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Crew walk-off Marlins 1-0 in 13 innings

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MILWAUKEE — Playing in his 13th major league game, Brewers outfielder Caleb Gindl hit his 1st major league homer in the 13th inning of a 1-0 win over Miami Sunday at Miller Park. He became the first in franchise history to hit a walk-off for his first homer.
Wily Peralta continued a string of incredible performances with 8 shutout innings of 2 hit ball (1 run allowed last 29.1 innings).
Brewers pitchers have a scoreless streak of 35 consecutive innings which is a team record. Their 3rd straight shutout and their 8th of the season, is best in the big leagues.
The victory allowed Milwaukee to earn their 3rd series sweep of the season.
The Marlins have gone 37 straight scoreless innings, which is the longest streak in 28 years.

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