MILWAUKEE (AP) _ David Justice had a pair of home runs and four RBIs to back Dave Burba, who won his fifth consecutive decision and led the Cleveland Indians over the Milwaukee Brewers 8-4 Monday night.

Burba (6-1) allowed three runs and seven hits in six innings, striking out eight as Cleveland won its third straight. He improved to 3-0 with a 2.38 ERA against the Brewers.

Jeff D'Amico (2-4) lost his third consecutive game, allowing six runs and seven hits in four innings.

Justice hit a sacrifice fly in the first after D'Amico walked Kenny Lofton, Omar Vizquel and Jim Thome, then hit a solo homer in the fourth and a two-run drive off Steve Woodward that made it 8-3 in the fifth. Justice, who has 14 homers this season, had the 17th multihomer game of his career, his first this year.

Jeromy Burnitz has a sacrifice fly that pulled the Brewers to 2-1 in the third, but Cleveland blew open the game with a two-run fourth that included consecutive homers by Justice and Travis Fryman, and Omar Vizquel's two-run, two out single.

Run-scoring singles by Tyler Houston and Ron Belliard made it 6-3 in the fourth. Geoff Jenkins had an RBI single in the seventh off Scott Kamieniecki.

Notes: The Brewers made 18-year-old CF Dave Krnyzel the 11th pick in the draft. ... Cleveland reliever Justin Speier is the son of Brewer third base coach Chris Speier. ... Cleveland has hit consecutive homers four times this season.