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Turnbow blows save, but Brewers beat Phillies in 10

PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Before closer Derrick Turnbow even had time
to worry about his blown save, the Milwaukee Brewers were back in
front.

Prince Fielder's RBI single off Tom Gordon in the 10th inning
sent Milwaukee to a 6-5 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on
Friday night.

Ryan Howard had a tying, two-run double in the ninth against
Turnbow, who had converted 14 of his first 15 save chances. But the
Brewers answered quickly against Gordon (2-2).

Carlos Lee started the inning with a double to left and scored
on Fielder's liner off the right-field fence.

"We've been battling," manager Ned Yost said. "Our guys did a
nice job."

Geoff Jenkins had three hits and three RBI, and Bill Hall hit a
two-run shot for Milwaukee, which had lost seven of its last nine
on the road.

Turnbow (2-1) got the victory despite allowing two runs in his
only inning. Jose Capellan got two outs in the 10th before giving
way to Brian Shouse. With the bases loaded, Shouse retired Chris
Roberson on a routine fly for his second career save and first
since 2003 with Texas.

Chris Capuano tossed seven solid innings for Milwaukee, allowing
three runs and seven hits.

"You got to go out there and try to get the job done," Turnbow
said.

Pat Burrell hit a two-run homer for the struggling Phillies, who
are 2-8 after a 13-1 stretch.

"This is a test during the season," manager Charlie Manuel
said. "We've got to get better. We have to get going."

Bobby Abreu walked to start the ninth against Turnbow, and
Burrell followed with a double down the left-field line. Howard
drove in both runners with a liner off the left-field wall and
advanced to third on Jimmy Rollins' grounder, but was doubled off
the bag when David Bell lined out to third baseman Corey Koskie.
Howard initially was ruled safe, but his hand came off the base
when Koskie dove into him to make the tag.

"It was a continuous play," third-base umpire Tom Hallion
said. "In my judgment, if he had pushed him off the bag, I
wouldn't have called it."

Jenkins lined a two-out, two-run double into the left-field
corner off Cory Lidle to give the Brewers a 4-3 lead in the fifth.
Jenkins had an RBI single off Geoff Geary in the seventh.

Lidle allowed four runs and seven hits, walking a season-high
five in six innings.

"He was off with his command and the hitters worked the count
off him," Manuel said.

Lidle got plenty of help from his infielders, who turned a
double play in each of the first four innings, including one with
the bases loaded and one out in the fourth against Damian Miller.

Hall gave the Brewers a 2-0 lead in the first with his 11th
homer, one pitch after Rickie Weeks started the game with a single
to left.

Bell's RBI single in the second cut it to 2-1. Abreu started the
fourth for the Phillies with a double off the wall in left-center.
Burrell followed with his 13th homer into the left-center seats,
giving the Phillies a 3-2 lead.

Capuano hasn't allowed more than three earned runs in any of his
11 starts.

"I think I could have done a better job," Capuano said.

Game notes
Roberson was sent to Triple-A Scranton Wilkes-Barre after
the game to make room for CF Aaron Rowand, who came off the
disabled list. ... Milwaukee acquired RHP Jeremi Gonzalez from the
Mets for minor leaguer Mike Adams. ... The Brewers are 10-3 against
the NL East, including 4-0 versus the Phillies. ... Burrell has 38
career homers in May, his most in any month. ... A crowd of 43,852
came out on Chase Utley bobblehead night, giving the Phillies four
straight sellouts. ... Utley went 1-for-5 with a 10th-inning
double, extending his hitting streak to 11 games.