Milwaukee Brewers defeat San Francisco Giants, 2-1

Braden Looper pumped his fist, and his initial scream turned into a smile as he walked off the mound.

The infielders followed behind him, all smiling and laughing.

The Milwaukee Brewers dugout was full of the same.

The crowd at Miller Park stood and gave a lengthy ovation.

They all just had witnessed something that had happened only four other times in team history.

A triple play.

Then they were privileged enough to see something not quite as rare but sti...

MILWAUKEE (AP) Prince Fielder closed his glove and completed Milwaukee's first triple play in 10 years. Then he swung his booming bat and ended the game.

Fielder hit a solo home run with one out in the 12th inning and the Brewers, boosted by their fielding gem, beat the San Francisco Giants 2-1 Sunday.

"It was fun, especially the way the season is going now for us," Fielder said. "It's always good to have some fun."

The loss dropped the Giants two games behind Col...