So, as usual, the Braves were being no-hit through 4 2/3. Their first hit, however, came with a runner on second and two out (McLouth, who had walked and been bunted over) a single by Prado, which gave them a 1-0 lead. Then in the sixth they exploded.
Glaus led off the inning with a homer. McCann was hit by a pitch, but thrown out at home when Melky, of all people, doubled. After an intentional walk, Melky scored on an error. With two out after a failed sacrifice by Hanson (actually, it looked like Diaz was safe at third) Infante walked and the Brewers finally went to the pen. Prado then hit a grand slam to break the game open, 7-0. They’d score one more run on a single by Diaz in the ninth.
Hanson was superb, going eight and allowing just four hits and one walk, striking out eight. You can’t pitch a whole lot better. Chavez, however, allowed a two-run homer in the ninth to put the Brewers on the board.