ARLINGTON — Max Scherzer moved to 11th on the strikeout list shortly before landing in an erratic moment when he forced a pair of runs and the NL Central-leading Milwaukee Brewers beat the Milwaukee Brewers 6-2. A three-game sweep of the Texas Rangers on Sunday.
Corey Seager hit his 23rd homer for the AL West-leading Rangers (72-52), who matched their career high with four straight losses.
Ninth-in-the-order Tyrone Taylor hit a two-run triple and scored three times for Milwaukee (68-57), which has a three-game division lead over the Chicago Cubs.
Brewers starter Adrian Houser (5-4) struck out seven and allowed one run in five innings. Closer Devin Williams had 30 saves in 33 chances, including two on and one run in the final out.
Scherzer (12-5) won his first three starts for Texas since his trade from the New York Mets.
Brewers, Dominicans Carlos Santana 5-1, with RBI; Willie Adams was 4-0 with an RBI. Puerto Rican Victor Caratini is 5-1, scoring one run. Venezuela Andrew Monasterio 5-0.
For the Rangers, Dominican Ezequiel Duran scored a run to make it 3-2; Leody Taveras is 4-0 with an RBI. Cuba JP Martinez 4-0.