MILWAUKEE (AP) Scooter Gennett had a career-high four hits, Jimmy Nelson pitched into the seventh inning and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Philadelphia Phillies 4-2 on Saturday night.

Gennett had four singles in four at-bats, drove in two runs and scored the tiebreaking run on Jean Segura's hit in the seventh.

Milwaukee improved to 6-0 against Philadelphia this year - its most wins over the Phillies in any season.

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Nelson struck out six and gave up two runs and five hits in 6 2-3 innings. Wil Smith (6-2) got the final out of the seventh.

Francisco Rodriguez pitched the ninth for his 33rd consecutive save, including all 27 this year.

Philadelphia's Justin De Fratus (0-2) allowed a run and two hits while getting just two outs in the seventh.

Starter Jerome Williams gave up two runs - one earned - and five hits in six innings, leaving with the game tied 2-all.

Gennett's single in the ninth scored Jonathan Lucroy for a 4-2 lead.

In the seventh, Gennett led off with a bunt single down the third base line. He took second on a wild pitch and scored on a single to center by Segura for a 3-2 lead.

Philadelphia held a 2-0 lead when Milwaukee scored twice in the fifth with help from two Phillies errors.

A single by Gennett bounced off the glove of left fielder Cody Asche that let Khris Davis easily score from second. A single by Elian Herrera and an overthrow by right fielder Jeff Francoeur trying to get Segura at third ended up in the camera pit and allowed him to score.

TRAINER'S ROOM

Phillies: Maikel Franco is expected to return Tuesday, according to Philadelphia manager Pete Mackanin. Franco left the game Tuesday after getting hit on the wrist by a pitch.

Brewers: Segura's head hit the left knee of Cesar Hernandez as he slid into third in the fifth. After a brief visit from the trainer, Segura remained in the game.

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