The Milwaukee Brewers scored double digit runs for the first time this season, knocking off the Minnesota Twins 10-5 at Miller Park on Wednesday night.
Aaron Hill put the Brewers ahead for good with his first home run of the season to lead off the sixth inning. Domingo Santana and Chris Carter also went yard. Carter also doubled and finished with three runs batted in as the Brewers outhit the Twins 13-to-12.
Jimmy Nelson got the win and improved to 3-1, despite giving up home runs to Eddie Rosario and Oswaldo Arcia. Nelson struck out six Twins in 6 2/3 innings.
Ryan Pressly took the loss in relief for Minnesota, which has lost two straight after winning four in a row.
The Brewers assured themselves of at least a split in their four game, home and home series with Minnesota which wraps up Thursday afternoon at Miller Park.