Khris Davis and Carlos Gomez took former Brewer righthander Zach Greinke out of the park.  Combined with Mike Fiers outstanding mound work, Milwaukee beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 4-1.  That expands the Brewers’ National League Central Division edge because Pittsburgh and St. Louis both lost.  Fiers held the Dodgers to three hits in eight innings, striking out five to pick up his first win of the season.  The only run he surrendered came on a homer by Adrian Gonzalez.  Los Angelesmade some noise in the ninth inning, Francisco Rodriguez got a groundout from Matt Kemp to claim his 35th save.  Aramis Ramirez ran his hitting streak to 11 games in a row with a three-for-four night.  The Brewers go for the sweep today, but they will be facing Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw.  Jimmy Nelson takes the mound for Milwaukee.