CHICAGO, IL (WHBL) - Wily Peralta failed to become the Major Leagues' first 15-game winner Tuesday night as the Milwaukee Brewers were shut out by the Cubs 3-0 in Chicago. Peralta lost for the first time since July 8th, giving up three runs on seven hits in six-and-a-third innings as he fell to 0-3 against the Cubbies this season. Peralta dropped only his second decision in his last 12, and is now 14-7 on the year. Rookie Kyle Hendricks got the win in his sixth big league start, giving up six hits and a walk in seven-and-a-third frames. He's now 4-1. Hector Rendon threw a perfect ninth for his 15th save. The Brewers' biggest scoring threat came in the eighth when they loaded the bases with one out. Cubs' reliever Pedro Strop got Jonathan Lucroy to bounce into a double play. Mark Reynolds had two of Milwaukee's six hits. Anthony Rizzo hit a solo homer for Chicago. Justin Ruggiano and Arismendy Alcantara each had run-scoring singles, as the Cubs evened their Wrigley Field series with the Crew at a game each. Milwaukee's lead in the National League Central dropped to one-and-a-half games over second-place Pittsburgh, and three over Saint Louis. The Brewers and Cubs play again tonight in the Windy City. Kyle Lohse goes for the Crew against Chicago left-hander Tsuyoshi Wada. Pregame coverage on WHBL begins at 6:30.