NEW YORK, NY (WHBL) - Wily Peralta won his second straight start as the Milwaukee Brewers topped the Mets in New York Wednesday night, 3-1. The right-hander threw six-and-a-third solid innings and retired nine of the last ten batters he faced. Peralta gave up one run on four hits and a walk, while striking out three - all while a personal family situation was on his mind. After the game, Peralta flew home to his native Dominican Republic. He'll be back in time for his next start on Monday at Arizona. Jean Segura put the Brewers in front for good with a fourth-inning single. Carlos Gomez also had an R-B-I single. Jonathan Lucroy drove in a run with a ground-out, as he went 3 for 5 with a pair of doubles. Curtis Granderson scored the Mets' only run on a sacrifice fly. Peralta went above .500 with the win, and is now 6-5. Francisco Rodriguez threw a perfect ninth for his 20th save. K-Rod became only the third active Major League pitcher to record eight seasons of 20 saves or more. Mets' rookie Jacob deGrom is still winless in his first six Major League starts. He gave up three runs on nine hits in five-and-two-thirds innings, as deGrom fell to 0-3. Mets' skipper Terry Collins was ejected in the fifth when he argued a close play at first in which Taylor Teagarden was called out. The call stood after a replay review. The Mets have now lost seven of their last eight. The Brewers have won three of four. They'll close out their series tonight at Citi Field. Brewers' right-hander Kyle Lohse faces Mets' southpaw Jonathon Niese with pregame coverage on WHBL beginning at 5:35.