Freddy Garcia allowed two runs through 6 2/3 innings for the Braves, who inch closer to home field advantage for the National League playoffs with the win. The Braves remain 1/2 game ahead of the St. Louis Cardinals for the National League's best record.
Atlanta's magic number for home field advantage is down to four.
Braves closer Craig Kimbrel notched the win after striking out the side in the ninth.
Shortstop Jeff Bianchi homered and Scooter Gennett added a pair of singles for the Brewers.
The three-game series with the Brewers will conclude tomorrow night at Turner Field with the Braves sending Paul Maholm (10-10, 4.44) to the mound to face Kyle Lohse (10-10, 3.51). Game time is scheduled for 7:10 PM.
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