ST. PETERSBURG, FL (WHBL) - Former Brewers' pitching prospect Jake Odorizzi threw a gem against his old team Monday night, as Tampa Bay topped Milwaukee 2-1. The Crew's first-round draft choice from 2008 gave up one run on just three hits in seven innings, and the Crew was held hitless after that. Odorizzi won his third straight start. He's 5-1 in his last six decisions while his overall mark for the year improved to 7-8. Jake McGee pitched the ninth for his 12th save. Milwaukee's only run came on a Mark Reynolds homer in the third inning. The Rays won the game with a two-run single from James Loney in the sixth off Kyle Lohse, who took the loss after getting back-to-back victories. Lohse fanned six in six innings, but got no help from his offense as he fell to 11-5 on the year, and 5-4 lifetime against Tampa. Milwaukee second baseman Scooter Gennett returned to the starting lineup after missing five games with tightness in his right quadriceps. With the loss, the Brewers now lead the National League Central by one-and-a-half games over Saint Louis and two over Pittsburgh, which won a shutout at San Francisco late Monday night. The Rays are now 10-1 since July 12th, and they'll host the Crew again tonight. Former Tampa right-hander Matt Garza faces Rays' righty Alex Cobb. Pregame coverage on WHBL begins at 5:35.