NEW YORK, NY (WHBL) - Marco Estrada gave up two more homers Tuesday night, including a grand slam, as the Milwaukee Brewers lost to the Mets in New York, 6-2. Daniel Murphy belted a two-run shot off Estrada in the third. And catcher Taylor Teagarden, who was making his Mets' debut after being called up from Triple-"A", hit a grand slam in the sixth. Estrada has now given up 20 home runs this season, six more than anyone else in the Majors. He lasted six innings, surrendering all six New York runs on four hits with four walks and five strikeouts. The loss dropped Estrada to 5-3. Daisuke Matsuzaka got the win to go 3-0. He gave up a run on three hits in six frames, with three walks and five strikeouts. The Brewers lost despite out-hitting the Mets 6-5. Lyle Overbay and Carlos Gomez both had R-B-I doubles, as Milwaukee lost its second game in its last five. The Mets ended a six-game losing streak, and avoided their first seven-game losing string in more than three years. The Brewers' lead in the National League Central dropped to four games over second-place Saint Louis. Milwaukee and New York play again tonight in the Big Apple. Right-hander Wily Peralta faces Mets' right-hander Jacob deGrom. Pregame coverage on WHBL begins at 5:35.