The undoing of Marco Estrada this season has been the long ball. He gave up two more home runs in the New York Mets 6-2 victory at Citi Field Tuesday night. Daniel Murphy hit a two run shot in the third inning and Taylor Teagarden launched a grand slam home run in the 6th. Both homers were preceded by walks including three in a row before Teagarden's blast. Estrada has now given up a major league leading 20 home runs on the season as his record dips to 5-3. He was charged with six runs in six innings on only four hits but had four walks. Lyle Overbay and Carlos Gomez had RBI's for the Brewers who managed only a run on three hits through six innings against winning pitcher Diseke Matsuzaka (3-0). Milwaukee (37-28) had their division lead cut to four games and they'll send Wily Peralta to the mound in game two of the series Wednesday night. Pre-game coverage begins at 5:35 PM on WTAQ.