Brewers manager Ron Roenicke will have to continue waiting for that key run to turn a game around.
Reliever Manny Parra gave up Trevor Plouffe' solo home run in the top of the 11th inning and Milwaukee lost 5-4 to the Minnesota Twins on Saturday.
The Brewers threatened in the 10th when Corey Hart singled with one out off reliever Jeff Gray (3-0). After Nyjer Morgan struck out, Ryan Braun looped the ball over second baseman Jamey Carroll and Hart raced to third on the play. But Aramis Ramirez, whose two-run homer in the eighth tied the game, popped out to center to end the inning.
''We've got to be able to score a run,'' Roenicke said of his team's inability to score.
The Brewers have lost six of seven, including a season high-tying four straight, and have scored just 21 runs during that stretch. Milwaukee fell to a season-worst eight games below .500.
The loss chewed through the Brewers' bullpen, with six relievers following starter Yovanni Gallardo.
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