MILWAUKEE, WI (WHBL) - The Cincinnati Reds scored eight runs in the final two innings on Father's Day to crush the Milwaukee Brewers, 13-4 at Miller Park. The Brewers trailed by one in the eighth when Rob Wooten gave up five runs on six hits without recording an out. Marco Estrada gave up three more homers, extending his Major League lead in that department to 23 for the year. Billy Hamilton led off the game with a homer. Brandon Phillips and Todd Frazier each had two-run blasts later on. Estrada took the loss, giving up five runs in five innings. He's now 5-4. Afterward, manager Ron Roenicke said he would keep giving Estrada a chance to work out his bugs, and would not remove him from the Brewers' rotation for now. Mike Leake got the win, giving up all four Milwaukee runs in five frames. He's 4-6, as the Reds have now won four of five. Jonathan Lucroy hit a solo homer for the Crew, and Scooter Gennett belted a two-run double. Carlos Gomez doubled and singled to extend his streak for reaching base safely to 30 games, the longest active streak in the Majors. The Brewers dropped two of three to the Reds, and Milwaukee's division lead over Saint Louis has now been cut to three-and-a-half games in the National League Central. The Crew opens a series at Arizona tonight. Right-hander Wily Peralta will face Diamondbacks' right-hander Brandon McCarthy. Pregame coverage on WHBL begins at 8:05.