SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (Ticker) --
turned in a solid effort to end his streak and help the
Day pitched six strong innings to end a personal three-game slide and
had two hits and scored twice to lift the Expos to a season-high fourth straight win, 3-2 over the
The winning streak is Montreal's longest since a four-game run last September.
"It's good to be on the positive side and talk about winning instead of having to explain why we're losing," Expos manager
said. "We've got to take it one game at a time, put these four games behind and continue to have some big hits."
Day (3-4) surrendered 11 earned runs in 18 2/3 innings over his previous three starts but was in command in this one. He allowed an earned run and eight hits in six innings with three walks and five strikeouts.
"Not exactly Zach tonight, but he made some pitches to get out of trouble and keep himself in the ballgame," Robinson said.
Batista scored on a second-inning single by
to forge a 1-1 tie. He crossed the plate again in the fourth on a base hit by
to give the Expos a 3-1 lead.
's run-scoring single off
in the seventh sliced the deficit to 3-2, but the Brewers suffered their third loss in four games.
Cordero worked two innings before
worked around a hit in the ninth for his ninth save.
(3-3) yielded three runs and seven hits in six innings, striking out three without a walk. Davis has allowed three runs or fewer in his past seven starts but is just 2-2 during the span.
It's out of (my) control what we do on offense," Davis said. "I've thrown the ball well all year except for one start."
had three hits and
singled in the third inning to extend his hitting streak to 18 games for Milwaukee.
left the game in the sixth inning after suffering leg cramps when he was forced out at second on Wilkerson's grounder. Everett came off the disabled before the game after missing a month with a shoulder injury.
"His leg cramped up on him a little bit while he was running to second base," Robinson said. "I was going to take him out at some point anyway. He wasn't going to play the whole game."
Milwaukee scored in the first inning on
's RBI single. Clark went 2-for-4 while
was 0-for-4 and is now 14-for-65 (.215) in his last 15 games.