Cleveland topped Milwaukee 6-2 on Wednesday afternoon at Miller Park as Carlos Carrasco struck out 14 Brewers in a complete game victory.
Carrasco only gave up five hits in the victory. Cleveland got out in front 4-0 after the top of the fourth inning, and the teams traded runs in the seventh and ninth innings to get to the final score.
Four of the Brewers' five hits came from the top three spots in the order. Corey Knebel threw one inning in his first game back from the disabled list, giving up a hit and a run.
Milwaukee is on the road Thursday when they head to Colorado to take on the Rockies.