In Milwaukee's series opener against the Chicago Cubs, Brewers starter Mark Rogers earned his first career win.
Marco Estrada has won before, but it's been a while.
Estrada tries to pick up his first victory in almost exactly one year when he takes the ball Tuesday night against the Cubs at Miller Park.
Jonathan Lucroy hit two home runs and drove in four while Carlos Gomez also went deep for Milwaukee (55-66) in Monday's 9-5 victory over the Cubs. The game took a turn in the fifth inning when the Brewers scored eight runs - one fewer than they'd plated in their previous three games combined.
Milwaukee, which has already matched last season's loss total, won for the fourth time in 11 games as the big inning made a winner out of Rogers, who was making his seventh career start.
Estrada (0-5, 4.52 ERA) has made 15 starts and 14 relief appearances since his last win, Aug. 23 in Pittsburgh. His 15 consecutive starts without a victory is the longest drought by a Brewer since Chris Cap...