(Cincinnati, OH) — The Milwaukee Brewers take three of four at Cincinnati after beating the Reds 4-2 on Easter Sunday. Eric Thames set a Brewers’ team record by hitting five homers in a four game series — and he had one of three Milwaukee blasts in the finale as Ryan Braun belted a two run homer and Travis Shaw hit a solo shot on his 27th birthday. Wily Peralta improved to 3-0 by giving up two runs on three hits in six innings, and Neftali Feliz struck out two in the ninth for his fourth save. Reds’ starter Saul Romano lasted only three innings in his Major League debut, giving up the Braun and Shaw homers before losing his first decision of the year. Cincinnati remains in first place in the National League Central at 8-5 with the Chicago Cubs second and the Brewers third at 7-6 — and the Crew will open a three game series against the Cubs tonight at Wrigley Field.