The Milwaukee Brewers remain in the pennant chase after an important 3-2 win at Los Angeles Sunday. It moved the Brewers to within two games of first place Chicago in the National League Central — it gave the Brewers a 5-4 road trip as they took two of three from both the Major League leading Dodgers and Wild Card holder Colorado — and it ended the Dodgers’ string of 22 series’ wins dating back to early June. Manager Craig Counsell says the Brewers outpitched the Dodgers in the series, with Jimmy Nelson coming through Sunday giving up two runs on four hits in six and two thirds innings — and closer Corey Knebel ending the game by striking out pinch hitter Kyle Farmer for his 29th save. Hernan Perez homered for Milwaukee, which is off today (Monday) before starting a home series with Saint Louis tomorrow (Tuesday) night.