Wilson's first home run was a two-run shot off Brewers starter
in the third inning that brought the Rockies within 5-4. After Milwaukee scored three runs in the fourth, Wilson added a solo blast off
in the bottom half to get Colorado back to 8-6.
In the eighth, Wilson bounced into a double play with the bases loaded. Still, he has seven RBI in his last four games and three homers in the last two contests.
"It's definitely an honor," Wilson said. "It's kind of unbelievable. But we still have a long way to go in the season and I think the biggest thing is to play consistently from here on out."
The Rockies took the lead with four runs in the sixth inning.
had an RBI single,
delivered a two-run base hit and
lifted a sacrifice fly to make it 10-8.
Walker reached safely in all six plate appearances. He had another single and tied a team record with four walks.
"Our guys have really taken some pride in showing some discipline and drawing some walks," Rockies manager
said. "We get 12 walks tonight, that's something that hasn't happened to us in a long time."
Lefthander Valerio de los Santos (1-3) failed to retire any of the four batters he faced in the sixth and took the loss.
"Leads are never safe here," said Brewers first baseman
, who tied a career high with four hits, including his 28th home run. "You have to keep piling them on, and we were never really able to do that."
While de los Santos was the loser, former closer
gave up Payton's two-run single and blew his eighth save in 25 chances.
"D.J. got thrown in a real tough situation, bases loaded, no out," Milwaukee manager
said. "We'll be back out there tomorrow."
The rally made a winner of
(4-6), who allowed one hit in 2 1/3 scoreless innings. Cook was called on early after starter
was battered for eight runs and 11 hits in 3 2/3 innings.
"We were in the game the whole time," Cook said. "My job out of the bullpen is to keep us right there."