Hardy, Cameron and Hall help Brewers win at Cleveland
The Milwaukee Brewers got some big contributions from slumping hitters last night when they beat the Indians in Cleveland, 7-5.
J.J. Hardy drove in two runs with a single and a ground-out, the first time since May 19 he had more than one RBI in a game.
Mike Cameron ended an 0-16 slump with an RBI triple. And Bill Hall - who was just 7 for his last 71, put the Brewers in front for good with a sacrifice fly in the fifth inning that capped off a nine-pitch at-bat.