(Milwaukee, WI) — Tyler Webb gives up a grand slam in his first pitch as a Milwaukee Brewer, and it gave the Crew a 5-2 home loss to Philadelphia. Nick Williams hit the decisive homer in the sixth inning after reliever Rob Scahill gave up three consecutive singles and took the loss to fall to 1-3. Webb was acquired by the Brewers last week in a trade with the Yankees for minor league first baseman Garrett Cooper. Brett Phillips drove in both Milwaukee runs with a pinch hit homer in the fifth, his first Major League home run, but it wasn’t enough as Milwaukee failed to sweep its first series since the All Star break. Philadelphia became the final team in the Majors to win its 30th game of the year, while the Brewers’ hold on first place in the National League Central dropped to four and one half games on second place Chicago.