MILWAUKEE, WI (WHBL) - The Milwaukee Brewers have won five straight home games after crushing the New York Mets 9-1 Thursday night. The Brewers went up 5-0 after two innings and never looked back. The Crew is now 29-24 at Miller Park after going 4-0 there since the All-Star break. With all the other contenders idle, the Brewers extended their National League Central lead to three games. They also regained the best record in the league at 58-45, overtaking idle San Francisco in that department. Jonathan Lucroy, Ryan Braun, and Khris Davis all homered and drove in two runs each against the Mets. Jean Segura belted a two-run triple, as 7 of Milwaukee's 10 hits went for extra bases. New York was only held to two hits, as Matt Garza threw a gem. He gave up just two hits in eight innings, including the Mets' only tally of the night - a solo homer from Lucas Duda. Garza evened his record to 7-7. Dillon Gee gave up a season-high six runs in five frames. He dropped to 4-3 overall, and 0-4 lifetime against Milwaukee. Lucroy's blast was the first homer Gee had given up to a right-handed hitter since April 11th. New York has lost four of its last six. The Brewers have won four straight, scoring a total of 23 runs in those contests. The same two teams play again tonight at Miller Park. Right-hander Yovani Gallardo starts against Mets' right-hander Zack Wheeler. Pregame coverage on WHBL begins at 6:35.