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Brewers 10, Padres 1

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SAN DIEGO, CA (WHBL) - The Milwaukee Brewers extended their road winning streak to five games after crushing the Padres in San Diego 10-1 Monday night.  The Crew scored double-digit runs for the first time since July 13th as they churned out 16 hits, giving them 42 in their last three games.  Milwaukee scored in every inning but the second, fourth, and eighth.  Ryan Braun was hurt in the first when he had knee-to-knee contact in a collision at first base with San Diego's Jake Goebbert.  Both stayed in the game, and Braun had three hits, including a solo homer before leaving in the seventh.  Aramis Ramirez fell a triple short of the cycle, going 3 for 5.  Ramirez and Gerardo Parra each drove in three runs, as Milwaukee tagged Padres' starter Eric Stults for four runs on nine hits in five innings. Stults ended a personal three-game winning streak as he dropped to 6-14.  Kyle Lohse got the win in his first start since August 13th.  He threw six innings, giving up a run on four hits with four walks.  Lohse is now 12-7. Alexi Amarista drove in San Diego's only run with a triple in the second.  Milwaukee maintains a one-and-a-half game lead in the National League Central after second-place Saint Louis beat third-place Pittsburgh Monday night.  The Pirates dropped to six games back.  The Brewers and Padres will play again tonight at Petco Park.  Right-hander Jimmy Nelson starts against Padres' right-hander Tyson Ross.  Pregame coverage on WHBL begins at 8:35.