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With the game tied at 2, Morgan almost single-handedly put the Brewers back ahead. With one out in...

With the game tied at 2, Morgan almost single-handedly put the Brewers back ahead. With one out in the second, Morgan doubled, stole third - getting such a good jump that there wasn't a throw - and then took off for home on a grounder by George Kottaras. Morgan barreled into catcher Brian McCann, who lost the ball, and Morgan doubled back to step on home plate before McCann got the ball back. The run gave Milwaukee a 3-2 lead. It was the latest impressive moment as a Brewer for Morgan, acquired in a trade with Washington just before the start of the season. He came into Thursday's game batting .556, and also made an impressive diving catch in the sixth.

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