After defeating Pittsburgh 5-2 on Tuesday night at American Family Field, Milwaukee has won three straight games.
Corbin Burnes pitched another excellent game for the Brewers. The Cy Young Award winner pitched seven innings, allowing two runs on four hits while striking out ten batters.
He threw 107 pitches, the third-most in his career, and picked up his first victory of the season.
In the eighth inning, Burnes handed the ball over to Devin Williams. Williams had his best performance so far, retiring the side with just 11 pitches after some difficult outings earlier in the season.
Josh Hader would come in after him and pitch a perfect ninth inning to earn his fifth save of the season.
A two-run homer by first baseman Rowdy Tellez and a two-RBI double by second baseman Kolten Wong put Milwaukee up 4-0 after the second inning.
Hunter Renfroe added an extra run with a solo home run in the eighth inning, his first with the Brewers.
Former Brewers slugger Daniel Vogelbach and Josh VanMeter each hit a solo home run for Pittsburgh.
Milwaukee improved to 7-5 on the season with the win, and the Brewers will try to complete the series against the Pirates on Wednesday afternoon.