MLB: Milwaukee 10, San Francisco 8

Sept. 24, 2006 at 12:13 AM

MILWAUKEE, Sept. 23 (UPI) -- Bill Hall and David Bell both had two RBI Saturday night as Milwaukee beat the San Francisco Giants, 10-8, for its fourth straight win.

Hall had two runs and two hits; Tony Graffanino had three runs, two hits and one RBI; Brady Clark and Kevin Mench both had one run and two hits; Mench had one RBI; and Bell scored twice for the Brewers (72-83).

Barry Bonds hit his 734th career homer, a solo blast in the bottom of the third, giving him sole possession of the National League record over Hank Aaron; Moises Alou hit a two-run homer and had three runs and two hits; while Randy Winn, Omar Vizquel and Shea Hillenbrand all had one RBI for the Giants (75-79), who have dropped seven of their last eight games.

The winner was Jose Capellan (4-2).

Francisco Cordero recorded his 15th save.

The loser was Jack Taschner (0-1).

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