MILWAUKEE, WI (WHBL) - The New York Mets jumped on Mike Fiers for two runs in each of the first two innings and slowed down the charging Brewers Friday night, 7-3. Milwaukee’s record dropped back to the .500 mark as they try to catch St. Louis for the final National League Wild Card spot in the playoffs. The Mets had lost six games in a row coming in to the weekend series in Miller Park. Fiers took the loss. Mets starter Jonathon Niese allowed just two runs in six innings of work. Lucas Duda and Daniel Murphy had home runs for the Mets. New York led 4-2 when it blew the game wide open with a three-run rally in the sixth inning. The same two teams meet tonight. Shaun Marcum pitches for Milwaukee.