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Brewers offense firing on all cylinders

(WNFL)- The Milwaukee Brewers' offense has come alive during the team's current five-game winning streak. The Crew has batted .321 in three victories at Boston and two at Philadelphia. That's after Milwaukee hit a dismal .178 in three home games against Atlanta to start the season. Only time will tell whether the Brewers will have a feast-or-famine offense like they did a year ago, when Milwaukee only had 74 victories -- its fewest since 2006. For now, the Brewers are savoring their high-powered offense which has allowed them to go 5-and-0 on the road for the first time since 1987. Brewers' first baseman Mark Reynolds says it's fun to be quote, "getting hit after hit." Reynolds scored the game-winning run in last night's 9-to-4 win at Philadelphia -- and he belted a two-run homer in the ninth to cap off the victory. Ryan Braun has nine R-B-I's in the series. The Brewers will go for their second straight road sweep at Philly tonight. Right-hander Marco Estrada faces Phillies' southpaw Cliff Lee