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Brewers take out Reds

The Milwaukee Brewers are now 11-2 on the road since the All-Star break, after winning at Cincinnati 6-3 Wednesday.

The Brewers took two-of-three from the Reds and they maintained their half-game lead for the National League Wild Card playoff spot.

Ryan Braun put Milwaukee in front for good with an RBI double in the fifth inning.

Rickie Weeks had four hits for the second time in his career, all singles. He also drove in a pair.

Mike Cameron went 3-4 with a double and Prince Fielder doubled to extend his hitting streak to 10 games.

Jeff Suppan gave up three runs on seven hits in seven innings to even his record at 7-7. Salomon Torres threw a perfect ninth for his 22nd save.

Homer Bailey took the loss to go 0-6. He gave up six runs in five-and-a-third innings. Bailey has now given up 32 earned runs in 36-and-a-third innings this year.

Jay Bruce hit a two-run homer and drove in all three runs for Cincinnati, which has lost five-of-its-last-six.

Milwaukee remains five games behind the front-running Chicago Cubs in the National League Central division.

The Brewers are off today (Thursday) and will play Washington in a four-game series that begins Friday night at Miller Park.