ATLANTA (AP) – Curacao's Ozzie Albies started the seventh inning by breaking the tie with one of Atlanta's three home runs, and the Braves endured 19 hits from Milwaukee to beat the Brewers 8-7 on Sunday. Venezuelan Ronald Acuña Jr. and Dansby Swanson hit two-run homers for Atlanta, which won two of three games in a series between teams that fight a playoff ticket. The Venezuelan Jesus Aguilar produced four runs with three hits, including a three-goal homer, for the Milwaukee cause. The Brewers left 13 runners on base. The inability of Milwaukee to respond to the bat with runners reached its maximum level in the seventh episode. Facing Jonny Venters (2-1), Ryan Braun hit a grounder for a double play with a full house to finish the inning. A.J. Minter pitched the ninth inning to add his 10th save in 11 chances. Milwaukee starter Chase Anderson was lowered from the mound after four innings, giving up four runs, five hits and two walks. For the Braves, the Venezuelans Ronald Acuña Jr. 3-1 with scored and two RBIs, and Ender Inciarte 4-0. The Panamanian Johan Camargo of 4-1 with one pushed. The curator Albies of 4-1 with scored and one produced. For the Brewers, the Venezuelans Aguilar 4-3 with scored and four RBIs, Hernán Pérez 5-3 with run scored, Manny Piña 4-1 with scored, and Jhoulys Chacin 1-0.