Clark took second on a wild pitch before scoring on a double to left field by
to tie the game. Perez followed with a run-scoring single to center field.
"I guess they don't trust their bullpen over there," Perez said. "I couldn't believe he was still in there when I came up to hit. But, he was tough, he pitched well for eight innings, it was a good pitch, I hit it good and it went in the right direction."
The Brewers have scored 37 runs against San Diego this season and 26 have come with two outs.
"We have been battling until the end in everyone of our games and when you do that and get a nice result, it does build confidence," Brewers manager
The Padres dropped their 10th straight day game and failed to win back-to-back games for the first time since April 23-25.
"It's hard to believe it happened twice. Lightning struck us twice," Padres manager
said of the late Milwaukee rally. "I've never seen a third out so hard to get. Lawrence pitched a heck of a ballgame. It comes back to we've got to score more than two runs. We just didn't get a two-out hit - that's what they did over there, and that was the difference in the game."
Lawrence allowed seven hits, walked two and struck out eight to lose for the sixth time in seven decisions.
The Padres scored their runs in the third and sixth.
with the bases loaded in the third, but escaped further trouble when Gary Matthews Jr. flied out to end the inning.
hit a sacrifice fly three innings later.
Kinney allowed two runs and four hits in 5 2/3 innings.
"I thought the team played great but I didn't throw the ball all that well," Kinney said.