PHOENIX -- Jeremy Hellickson threw six strong innings, Chris Owings drove in two runs with a pinch-hit, two-out double and the Arizona Diamondbacks beat Milwaukee 3-0 on Sunday to take three of four from the suddenly punchless Brewers, shut out in consecutive games for the first time this season.
Jake Lamb tripled, doubled, drove in a run and scored another for the Diamondbacks, who put a successful finish to an otherwise disappointing 4-6 homestand.
After scoring 27 runs in the four games before coming to Arizona, the Brewers managed just five in four against the Diamondbacks. Arizona won Saturday 2-0 behind right-hander Rubby De La Rosa.
Hellickson (7-6) allowed four hits, struck out six, walked three and hit a batter. Relievers Andrew Chafin and David Hernandez threw a perfect inning apiece before Brad Ziegler completed the shutout for his 17th save, the last 15 in a row.
Matt Garza (5-11) gave up three runs on seven hits in 5 2-3 innings for Milwaukee. He struck out five, walked three and hit a batter. Garza is 1-4 in his last five starts but was coming off a six scoreless-inning effort against Cleveland.
With Arizona nursing a 1-0 lead, Lamb opened the sixth inning with a double down the right field line. Nick Ahmed drew a one-out walk, then Oscar Hernandez struck out. That brought up Owings, who doubled just inside the left field line to clear the bases and make it 3-0.
The Diamondbacks broke a scoreless tie in the fourth when A.J. Pollock led off with a four-pitch walked and scored when Lamb tripled off the wall in center. Lamb was stranded when Garza retired the next three batters, two by strikeout.
Milwaukee's Gerardo Parra, a leading candidate to be traded before Friday's deadline, singled in the third to extend his hitting streak to 10 games.
Brewers left fielder Khris Davis dropped a routine flyball to prolong the third but Paul Goldschmidt struck out to end the inning. Davis also struck out four times.
The Brewers had runners at first and second with one out in the first but Hellickson fanned Davis and Scooter Gennett. They repeated the scenario in the fifth, with Davis striking out and Gennett grounding out to first to end the threat.
Milwaukee moves to the second leg of its seven-game trip, opening a three-game series Monday night in San Francisco. Kyle Lohse (5-11, 6.29 ERA) starts for the Brewers, Chris Heston (10-5, 3.18) for the Giants.