Reynolds collects 5 hits, Keller pitches gem as Pirates hold off late charge to beat Brewers

MILWAUKEE, Wis. — This article originally appeared on pittsburghbaseballnow.com.

Bryan Reynolds had the first five-hit game of his career and Mitch Keller threw six-shutout innings as the Pittsburgh Pirates held off a late charge from the Milwaukee Brewers for an 8-6 win on Monday night at American Family Field.

Jake Bauers came to the plate in the eighth inning against Josh Fleming with the Brewers trailing 7-2 and with one swing brought Milwaukee within one run with a grand slam to right field.

In the top of the ninth, Reynolds stepped into the box with four hits in four at-bats. His fifth hit of the game was his fifth home run of the season. The solo shot padded the Pirates’ lead by a run.

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