Josh Bell hit a walk-off two-run double in the 10th inning Sunday as the Pittsburgh Pirates won their sixth straight game, 7-6 over Milwaukee, and swept a five-game series against the visiting Brewers.
Facing Milwaukee reliever Dan Jennings (3-3), Bell drove the ball to the wall in center as rain began to pour, bringing home Gregory Polanco and Colin Moran, who had each singled.
The Brewers, who have lost six in a row and eight of 10, had taken a 6-5 lead in the top of the 10th against Tanner Anderson (1-0) on an RBI single by Brett Phillips, who in the eighth hit a tiebreaking three-run triple.
Pittsburgh starter Joe Musgrove gave up five runs and seven hits in 7 2/3 innings, with five strikeouts and four walks. He threw a season-high 106 pitches.
Milwaukee tied it in the sixth as Tyler Saladino drove in Christian Yelich, who had reached on a one-out double.
Phillips' triple to right-center in the eighth cleared the bases for a 5-2 Brewers lead, chasing Musgrove.
Moran scored on Jordy Mercer's double-play grounder in the ninth to make it 5-4, and pinch hitter David Freese hit an RBI triple to tie it.
Pittsburgh second baseman Josh Harrison left with left hamstring tightness and was replaced by Max Moroff. He pulled up running to first in the fifth.
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