(WNFL)- The Milwaukee Brewers are tied for the most road wins in the Majors with 23. And they hope to make it 24 this afternoon, when they close out their four-game series at Arizona. The Brewers still have a two-games-to-one edge in the series, after a one-run defeat last night in which Tony Campana earned his first career walk-off hit. It snapped a four-game winning streak for the Crew away from Miller Park. Brewers' center-fielder Carlos Gomez will go for a career-high 15-game winning streak today. He also hopes to extend his streak of 31 games while reaching base -- the longest in the Majors right now. Gomez has hit .310 during his current hitting string. Catcher Jonathan Lucroy continues to have Milwaukee's hottest bat. He's hitting .419 in his last 16 games with six homers and 15 RBI's. The Brewers continue to hold first place in the National League Central by three-and-a-half games over Saint Louis. Yovani Gallardo faces Arizona rookie Chase Anderson in a 2:40 first pitch from Chase Field in Phoenx
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