The Milwaukee Brewers completed a perfect homestand by finishing off a sweep of the Chicago Cubs Sunday at Miller Park 4-2. Ryan Braun connected on a three run home run in the 5th off Scott Feldman. Wily Peralta picked up his first win of the season, working six and a third innings, giving up two runs on five hits. Jim Henderson earned his 4th save. The Brewers won the game despite getting only three hits, a Carlos Gomez single and a Yuniesky Betancourt double in advance of Braun's 5th homer of the season. The former MVP has been all or nothing of late, getting juts five hits in his last 32 at bats, but four of those hits have cleared the fence. After getting caught looking in the 8th inning, Braun was ejected after tossing his bat. From a 2-8 start, Milwaukee's 7 game winning streak has them within one game of the NL Central lead at 9-8. The Brewers hit the road, opening a three game series in San Diego Monday night with Kyle Lohse facing a former teammate in Jason Marquis. Pre-Game coverage on WTAQ begins at 8:35 PM
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