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Brewers lose 3-2 to San Francisco

Prince Fielder drove in his major league-leading 121st run.

And, Jeff Suppan had a no-hitter going for almost five innings.

The sixth was the end of the line for the Milwaukee Brewers in a 3-2 loss to San Francisco.

Catcher Bengie Molina drove in the winning home by hitting Todd Coffey's first pitch of the eighth inning out of Miller Park.

The Giants are noted for their pitching, but they surrendered a season-high 10 walks in the victory.

Coffey took the loss, while Brandon Medders was the winner.

The Giants stay alive in the National League wild-card race.

A dropped fly ball helped the Giants who turned to closer Brian Wilson to slam the door shut in the ninth.

Though he gave up a hit, Wilson still claimed his 33rd save.