Brewers pound out season-high 26 hits; Crew routs Cubs 18-1
CHICAGO (AP) -- Prince Fielder drove in five runs and had five of Milwaukee's season-high 26 hits and Yovani Gallardo tied a season-high with 12 strikeouts as the Brewers pounded the Chicago Cubs 18-1 on Monday night.
The Cubs tied a franchise record for hits allowed, matching Sept. 2, 1957, when they lost to the Milwaukee Braves.
After scoring two runs in a three-game series against Houston, the Brewers broke out against an overmatched pitching staff.
Ryan Braun also had five hits for Milwaukee, which snapped a five-game losing streak. Casey McGhee had a three-run homer and Fielder had a three-run double.
Corey Hart finished with four hits for the Brewers.
Gallardo (10-5) allowed one run and two hits over six innings.
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