Eric Thames hits his first homer since May ninth, and Junior Guerra throws six shutout innings to give the Milwaukee Brewers a 7-1 victory against the Mets in New York. Thames’ 436-foot blast was his 14th homer of the year and his first in 16 games, and it put Mets’ starter Jacob deGrom in a 2-0 hole after just two batters. Eric Sogard led off Wednesday’s contest with the first of his three walks, and he singled as well — and Keon Broxton also homered as Milwaukee won for just the third time in its last ten games. Michael Conforto hit a run scoring double for the Mets when they were down to their final at bat. DeGrom gave up all seven Milwaukee runs in four innings to drop to 4-2 — and Guerra won his first decision as the Crew can earn a split of its four game series with the Mets by winning the finale this (Thursday) afternoon at Citi Field.