MILWAUKEE (AP)_ Mike Lieberthal hit a three-run home run and Randy Wolf allowed one run in seven innings as the Philadelphia Phillies extended their winning streak to a season-high five games with a 5-2 victory over the Milwaukee Brewers on Wednesday night.

Lieberthal's 13th homer capped a four-run fifth inning off starter Jamey Wright (4-2).

Ron Gant, Bobby Abreu and Scott Rolen opened the fifth with consecutive singles before Lieberthal lined a 3-2 pitch 407 feet to center.

Wolf (8-5) allowed five hits, struck out seven and walked none.

Wright gave up four runs on eight hits in four-plus innings. Wright won three times in four previous starts since his last loss on June 9.

The Brewers made it 4-1 in the seventh on singles by Marquis Grissom and Charlie Hayes, and Geoff Jenkins' sacrifice fly. Milwaukee added a run in the eighth on Mark Sweeney's pinch-hit double and Luis Lopez's single.

Philadelphia extended the lead to 5-2 in the ninth off David Weathers on Lieberthal's one-out single and three consecutive walks. With two outs and a runner on second, Wayne Gomes loaded the bases before getting pinch-hitter Tyler Houston to fly to the warning track in center for his seventh save in 11 chances.

Desi Relaford's baserunning mistake cost the Phillies a run in the second. With two outs and runners on first and second, Wolf singled to center. Lieberthal would have scored easily from second, but Relaford went too far rounding second. Center fielder Marquis Grissom threw behind Relaford, who was tagged out before Lieberthal crossed the plate.

Notes: Rolen extended his hitting streak to 13 games. ... Wright's outing was his shortest of the season in nine starts. He pitched into the eighth inning in each of his four previous starts. ... The Phillies clinched their sixth straight series victory. The last time they won five or more consecutive series was in 1995, when they won 10 straight. ... The last time Philadelphia won five consecutive games was May 4-9 last season.