Pittsburgh made two errors and allowed three runs to score on one wild pitch while dropping a 13-6 game Sunday to the Milwaukee Brewers. Christian Yelich went two-for-three, hit his 32nd home run and knocked in three for Milwaukee. Travis Shaw and Mike Moustakas also had homers. The Brewers scored five times in the sixth inning, even though only one ball left the infield. Corey Knebel earned his third victory by striking out the side in the fifth. The Brewers benefited from nine walks to go with their 12 hits. The victory keeps Milwaukee two-and-a-half games behind the Cubs in the National Central Division race. A starting pitcher hasn’t been named for Monday’s game in St. Louis. Tonights game is on WTCH, 6:40 pre game.