(WNFL)- The Milwaukee Brewers will play Philadelphia again tonight at Citizens Bank Park, where Ryan Braun has been on a tear. He's batted .405 in 20 regular season games at the Phillies' home park. It's where he belted three homers and tied a Brewers' record with seven RBI's in a 10-4 Milwaukee victory yesterday. Braun has 10 homers and 21 RBI's in front of the boisterous Philly fans who now boo him for using synthetic testosterone and lying about it for almost two years. Overall, Braun has batted .392 in 44 career contests against the Phils with 17 homers and 37 driven in. Braun says it's a good ballpark to hit in, and he likes competing against the likes of Jimmy Rollins and Chase Utley. Tonight, right-hander Matt Garza will start for Milwaukee against Phillies' right-hander Roberto Hernandez. Garza took a no-hitter into the seventh inning last Wednesday, before the Brewers went on to lose a 1-nothing game to Atlanta. Hernandez gave up two runs in five-and-a-third innings of his opener against the Chicago Cubs. Milwaukee has won four straight road games. They have not won five straight away from home since 1987, when they were 7-and-0 before losing.
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