Final Score: Kansas City 4, Milwaukee 3 (11 innings) Milwaukee, WI (Sports Network) - Joey Gathright drew a bases loaded walk to force in the winning run in the 11th inning as Kansas City avoided a sweep by edging Milwaukee, 4-3, in the finale of a three-game interleague set at Miller Park this afternoon. The Brewers bullpen lost control of the strike zone throughout the frame. Jose Capellan (0-2) sandwiched walks to John Buck and Emil Brown around a Tony Pena single to load the bases. Milwaukee went to Chris Spurling who induced David DeJesus to line out at first but then walked Gathright to force in the game winner. Jimmy Gobble then threw a perfect ninth to secure things and earn his first save of the year. Gathright drove in two runs for the Royals, who snapped a four-game skid. DeJesus finished 3-for-5 with a run scored and Esteban German also drove in a run for Kansas City. Odalis Perez started and allowed two runs on seven hits in five innings. David Riske (1-2) earned the win with a scoreless 10th inning. Corey Hart and Tony Graffanino both homered for the Brewers, who lost for the first time in six games. Milwaukee wasted a great performance by Yovani Gallardo. The Mexican native yielded just one run on five hits while fanning eight and walking just two, but was let down by his bullpen. "He pitched a great ballgame," said Brewers manager Ned Yost about Gallardo. "He was starting to labor a little bit in the seventh inning, but it was a big test for him there. He pitched himself out of it." The Brewers finally broke through in the fifth with a manufactured run. Hart was hit by a pitch, moved to second on a wild pitch, advanced to third on Craig Counsells fly ball and crossed the plate when Ryan Braun lofted a sacrifice fly to right. Milwaukee extended its lead to 2-0 in the sixth when Graffanino led off the frame with his fifth home run of the year. The Royals got on the board in the seventh. Alex Gordon drew a one-out walk, moved up 90-feet on Shane Costas single and came around to score on Germans RBI single. Kansas City rallied to take the lead in the eighth against the Milwaukee bullpen. Pinch-hitter Fernando Cortez drew a walk off Derrick Turnbow, moved to third on DeJesus single up the middle and scored when Gathright tapped out to second. Mark Teahen then came up with a two-out RBI single to left that made it 3-2. But, Hart deadlocked things in the ninth with a one-out solo homer off Octavio Dotel. Hart just cleared the wall in center for his 10th long ball of the season. "Our bullpen once again did a good job to keep us in it," said Royals manager Buddy Bell. "We could have cashed it in when they came back, but it was a nice win for us." Game Notes Milwaukee shortstop J.J. Hardy was out for the third straight day with a sore lower back...Kansas City finished interleague play 10-8.