Brewers pound Tigers to keep share of NL Central lead

Jesus Aguilar homered and drove in three runs, and the Milwaukee Brewers clinched at least a first-place tie in the National League Central Division by pummeling the visiting Detroit Tigers 11-0 on Sunday.Pending the outcome of the St. Louis-Chicago game, the Brewers would either face the Cubs in Chicago on Monday to decide the division title or head straight to the opening round as the division champion. Milwaukee (95-67) finished the 162-game schedule on a seven-game winning streak.Ryan Braun supplied two hits, two runs and two RBIs, while Orlando Arcia also drove in two runs. Travis Shaw added a solo homer.Most Valuable Player candidate Christian Yelich went 0-for-2 with two walks and scored twice. Yelich was removed from the game during the top of the eighth and received a standing ovation from the home crowd.Starter Gio Gonzalez (10-11) pitched the minimum five innings to get the victory. He scattered three hits and struck out two.Detroit starter Spencer Turnbull (0-2) gave up four runs on five hits in 5 1/3 innings and struck out a season-high seven.The Tigers (64-98), who were swept in the three-game series, had two runners on with two out in the first, but Mikie Mahtook grounded out.Milwaukee scored two runs in the bottom of the inning. Yelich and Braun drew one-out walks. Following a fielder’s choice, Yelich scored on Aguilar’s infield hit. Mike Moustakas then ripped an RBI single to right.