Ryan Braun, Jim Edmonds and visiting Milwaukee piled up 25 hits Thursday and handed Pittsburgh the most-lopsided loss in its 124-year history.

"It was fun and it was special," said Braun, who homered, doubled, singled and had five RBIs. "This game is really so much about failure, particularly as a hitter, that you rarely get a day where everyone is enjoying so much success at the same time . . . It's one to remember."

Prince Fielder hit his first home run of the season and Edmonds and George Kottaras also connected - they were among 10 Brewers with an RBI. Milwaukee had 12 extra-base hits.

Randy Wolf (2-1) pitched six scoreless innings. Daniel McCutchen (0-2) was tagged for six runs and eight hits in 32/3 innings. "Lots of times, it felt like I was throwing batting practice to them," McCutchen said.

Rockies 2, Nationals 0

Ubaldo Jimenez (4-0) tossed 71/3 shutout innings and Miguel Olivo and Ian Stewart hit solo homers for visiting Colorado. Washington's Livan Hernandez (1-1) allowed his first runs this season.

Indians 8, Twins 1

Mitch Talbot (2-1) held host Minnesota to two hits and no earned runs to deny the Twins a series sweep. Andy Marte had a two-run homer and RBI single for Cleveland.

Happ goes on DL

The Phillies put lefthander J.A. Happ on the 15-day disabled list with a strained forearm and activated reliever J.C. Romero . . . Royals minor league pitcher Adam Bostick, who was a Mets minor leaguer the previous three seasons, has been suspended for 50 games following a second positive test. - AP

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