MILWAUKEE -- After getting shelled in his previous start, Brewers starter Yovani Gallardo decided to do a little damage himself on Saturday night. Gallardo singled, doubled, scored two runs and executed a successful sacrifice bunt off former teammate Shaun Marcum in a key spot to help Milwaukee hold off the New York Mets 7-6. "I just try to put the ball in the play," Gallardo said. "The first base hit didnt feel too good on my hands. I hit it off the end of the bat and I just got a lucky break." Gallardo said the double he laced in the fourth inning wasnt in the location Marcum wanted it. "The slider he threw me was up. He made a mistake," Gallardo said. "I was able to put a good swing on it." Milwaukee scored a key run in the sixth with Gallardo in the thick of things. After Logan Schafer led off with a single, Gallardo executed a two-strike sacrifice bunt. Marcum fielded the ball cleanly but his throw was dropped by second-baseman Daniel Murphy, who was covering first. The ball skipped into right field, allowing Schafer to race around the bases and beat a throw to the plate. "I was just trying to get it down, especially with two strikes," Gallardo said of his bunt. "I saw it hit the ground and I just started running to first. Then I saw the throw was kind of wide of first base." On the mound, Gallardo (7-8), who has been the subject of recent trade speculation, scattered six hits over six innings and allowed four earned runs, striking out six and walking three. In previous outing Monday against Washington, Gallardo gave up nine hits and eight earned runs in three innings. Gallardo gave up one hit through the first four innings Saturday before running into some trouble in the fifth and sixth. "I think he started to get a little tired," said Brewers catcher Jonathan Lucroy, who homered and drove in two runs. "I think he really threw well the first four innings. His last two he scuffled a little, but for the most part it was a solid start and he gave us a chance to win. Thats most important." Brewers manager Ron Roenicke liked what he saw from Gallardo early in the game. "Yovani started off really well then lost some command," Roenicke said. Francisco Rodriguez recorded his eighth save of the season and 302nd of his career despite giving up a two-out solo home run to Marlon Byrd in the ninth. The Brewers jumped on Marcum (1-10) for a run in the first inning. Lucroys two-out single scored Norichika Aoki, who led off the game with an infield hit. Milwaukee added two runs in the second. Schafer singled, moved to third on Gallardos single and scored on Aokis base hit. Jean Segura followed with a sacrifice fly that scored Gallardo. Lucroy extended the Brewers lead to 4-0 with a one-out, solo home run to left field in the third. "(Marcum) left a lot of balls up, more than he normally does," Mets manager Terry Collins said. "Hes really a change-speed guy that keeps the ball down. The ball to Lucroy he left up. He left a breaking ball out over the plate in the first inning. Thats just not where he usually pitches." Gallardo helped himself again in the fourth, leading off with a double off the right field wall and scoring on Seguras one-out single. The Mets broke through for two runs against Gallardo in the fifth. John Buck led off with a home run off the right field foul pole. Daniel Murphy had a run-scoring double later in the inning. The Mets slashed the Brewers lead to 5-4 on Bucks two-run single in the sixth. New York cut the lead to 6-5 in the seventh on Byrds sacrifice fly. Schafers run-scoring double, his third hit of the game, put Milwaukee ahead 7-5. Byrds home run in the ninth pulled the Mets within a run, but Rodriguez struck out Kirk Nieuwenhuis to end the game. Marcum, who compiled a 20-11 record while pitching for Milwaukee in 2011 and 2012, allowed 11 hits and five earned runs over five innings. He walked one and struck out three. "I fell behind in some counts and this isnt the most pitcher-friendly park to do that in so it makes it rough," Marcum said. "It was nice to come back here. I enjoyed my two years here. Obviously, I wish the results were better." NOTES: The Brewers and Mets each will have two representatives on the NL All-Star team. The Mets David Wright will start at third base after winning fan balloting at the position. Teammate Matt Harvey was named to the squads pitching staff. Brewers OF Carlos Gomez and SS Jean Segura were selected as reserves. ... Brewers OF Ryan Braun took batting practice on the field Saturday after taking swings in a batting cage on Friday. Braun has been sidelined about a month with a thumb injury. ... The Mets Ike Davis stole his first base of the season in the second inning. 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DETROIT -- The Detroit Red Wings bounced back on the power play and shut down the Dallas Stars when they had an extra skater or two.Anthony Mantha scored the go-ahead goal with the man advantage midway through the second period, and Detroit beat Dallas 3-1 on Tuesday night.Dylan Larkin also scored and Petr Mrazek stopped 34 shots for the Red Wings, who are 3-0-1 in the last four games for their best stretch in more than a month.If we play the way weve played the last three, four games, youll see some wins coming our way, Larkin said.Mantha and Larkin scored on the power play, ending the Red Wings 0-for-14 drought with an extra skater over the previous five games.The chemistry is coming along and we proved it the last few games that we can score goals, Mantha said.The Stars, meanwhile, didnt score on any of their five power plays, including a 5-on-3 opportunity that lasted 46 seconds midway through the third.That was a specialty teams win and our goalie was real good, Detroit coach Jeff Blashill said. Weve said youve got to win games on specialty teams lots in the league.Kari Lehtonen made 17 saves for the Stars. He was pulled for an extra skater with more than 2 minutes left, and the Red Wings took advantage when Steve Ott scored an empty-net goal to make it 3-1 with 1:03 remaining.Dallas, playing the second of back-to-back games on the road, has dropped two straight and won just three of its last nine overall.Were going to win a lot of games if we play that way, coach Linndy Ruff said.ddddddddddddThe Stars got off to a strong start, scoring 16 seconds into the game when Esa Lindells shot was redirected off the right skate of Detroit defenseman Mike Green. But they couldnt get the puck past Mrazek again.He stood on his head, Larkin said.Detroit made it 1-all with a goal off a Dallas player when Larkins shot went off one of Jordie Benns skates with 39 seconds left in the opening period.On the road, youve got to win the special teams battle, Stars center Jason Spezza said. We found a way to lose. We have to find a way to win. The power play has to capitalize and we had a two-man advantage. I had two good looks.Game notes Dave Strader, the Stars TV play-by-play announcer, who was diagnosed with cancer earlier this year, attended the game and announced the teams lineup in the locker room beforehand. ... Dallas made its final scheduled appearance at Joe Louis Arena, which will be replaced by a new arena next season. ... Hall of Famer Ted Lindsay dropped the ceremonial puck before the game. ... Detroits Tomas Jurco made his season debut, returning from offseason back surgery. ... Dallas D Stephen Johns, called up Sunday, went off late in the game with a towel over his face to try to stop bleeding.UP NEXTStars: Dallas stays on the road, playing Thursday night at Pittsburgh.Red Wings: Detroit hosts Florida on Thursday. 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