The Milwaukee Brewers made it four in a row by completing a two game sweep of the Pirates in Pittsburgh, winning 4-1 on Thursday night at PNC Park. Milwaukee touched Paul Maholm for two runs in the first inning, Prince Fielder knocking in his 15th run of the year. Randy Wolf proceeded to mow down the Pirates, getting his first win by going 6 and two thirds innings, allowing three hits and striking out 10. The Brewers tacked on two more runs in the 9th and were one out away from a second straight shutout. John Axford got himself in trouble with a pair of walks and a single and uncorked a wild pitch that brought home the Pirates only run. The Brewers have reeled off 7 out of 8 and are in second place in the National League Central, one game behind Cincinnati. The road trip continues this weekend in Washington for a three game set with the Nationals. Chris Narveson opens on the mound against Tom Gorzelanny.