MINNEAPOLIS -- Twice set up by Scooter Gennett doubles, Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun drove in a pair of runs in Monday's rain-shortened, 7-4 loss to the Twins to reach 100 career RBIs in Interleague Play.
Braun extended his own club record for Interleague RBIs and joined five other Major Leaguers at the century mark since 2007, the season Braun broke in with the Brewers. Miguel Cabrera leads the field with 117 RBIs since then, followed by Torii Hunter (108), Jose Bautista (107), Albert Pujols (104), with Braun and Alex Rodriguez at 100 RBIs apiece.
Monday marked Braun's 131st Interleague game, most in Brewers history over Geoff Jenkins' 119. Braun is the franchise leader in Interleague hits, extra-base hits, walks (Braun moved past Prince Fielder with a fourth-inning walk on Monday). Braun and Fielder are tied for the team record with 26 Interleague home runs.
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