The Milwaukee Brewers hit six homers and Jimmy Nelson ties a career high with eleven strikeouts, as the Crew crushes the Reds in Cincinnati 11-3 to avoid being swept for three games. Jonathan Villar homered twice, Ryan Braun went yard in his second straight game, Jesus Aguilar drove in four with three hits including a homer, and Manny Pina and Domingo Santana hit the other round trippers. The Brewers scored four times in both the third and fourth innings to break the game open, as Milwaukee completed a 2-4 road trip while keeping its one game lead on second place Chicago in the National League Central. Nelson went seven innings, giving up two runs on three hits as he improved to 6-4. Reds’ starter Homer Bailey gave up six runs in three frames in his second start following elbow surgery, falling 0-2 while Joey Votto homered twice for Cincy.