The Milwaukee Brewers are back in a groove, dominating the visiting New York Mets 9-1 at Miller Park Thursday night for their fourth consecutive victory. Matt Garza rebounded from his worst start of the year in which he gave up five runs recording only one out against Washington, to shut down the Mets on a run with only two hits through eight innings. Garza gave up a third inning single and a solo home run to Lucas Duda in the 7th to even his record at 7-7. He had plenty of offensive support. Johnathan Lucroy homered in the first, the Brewers piled on four runs in the second for the 5-0 lead. Khris Davis launched his 17th home run later and Ryan Braun delivered a two run blast in the 7th. The Brewers have reclaimed the National League's best record at 58-45 and stretched their division lead to three games over the idle Cardinals and Pirates. Yovani Gallardo will face Zach Wheeler in game two of the four game set Friday night. Pre-game coverage begins at 6:35 PM on WTAQ.
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