MILWAUKEE (Ticker) --
only needed a little time away from home to regain his swing.
Lee homered twice as the Marlins rolled to a 12-4 triumph over the
Lee, who entered the game with just one hit in 16 at-bats since going 4-for-4 on June 3, belted a two-run homer in the first to put Florida ahead 4-0. He added a solo shot in the fourth.
It was the third multi-homer game this season for Lee, who has hit nine of his 12 homers this season on the road.
"I really do seem to hit more home runs on the road than I do at home. I don't know why," Lee said. "Throughout my entire career its been that way. Some people are able to go out on the road and relax more than at home. But I'm a pretty relaxed all the time."
had two hits and two RBI for the Marlins, who padded their lead by scoring a season-high seven runs in the ninth inning.
(4-2) continued his dominance of the Brewers this season, allowing one unearned run in eight innings. In his previous outing against Milwaukee on April 24, he pitched a complete game and struck out 11 in a 4-2 win.
"This year I threw a complete game against (Sheets) and was also able to get my strikeout high," Redman said. "This helped me come to this game with more confidence and win. You go with the same game plan as you beat them with before. I made pretty good adjustments by not throwing the changeup as much with two strikes, instead throwing the fastball with two strikes."
The Brewers got on the board when Milwaukee starter
singled to center field, driving in
. Until the eighth, Milwaukee managed to put runners in scoring position just twice.
"He kept us off-balance all night," Brewers center fielder
said. "He had his changeup working tonight. His fastball was crisp. He was getting his curveball over for strikes at times. When a guy is throwing all his pitches for strikes and is able to keep batters off-balance, he is going to be effective and that's what he was able to do tonight."
Sheets (6-5) allowed five runs - two earned - in seven innings. He did strike out eight for the Brewers, who dropped to 0-4 against Florida this season.
led off the first inning with a single, then stole second.
reached base on a sacrifice bunt and a throwing error by
allowed Pierre to score and Castillo to advance.
Florida took a 12-1 lead into the ninth, but the Brewers rallied for three runs.
"When you're playing with guys like (Richie) Sexson, (Geoff) Jenkins in the lineup, the can pop three or four runs with men on and catch you," Marlins manager Jack McKeon said. "It looked like we didn't need the extra runs, but it turns out in the ninth, we did."
relieved Redman and surrendered a leadoff home run to Helms. Podsednik and Sexson each singled to drive in runs and cut the deficit to 12-4, but Jenkins grounded into a forceout to end the game.