BOSTON, MA (WHBL) - The Milwaukee Brewers completed a three-game sweep at Boston with a 4-0 win on Sunday. Yovani Gallardo improved to 2-0, and has not given up a run yet in 12-and two-thirds' innings. Gallardo gave up seven hits to the defending World Series champions, with no walks and three strikeouts. Red Sox starter Jon Lester fell to 0-2. He gave up four runs - two earned - and seven hits over seven-and-a-third innings. He struck out six, as the Red Sox lost their first three home games for the first time since 1984. Aramis Ramirez, Jeff Bianchi, and Mark Reynolds all had R-B-I singles for the Brewers, who became the first team to sweep an Interleague series at Boston since June of 2012. Ryan Braun returned from a thumb injury, which kept him out Saturday. He went 2 for 4 and scored a run. Khris Davis also went 2 for 4, as the Brewers' new left-fielder went 8 for 15 in the series with four doubles. Milwaukee pitchers now have a Major League-best 1.45 E-R-A through six games. The Brewers were scheduled to play at Philadelphia in the Phillies' home opener Monday afternoon, but the decision was made to delay the game due to a rainy forecast. The game is now set for Tuesday at 3:05.