Wilkerson hit a solo home run in the second inning and added a run-scoring double in the fourth as Montreal took a 2-0 lead.
In the ninth inning, he drew a one-out walk, stole second and took third when Milwaukee catcher
's throw went into center field. Wilkerson scored the go-ahead run when Schneider singled off
(0-2), who had not allowed a run since Opening Day.
pitched well, allowing two runs and three hits in seven innings. He struck out 12 but gave up solo homers to
in the fifth and departed after throwing 120 pitches.
got one out in the eighth before
(2-0) finished the inning.
worked around a hit in the ninth and got a nice defensive play from Wilkerson at first base to notch his sixth save.
Wilkerson moved from left field in the eighth and preserved Montreal's seventh win in 10 games with a backhand stop on
' hard grounder that could have rolled down the right field line for a double.
"It was one of those plays, you dream about making, one of those diving plays," Wilkerson said. "It came up and got a good hop on me and I just made the play. It's something you need to do - make good plays behind the pitchers."
"That's Wilkerson's save," Biddle added "He saved the game. You got to give the guys the credit because I didn't pitch very well. But that's baseball, you have to pick up your teammates."
Before Wilkerson's play,
led off with a single and took second on a wild pitch. He advanced to third on Sexson's groundout.
After Wilkerson prevented the tying run,
walked. But Biddle retired Helms on a flyout.
Wilkerson snapped a 2-for-13 slump with his first homer since a grand slam off
New York Mets
on April 11. Wilkerson collected his fourth multi-RBI effort when
scored on his ground-rule double to right field.
also pitched well, allowing two runs and six hits in eight innings. Making his first start since April 17, Kinney's career-high scoreless innings streak ended at 13 when Wilkerson homered.
Vazquez retired the first 11 hitters before Sexson singled in the fourth, snapping a 0-for-9 funk. The Montreal righthander lost his shutout bid, but struck out five of the final seven hitters en route to his third double-digit strikeout game of the season and 14th of his career.
"He gave up solo home runs with a two-run lead, but settled right back down and shut them down," Expos manager
said of Vazquez.
"He's a great pitcher and he throws anything in any particular count," Clayton said. "It doesn't matter what you're looking for because nine times out of 10, it's hard to guess right on a guy who has command on all four of his pitches."
Vazquez also increased his major league-leading strikeout total to 58.
The Brewers had just three runners in scoring position and struck out 13 times. But they had a chance to take the lead in the eighth with pinch runner