MILWAUKEE, WI (WHBL) - Jean Segura hit a three-run homer in the first inning Wednesday night, as the Milwaukee Brewers hung on to beat San Diego 5-2 at Miller Park. Khris Davis belted a solo shot, and Ryan Braun added an R-B-I double for the Brewers. They won their fifth game in their last six, and improved to 13-0 when scoring four or more runs. Kyle Lohse won his fourth straight start - the first time he's done that since April of 2011. He gave up two runs - one earned - on five hits in seven innings with five strikeouts. Lohse improved to 4-1. Francisco Rodriguez struck out a pair in the ninth for his ninth save. Padres' starter Tyson Ross was shelled for five runs in six innings, and he gave up more than one homer for only the second time in his career. Ross dropped to 2-3. Nick Hundley and Seth Smith drove in San Diego's two runs, as the Padres have now lost three-of-four. Milwaukee again becomes the only Major League team to be ten games above .500, with the best record in the bigs at 16-6. The Crew took 2 out of 3 from the Padres to win their second straight series. Milwaukee is off today, and will host the Chicago Cubs Friday night.
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