The Milwaukee Brewers now have a three game losing streak after getting crushed at Minnesota 11-4 Tuesday night. The Twins scored six runs in the fourth inning to break the game open, including Brian Dozier’s first career grand slam. Dozier also singled twice and had five R-B-Is, while Eddie Rosario and Max Kepler each homered twice to give Minnesota victories in both Target Field contests in the four game home and home Interleague series that continues in Milwaukee tonight (Wednesday). Matt Garza dropped to 5-6, giving up eight runs and four homers in three and one third innings — and reliever Tyler Duffey won his first decision. Domingo Santana, Keon Broxton, and Jonathan Villar had R-B-Is for Milwaukee, which remains one and a half games behind first place Chicago in the N-L Central after the Cubs lost Tuesday night at San Francisco.