Colin Moran and Gregory Polanco homered for the Pirates, who have followed a six-game skid by winning five of seven.

MILWAUKEE (AP) — J.T. Brubaker struck out eight in six impressive innings and the Pittsburgh Pirates extended their recent surge by beating the Milwaukee Brewers 6-1.

Colin Moran and Gregory Polanco homered for the Pirates, who have followed a six-game skid by winning five of seven.

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Adam Frazier added a two-run triple.

Brubaker yielded one run and four hits, lowering his ERA to 1.76 in three starts this season.

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The right-hander didn’t walk anybody, though he did hit three batters.

Adrian Houser allowed three runs in 4 1/3 innings, ending Milwaukee’s franchise-record streak of eight straight games in which its starting pitchers worked at least five innings while allowing no more than one run.

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