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Brewers continue as baseball's winningest team with win over Pirates

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The Milwaukee Brewers are still the winningest team in baseball after beating the Pittsburgh Pirates 6-4 at Miller Park Sunday.

Prince Fielder homered twice, fell just short of a third homer, and scored the winning run on Bill Hall's pinch-hit single in the eighth.

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Fielder denied being upset after Matt Capps beaned him on Saturday night. But with Capps on the mound Sunday, Fielder barreled around third, slid home safely and then jumped up-and-down and yelled while Capps was protesting the call.

Plate umpire Tim Timmons then got in front of Fielder and guided him toward the Brewer dug-out.

Fielder denied saying anything to Capps.

But before the game, General Manager Ned Yost had a warning not to cross the 260-pound-plus Fielder. "You don't want to make that kid upset ... for your own good," Yost said.

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