All five wins have come from the thin atmosphere of mile-high Coors Field, where the Rockies have been 25-14 and batting a significant league-high .281. Colorado is a significant league-worst 5-27 in the street and hitting a enormous league-low .200.
"I think we play decent baseball ," Cron said. "Our offense has done a fantastic job setting up runs, our novices have done a fantastic job getting deep into the match, our bullpen was lights out. (Daniel Bard) sort of gave up that you. We wanted to get back it to him and it was a very good win for everyone all of the way round."
With Ryan McMahon beginning the 10th on moment, Cron singled off Devin Williams (2-1).
"He is among the very best from the game," Cron said of Williams. "He has a fastball and changeup pretty much but that changeup is actually excellent. He got me using it a couple times. After I watched it a couple of times, I managed to put it off. I gained a bit of assurance that I could hit the heater or the changeup and he transferred into the fastball away."
Jhoulys Chacin (1-1) pitched a scoreless 10th, aided by center fielder Garrett Hampson's diving catch of Christian Yelich's sinking liner beginning the inning. Chacin shut the inning with a pair of strikeouts.
Milwaukee has dropped five in a row after winning 14 of 16, along with the Brewers have dropped seven straight to the Rockies, fitting their against Colorado.
Pinch-hitter Yonathan Daza chased rookie Corbin Burnes having an RBI double in the sixth and scored on Hampson's double off Brent Suter, and Brendan Rodgers' second double of the match gave Colorado a 5-4 lead against Brad Boxberger at the seventh.
Kolten Wong headed off to Milwaukee and went 1 for 5 in his first match since June 3 after passing time while on the injured list with a left oblique strain.
"That is one of the better defensive games I have seen here," Burnes said. "Wong created a few great plays. ... Yelich created a fantastic play in abandoned, Avi (Garcia) at appropriate. The defense has been there. It is right up on me tonight. I simply could not get down the pitches in the zone, so could not get the punchouts if they had two strikes. Evidently, it is a difficult pill to swallow, losing that match."
Brewers: RHP Zack Godley's contract has been chosen from Triple-A Nashville.
Brewers: RHP Adrian Houser (4-5, 3.62 ERA) is slated to begin Saturday night at the third of a four-game set using the Rockies.
Rockies: LHP Austin Gomber (6-5, 3.54 ERA) has emerged as a cornerstone of the Rockies' rotation because his purchase from the Cardinals within the transaction that sent Nolan Arenado into St. Louis. He hasn't allowed an earned run in his past 23 1/3 innings at Coors Field, the second longest such series in the hitter friendly park.