MILWAUKEE, WI (WHBL) - The Milwaukee Brewers still have a two-game division lead, after splitting four with the New York Mets. The Crew was shut out Sunday, 2-0 at Miller Park. Lucas Duda homered in the sixth inning with a man on for the game's only scoring. Jimmy Nelson gave up that blast. It was his only mistake in seven frames in which he gave up five hits and struck out six. Nelson also earned his first Major League hit as he dropped to 1-2. Jacob deGrom threw six-and-a-third scoreless innings for the Mets, giving up four hits with a pair of walks and four strikeouts. DeGrom won his fourth start in a row, fanning 30 in that stretch as he improved to 5-5. The Brewers put up a slight threat in the bottom of the ninth, getting two singles off Mets' closer Jenrry Mejia. But Lyle Overbay grounded out to end the game, and Mejia earned his 15th save. Khris Davis and Jean Segura each had a pair of hits as the Milwaukee offense churned out only six singles and nothing for extra bases. Duda homered three times in his four Miller Park outings and drove in six runs. The Brewers are now two games up on second-place Saint Louis in the National League Central, three ahead of Pittsburgh, and six up on Cincinnati. Milwaukee now hits the road for a three-game Interleague series at Tampa Bay starting tonight. Right-hander Kyle Lohse starts against former Brewers' prospect Jake Odorizzi. Pregame coverage on WHBL starts at 5:35.