PITTSBURGH, Sept. 27 (UPI) -- Lastings Milledge hit a ninth-inning, game-winning two-run single Sunday, rallying the Pittsburgh Pirates to a 6-5 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers.
Milledge's bases loaded single -- his only hit of the game -- capped a four-run rally in the bottom of the ninth.
Andy LaRoche had two hits and two RBI, a run scored on an error by Rafael Furcal, another scored on Clayton Kershaw's third-inning wild pitch, and Andrew McCutchen had three of the 11 hits for the Pirates, who have won two of three.
The winner was closer Matt Capps (4-8).
Furcal's two RBI led Los Angeles. Jim Thome and Russell Martin had one RBI each, a run scored on a passed ball, and both James Loney and Ronnie Belliard had two hits for the Dodgers, whose magic number for clinching the NL West stayed at two games.
The losing pitcher was closer Jonathan Broxton (7-2).