PITTSBURGH, PA (WHBL) - The Milwaukee Brewers eeked out a 1-0 victory over the Pirates Sunday at Pittsburgh. Jonathan Lucroy scored on a ground-out in the seventh inning, after he hit a ground-rule double that was grabbed by a fan. Lucroy hit a pair of doubles and a single, as the Brewers only had four hits to Pittsburgh's five. Yovani Gallardo struck out eight in seven innings to get the win. He gave up four hits and a walk with a season-high 121 pitches, as he evened his record at 4-4. Francisco Rodriguez earned his first four-out save as a Brewer, and his 19th overall save of the year. Jeff Locke took the hard-luck loss. He was called up from Triple-"A" to fill in for Gerrit Cole, who was put on the disabled list with shoulder fatigue. Locke retired the first eleven Brewers he faced before he gave up a run on three hits in the seven innings, with a walk and five strikeouts. Russell Martin was ejected after he was called out on strikes to end the eighth, and he spiked his bat and threw his helmet. Pirates' manager Clint Hurdle was also tossed when came out to argue. Pittsburgh almost scored in the first when Neil Walker was thrown out at the plate on a sacrifice fly to right. Ryan Braun made a perfect throw, and the umpires reviewed the play after Hurdle thought catcher Lucroy had interfered. The out was upheld. The Brewers won two-of-three at Pittsburgh, and they continue to lead the National League Central by five games over second-place Saint Louis. The Crew is off today, and will play the Mets in New York tomorrow night.