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The Milwaukee Brewers welcome Marco Estrada back into the rotation and saved their best for last in beating the San Francisco Giants for the second straight day, 6-1 at AT&T Park Wednesday night.  Coming off the disabled list, Estrada was razor sharp, working five scoreless innings, giving up only one hit, striking out six without a walk.   Madison Baumgarner matched him pitch for pitch taking a shutout into the 8th inning.  That's when the Brewer bats came alive and the Giants defense fell apart.  Milwaukee scored all six runs in their final two at bats.  Khris Davis hit a home run, Nori Aoki had a two run single and Jeff Bianchi had two hits and scored twice to make a winner of Alfredo Fiagor in relief.  The Brewers will sent Donovan Hand against Tim Lincecum in the series finale, looking to take three out of four against the defending World Series Champs.  Pre-game coverage begins at 2:10 PM on WNFL.