Milwaukee Brewers defeat Cleveland Indians, 14-12

Cleveland — -- A team that hadn't hit for a couple of weeks couldn't stop hitting Monday night.

"That was fun," Milwaukee Brewers leftfielder Ryan Braun said. "Hopefully, it gives us some momentum."

On a night of dramatic shifts in momentum, the Brewers swung the pendulum their way at the end to roar from five runs down and out-slug the Cleveland Indians, 14-12, in a wild interleague contest at Progressive Field.

As they have done so often, Prince Fielder and Brau...

CLEVELAND (AP) Prince Fielder got the ball back from his first career grand slam when a fan at Progressive Field threw it into Milwaukee's bullpen.

Everything just seemed to work out for the Brewers slugger on Monday night.

Fielder hit his 16th homer after two Indians relievers combined to walk the bases loaded and Milwaukee rallied for a 14-12 victory over Cleveland.

"Good timing," Brewers manager Ken Macha said. "We were pretty much out of it a couple of times, ...