PHOENIX (AP) -- Chris Narveson gave up three hits pitching into the sixth inning and drove in a run, three Milwaukee players homered and the Brewers beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 6-1 on Sunday to complete a three-game sweep.
The Brewers, who routed Arizona 17-3 on Saturday night, got homers from Prince Fielder, Casey McGehee and Gregg Zaun to win for the fifth time in six games and finish their road trip 6-4.
Narveson (3-0), a left-hander in his third start since replacing Jeff Suppan in the rotation, allowed a run on three hits. He struck out eight, walked two and singled to bring in Milwaukee's second run. Two of the hits he gave up were infield singles by Justin Upton and Stephen Drew. The other was Adam LaRoche's two-out RBI single in the sixth that ended Narvison's afternoon.
The Brewers broke it open with McGehee's three-run homer and Zaun's solo shot off reliever Esmerling Vasquez in the eighth, after Arizona botched a shot at tying the game at 2-2 in the seventh.
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