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Brewers get to Mets’ bullpen again, come back for 8-7 win

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MILWAUKEE, WI - MAY 27: Lorenzo Cain #6, Jesus Aguilar #24, and Christian Yelich #22 of the Milwaukee Brewers celebrate after Aguilar hit a home run in the third inning against the New York Mets at Miller Park on May 27, 2018 in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. (Photo by Dylan Buell/Getty Images)

MILWAUKEE — Domingo Santana’s two-run double highlighted a four-run seventh inning for the Milwaukee Brewers, who shelled the New York Mets’ battered bullpen again and then held on for an 8-7 win on Sunday.

Jesus Aguilar added a three-run homer and four RBIs for the NL Central leaders. The Brewers won their fifth straight series by taking three of four games from the struggling Mets.

The Brewers teed off on three relievers in the decisive seventh. After Robert Gsellman walked Jesus Aguilar to put runners on first and second with two outs, Jerry Blevins (1-1) gave up an RBI single to Travis Shaw.

Manager Mickey Callaway lifted Blevins after one batter for Paul Sewald, but the righty allowed Santana’s flare down the right-field line for a double before Jonathan Villar drove Santana home with another double.

Milwaukee got to the Mets’ bullpen again after tagging New York relievers for eight runs and 13 hits in a 17-6 victory on Saturday.

The Brewers won for the sixth time in seven games, but endured their own nervous moments late when struggling closer Corey Knebel gave up a solo homer to Devin Mesoraco in the ninth to draw the Mets within a run.

Knebel then walked potential tying run Amed Rosario, who later stole second. But Knebel struck out Asdrubal Cabrera and Michael Conforto on fastballs to the end the game for his fourth save.

Boone Logan (1-0) was credited the win despite giving up Cabrera’s solo homer in the seventh.

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