Brewers send horsehides flying against D-Backs; home crowd boos Hall
The Milwaukee Brewers helped put Arizona's Randy Johnson into second place on the all-time career strike-out list and then went on to beat the Diamondbacks 7-1 Tuesday night at Miller Park.
Mike Cameron fanned on three pitches in the first inning. It moved the 44-year-old Johnson ahead of Roger Clemens behind strikeout king Nolan Ryan.
Johnson struck out eight Brewers in six-and-a-third innings, giving him 4,680 career "K's."