Held hitless into 7th by Houser, Pirates top Brewers in 10th
By TOM KERTSCHER Associated Press
MILWAUKEE (AP) — Brewers starter Adrian Houser was pulled with a no-hitter intact in the seventh inning, and Gregory Polanco and the Pittsburgh Pirates rallied to eventually beat Milwaukee 8-5 in the 10th.
Houser left after 6 1/3 innings and 104 pitches with Milwaukee ahead 4-0.
Polanco greeted reliever Daniel Norris with a single for the Pirates' first hit, keying a five-run rally.
Polanco had an infield single with two outs in the 10th that drove in a run for a 6-5 lead.
The NL Central-leading Brewers had won eight of their previous 10 games.
Milwaukee outscored the last-place Pirates 28-3 in sweeping a three-game series at Pittsburgh last week, and beat them 6-2 on Monday.