"I was just trying to put the ball in play," Hinske said. "He's only got two pitches, so he's going to one or the other," Hinske said. The win was the fourth in a row for the D-backs, who swept the three-game series for their first sweep of the Brewers, home or road. Hinske raised his right arm as he rounded second with his eighth pinch-hit homer and definitely one of his longest shots of his career. Jonathan Lucroy had a one-out RBI single that left runners on the corners, but Rickie Weeks and pinch hitter Kyle Lohse a starting pitcher forced into duty after manager Ron Roenicke ran through his available players struck out to end the game.