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By Steve King
Topic - Rick Kranitz
The Milwaukee Brewers made a call to the bullpen.
Carl Pavano pitched a five-hitter to earn his career-high seventh straight victory, and the Minnesota Twins beat the incensed Baltimore Orioles 5-0 on Thursday night.
"I didn't say anything. I sarcastically clapped in the way that the umpire, I guess, Bill Hohn took offense to," Kranitz said. "It wasn't the right thing to do, but you know, you get frustrated."