 9 with tendinitis in his right shoulder, played catch on flat ground before the game. He is scheduled to play catch again when the team travels to Cincinnati this week. ... Peavy's four strikeouts give him an NL-leading 201. ... The Padres won the season series 4-3. ... Milwaukee went 6-6 on its season-high 12-game homestand.

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