PHOENIX, AZ (WHBL) - Yovani Gallardo improved to 7-0 lifetime against Arizona, as the Milwaukee Brewers defeated the Diamondbacks 4-1 Thursday afternoon in Phoenix. Gallardo went seven innings, giving up a run on five hits with four strikeouts. He's now 5-4 on the year. Francisco Rodriguez threw a scoreless ninth for his 23rd save. He moved into sole possession of 14th on the all-time Major League career save list with 327. Ryan Braun and hot-hitting Jonathan Lucroy were both given the day off, and the Brewers did not get a hit until the fifth inning off Arizona rookie Chase Anderson. Aramis Ramirez doubled, and Lyle Overbay hit a chopper off the mound for an R-B-I double. Ramirez also had a run-scoring single, as did Carlos Gomez, who extended his hitting streak to 15 games and his Major League-high on-base streak to 32 games. Elian Herrera drove in Milwaukee's other run, as the Crew out-hit the D-Backs 9-7. Gallardo had a no-hitter going until the fourth, when Chris Owings hit a bloop single. Didi Gregorious drove home Arizona's only run on a force-out. Anderson went six innings and took the loss. He's 5-2, as Arizona dropped three of four against the Brewers and seven of their last nine overall. The Crew extended its National League Central Division lead to four-and-a-half games, and they now have the Majors' best road record at 24-15. The Brewers will open a series in Colorado tonight. Right-hander Marco Estrada goes against Rockies' southpaw Christian Bergman. Tune in to WHBL for pregame coverage beginning at 7:05.