The Milwaukee Brewers got off to a slow start against the Houston Astros but were able to recover and take the victory by a score of 5-3.
Zack Greinke would make the start for the Brewers after his early exit in the fourth inning of Saturday's game against the Astros.
Greinke gave up three runs in the first inning but then settled in to pitch two scorless innings and only allowed five hits, three runs, and struck out five batters before leaving the game.
The Brewers would tie the game at 3 in the eighth inning when Ryan Braun would drive in an RBI single.
Nyjer Morgan walked at the top of the tenth before Fernando Rodriguez would walk Ryan Braun and a wild pitch by Rodriguez would advance the runners.
Corey Hart would drive in the winning run in the top of the tenth inning and Rickie Weeks added an extra run to help cushion the win.
The Brewers are now on a break until after the All-Star Game which takes place on Tuesday.
The Brewers will be back in action on Friday when they send Zack Greinke back to the mound to pitch against the Pitsburgh Pirates.
Greinke starting on Friday will make him the first pitcher to start three games in a row since 1917 and Greinke has gone (1-1) in his last two starts.
The first pitch on Friday is set for 7:10.