SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (Ticker) -- Two rain delays may have washed away
Podsednik's homer off closer
snapped a ninth-inning tie as the
, 3-2, in the rubber game of a three-game set.
added a two-run blast for the Brewers, who had gone without a homer in their last five games.
The start of the game was delayed 51 minutes by rain and the contest was halted for another 48 minutes in the top of the first. The break may have helped Podsednik, who was hitting just .203 in May and entered Wednesday's contest in an 0-for-8 slump, dropping his average to .263.
"That's what Scotty does, he keeps plugging away," Milwaukee manager
said. "That's a big hit for us."
Podsednik opened the game with a double to center field. He later connected off Biddle (0-2) for his fourth homer of the season to lead off the ninth.
"We didn't want to stay and hang around and play any more," Podsednik said. "We were going to do try to do anything we could to avoid playing more than nine (innings)."
(1-0), who made his major league debut Tuesday, pitched a scoreless eighth for his first big league victory.
"I'm just happy my first series is over with and hopefully all of the jitters will be out," Adams said. "Hopefully, I can go on to a pretty decent career."
Dan Kolb, the fifth Milwaukee pitcher, worked the ninth for his 10th save, getting
on a fly ball to right field with a runner on third to end the game.
Due to the persistent rain, manager
decided to use several pitchers and push back scheduled starter
"There's nothing worse than sending your starter out after a 50-minute rain delay in the second or third inning," Yost said. "It didn't hurt the bullpen guys at all."
, normally a reliever, made the start and allowed one run and four hits in 3 2/3 innings.
Hall, who delivered a key three-run double in Wednesday's win over the Expos, hit his fourth homer of the season in the second off
. The homer scored
, who led off the inning with a single.
Ohka overcame the rain delays to allow two runs and four hits in seven innings.
"He did a fine job in a tough situation," Expos manager
said. "You can't ask for more from him. He was very good."
The Expos scored on an RBI double by
in the fourth and a run-scoring single by
in the sixth.
Vidro was 0-for-2 and is 0-for-14 in his last four games.
"Right now I can't explain what's going wrong," Robinson said of Vidro.