Taking advantage of the few strikes he saw, Christian Yelich hit his major league-leading 17th and 18th homers to help Zach Davies and the Milwaukee Brewers beat host Philadelphia 11-3 on Thursday.
Yasmani Grandal and Mike Moustakas also went deep.
Davies (5-0) allowed three runs — one earned — and four hits in six innings.
Yelich had three hits and scored three times, and is batting .342. The Phillies pitched around him most of the series. "You just trust in your teammates, trust in the guy behind you to do some damage," Yelich said. "The goal is to get on base, keep the line moving."
"I've never seen anybody this good for this long," teammate Ryan Braun said of Yelich. "It's really special."
Washington 7, New York 6: Gerardo Parra hit a tiebreaking, two-run homer in the fifth and Sean Doolittle stopped the Mets' ninth-inning rally by striking out Keon Broxton with the bases loaded as the host Nationals edged New York. Michael Conforto hit a tying, three-run homer in the third inning but left with a concussion in the fifth after a collision pursuing a pop-up.
Atlanta 10, St. Louis 2: Freddie Freeman went 3-for-3 with a homer and three RBI as the Braves routed the visiting Cardinals.
Cincinnati 4, Chicago 2: Eugenio Suarez singled home the go-ahead run during a fifth-inning downpour and added another RBI single as the host Reds beat the Cubs.
Texas 16, Kansas City 1: Rougned Odor homered twice, and Willie Calhoun went deep for the second straight day as the Rangers hit five homers in all to rout the host Royals.
Oakland 17, Detroit 3: Jurickson Profar hit his first career grand slam and the visiting A's easily won their 13th straight over the Tigers. Josh Phegley had four hits, including one of Oakland's five home runs.
Cleveland 14, Baltimore 7: Jason Kipnis homered twice and drove in a career-high six runs as the Indians hammered the visiting Orioles. Cleveland trailed 5-1 before taking the lead on Carlos Santana's RBI single in the sixth.
Chicago 4, Toronto 2: Ryan Cordell's RBI on suicide squeeze bunt in the bottom of the eighth broke a 2-all tie as the White Sox edged the Blue Jays.
• The Cubs and Cardinals will play a regular-season series in London next season, a source confirmed.