Brewers hit 5 homers in 10-4 win over Pirates

MILWAUKEE -- The Milwaukee Brewers continued their dominance of the Pittsburgh Pirates at Miller Park by pounding out 5 home runs in Monday night's 10-4 win.

Hot-hitting Jean Segura started the home run parade by belting a 2-run shot in the 5 run first inning.  The Crew hit back to back homers for the first time this season; in fact, they did it twice.  Winning pitcher Yovani Gallardo (10-2 lifetime vs. Pirates) hit one in the 4th inning; Nori Aoki followed with one of his own; in the fifth, Carlos Gomez and Yuniesky Betancourt (20 RBI) left the yard.

Gallardo went 7 innings for the win; he retired his last 13 batters in order.

The 9 game homestand continues Tuesday night; since 2007, the Brewers are 45-7 against Pittsburgh at Miller Park.