Podsednik's double in the 17th ends scoreless marathon
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"Our pitchers kept throwing up zeros," Milwaukee manager Ned Yost said. "The team never quit and found a way to win the game."
With two outs in the 17th,
Milwaukee put runners on second and third with no outs in the second. But Escobar worked out of trouble with consecutive strikeouts and an infield pop.
Sheets, who finished with four strikeouts, tossed 6 2/3 perfect innings before losing his perfect game with two outs in the seventh. Guerrero rolled a single between the shortstop and third baseman to end the bid.
Kennedy was sacrificed to second by
Figgins worked a walk to lead off the bottom of the 14th for Anaheim, but was thrown out trying to steal second.