The Mets' 10-run fourth inning was highlighted by Wilmer Flores' grand slam. The 14 runs and 16 hits were season-highs for the Mets, who were shut out the night before and had scored a total of 10 runs in the losing streak. The 14 runs were a Mets' record at Citi Field.
The Mets were 16-for-39 (.410) for the night. They were hitting .233 as a team before Saturday.
Daniel Murphy and Michael Cuddyer had two-run doubles in the fourth. Cuddyer started the inning with a single. .. Eric Campbell had an RBI single in his return from Triple-A Las Vegas.
Winning pitcher Jacob deGrom was 3-for-3, including two hits in the fourth. His single in the second scored the Mets' first run. He was the first Mets pitcher with three hits in a game and two in an inning since Chris Young.
DeGrom (4-4) gave up one run and five hits in six innings with six strikeouts and lowered his ERA to 3.21.
Brewers starter Matt Garza was charged with all but one of the runs in the fourth.
Kevin Plawecki, whose RBI fielder's choice scored the first run in the fourth, hit a solo homer in the seventh. That was followed by Curtis Granderson's two-run homer. Granderson was 3-for-5.
The Mets finish the three-game series against Milwaukee Sunday at Citi Field (1:10 p.m., WPIX). Noah Syndergaard (0-1, 5.06) faces Wily Peralta (1-4, 3.80).