The Milwaukee Brewers enjoyed a week away from Miller Park finishing off a second consecutive series sweep beating the Philadelphia Phillies 6-2 at Citizens Bank Ballpark Thursday night. Milwaukee extended it's winning streak to six games by continuing an offensive surge. They've average 7 runs and nearly 13 hits a game since they spoiled World Series champion Boston's home opening series last weekend and another three game set in Philadelphia. Marco Estrada picked up the win going six innings, allowing five hits and two runs. Marlon Byrd game the Phillies a lead with a solo home run in the second. Milwaukee answered with two in the 4th and led three one heading into the bottom of the sixth. Philly loaded the bases but Estrada worked out of the jam allowing only one more run. The Brewers broke it open with three more in the top of the 7th. Carlos Gomez continued his torrid stretch going three for five with an RBI, Khris Davis had two runs batted in and Ryan Braun went two for three with a sacrifice fly. The bullpen worked three innings allowing only 1 hit. The Brewers scored 25 runs on 38 hits in the series. At 7-2, they share the best record in baseball with Washington and the Brewers return home to open a big weekend series with the Pittsburgh Pirates who are only one game behind Milwaukee in the NL Central Division. Wily Peralta will face Francisco Liriano in the series opener at Miller Park Friday night.