Christian Yelich homered twice and had three hits, two RBIs and three runs scored, and Yasmani Grandal added a homer and four RBIs as the visiting Milwaukee Brewers won their third in a row with an 11-3 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies on Thursday.
Ryan Braun continued his torrid offensive pace in Philadelphia with a three-hit performance. He also reached base safely five times. Mike Moustakas also had three hits and homered in the ninth.
Brewers starter Zach Davies (5-0) was sharp over six innings, giving up four hits and three runs, one earned. Davies struck out five, walked one and also added two hits at the plate.
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The Brewers were walked seven times and hit by a pitch three times.
Jean Segura hit a home run and had two RBIs for the Phillies, who dropped their third straight.
Phillies starter Zach Eflin (5-4) allowed seven hits and four runs in five innings.
The Brewers took a 1-0 in the first inning with Yelich blasted a 428-foot home run to right-center field.
Segura tied the game at 1 in the first with a solo shot to left, extending his hitting streak to seven.
Braun ripped an RBI single to left in the third to put the Brewers ahead 2-1. He also singled in his first at-bat to extend his stretch of reaching base safely at Citizens Bank Park to 20 in a row.
In the third, Segura recorded an RBI groundout to tie the game at 2. Rhys Hoskins followed with a sacrifice fly to center, scoring Bryce Harper for a 3-2 Phillies advantage.
Davies bunted for a single past a diving Eflin and Eric Thames scored to tie the game at 3 in the fourth.
Grandal's sacrifice fly to left scored Braun for a 4-3 lead in the fifth.
The Brewers moved ahead 7-3 in the seventh after Grandal drilled an 0-2 changeup from Serathony Dominguez for a three-run homer.
Yelich homered for the second time in the eighth, his fifth career multi-home run game, for an 8-3 advantage. Yelich now has 18 home runs this season.
--Field Level Media