(WNFL)- The Milwaukee Brewers may have the best record in baseball, but it's been far from easy. The Crew still has a losing 1-and-2 record against its nemesis of recent years, the Saint Louis Cardinals. And the Brewers have won each of their last three games by just one run. Still, Milwaukee has become the first big league team to go ten games above .500, as it gets ready for Game-Two of its home series against San Diego tonight. Right-hander Yovani Gallardo will start for the Brewers against Padres' right-hander Ian Kennedy. The ace of the Milwaukee staff is 2-and-0 in his contract year, with an ERA of one-point-four-six. Gallardo failed to give up a run in his first two starts, but has surrendered a pair in each of his last two. He escaped with a no-decision last Thursday at Pittsburgh, giving up a two-run homer in six innings of an 11-to-2 Brewers' defeat. Brewers' closer Francisco Rodriguez has had four saves in as many days. He's 8-for-8 in save conversions this year, while failing to give up a run in 11 innings. Kennedy is 1-and-3 with a four-point-one-three ERA. Last Thursday, he took a no-hitter into the sixth inning before giving up three runs in a loss to Colorado.