Before Yovani Gallardo got a chance to prove his ankle was okay on the mound, he did so with his bat by crushing a walkoff double in the tenth inning of a tie ball game on Tuesday night to give the Brewers a walkoff win. Gallardo's double allowed the Brewers to sneak out with a victory that they seemingly had given away earlier in the night.

Scoring runs was not a problem for the Brewers early on tonight as they scored three runs in the game's opening frame. After a shutout inning from Matt Garza, Jean Segura and Ryan Braun singled from their new spots in the order to set the table for Jonathan Lucroy. Lucroy wasn't able to score either runner as he struck out, but Carlos Gomez continued to enjoy the cleanup spot with a three-run home run.

After another shutout inning from Garza, Mark Reynolds stretched out the Brewers lead with a home run to left. The home run allowed Reynolds to retake ownership of the team lead in home runs (12) as Gomez's first inning home run had briefly tied him with Reynolds for the team's top spot.

In the bottom of the fourth inning, Khris Davis continued his dominance of left-handed pitching and hit a home run to give the Brewers a five run lead and a seemingly comfortable lead after four innings.

Things continued to go well for the Brewers until the top of the fifth inning when Garza gave up a solo home run to Nelson Cruz. Besides the home run, Garza looked good in the first five innings as he only gave up the one run while striking out eight batters.

Sadly, though, his struggles began in the sixth inning. After going up 0-2 against Delmon Young, Garza managed to walk the Oriole's leadoff batter. Nick Markakis followed with a double to score Young from first. Following a sacrifice bunt from Manny Machado, an Adam Jones sacrifice fly gave the Orioles their third run of the evening.