Brewers bash Mets pitching again, come back for 11-9 win

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MILWAUKEE, WI - MAY 14: Manny Pina #9 of the Milwaukee Brewers reacts after hitting a home run in the eighth inning against the New York Mets at Miller Park on May 14, 2017 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Players are wearing pink to celebrate Mother's Day weekend and support breast cancer awareness. (Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images)

MILWAUKEE — Manny Pina hit a three-run homer with two outs in the bottom of the eighth inning, capping the Milwaukee Brewers’ comeback from a six-run deficit for an 11-9 win Sunday over the New York Mets.

The Brewers swept the three-game series from struggling New York. The Mets have lost four straight.

Pina hit a 3-2 slider from Addison Reed (0-2) over the wall in left. The Brewers catcher celebrated by slapping a hand against his chest after rounding first and pointing to fans in the stands as he skipped toward a dugout full of by happy teammates.

The Brewers scored 10 runs over their final three innings, teeing off on the Mets bullpen after a solid start by Jacob deGrom. He allowed eight hits and four runs before being lifted in the seventh after allowing a leadoff single to Domingo Santana.

Neftali Feliz (1-4) got the win despite allowing a run in eighth. Corey Knebel picked up his first save by pitching a scoreless ninth.

Michael Conforto finished a single short of the cycle and scored four runs. He and Neil Walker hit back-to-back, two-run doubles in the fifth to build a 7-1 lead before the Brewers’ potent offense started chipping away against the Mets bullpen. Four New York relievers allowed seven runs on five hits and three walks.

The Brewers moved to four games over .500 for the first time since Sept. 24, 2014.

The Mets’ battered pitching staff took another demoralizing hit. They lost closer Jeurys Familia and ace Noah Syndergaard this month to long-term injuries, and starters Matt Harvey and Robert Gsellman have struggled.

Starter Wily Peralta struggled through 4 1/3 innings for Milwaukee, allowing seven hits and seven runs.