The Milwaukee Brewers are in first place at the All Star break for only the fifth time in their 48 year history. The Brewers have a five and one half game lead on both Chicago and Saint Louis in the National League Central after winning their 50th game Sunday, 5-3 against the Yankees in New York. Travis Shaw hit a three run homer and drove in four — Jimmy Nelson struck out six in seven innings to improve to 8-4 — and Corey Knebel pitched a four out save, as the Yankees had the tying run at the plate when Knebel struck out the side. The Yankees temporarily had a 6-5 lead in the sixth, when Chase Headley ran the bases for a three run homer that was nullified when a replay showed that the ball was barely foul — and Clint Frazier powered the New York offense for a second straight day with a two run homer. Milwaukee is 50-41, as Knebel heads to Miami as an N-L All Star while the remainder of the Brewers rest before their next game Friday night at home against Philadelphia.