MILWAUKEE, WI (WH BL) - Yovani Gallardo hit a walk-off pinch-hit double in the 10th inning Tuesday night to give the Milwaukee Brewers a 7-6 home win over Baltimore. The Orioles knew the Brewers were out of position players, so reliever T-J McFarland intentionally walked Mark Reynolds with two out to force Gallardo to bat. McFarland fell behind on the count 2-0, and needed to throw a strike, which Gallardo pounded to the left-center field wall. It easily scored Reynolds for the walk-off win. Milwaukee blew a 5-0 lead in this one with Carlos Gomez, Khris Davis, and Reynolds all belting homers in the first four innings. Former Brewers' prospect Nelson Cruz hit his Major League-leading 17th homer to help Baltimore start its comeback. The O's took the lead in the seventh when pitch-hitter Steve Pearce went yard. The Brewers forced extra innings on a Baltimore error in the ninth. Third baseman Manny Machado made a bad throw to first on a chopper from Jonathan Lucroy, and Elian Herrera scored to tie the game. Francisco Rodriguez pitched a scoreless tenth to get the win. He's 2-1. T-J McFarland took the loss. He's 0-1. The Brewers and Baltimore will close out their three-game Interleague home set tonight at Miller Park. Yovani Gallardo faces O's right-hander Bud Norris. Pregame coverage on WHBL begins at 6:35.