Kyle Lohse is one of few starters in the majors this year enjoying a run-support average of at least six.
The Brewers can complete their first three-game sweep in Denver in 10 years if they extend the Colorado Rockies' losing streak to six games.
Lohse (8-2, 3.09 ERA) owns a 6.00 run-support average that ranks him among baseball's leaders in that department. He's 5-1 with a 3.75 ERA in nine road starts, and 2-3 with a 6.67 ERA in five in his career at Coors Field.
Milwaukee (46-30) has surged into owning the NL's best record as it seeks its first sweep at Coors since June 29-July 1, 2004.
Ramirez is 15 for 32 while hitting safely in his last eight games in Denver, going 6 for 10 with four RBIs in this series. He's batting .450 with three home runs in his last 10 games overall and drilled his ninth homer in Saturday's 9-4 victory.
''Been coming here for a lot of years - it's a good place to hit,'' Ramirez said.
The Brewers won 13-10 in Friday's opener. They have 28 hits in this series - 12 for extra bases.
Jean Segura homered twice Friday and turned in the play of the day Saturday by scoring all the way from first base on a wild pitch while also making several nifty plays in the hole at shortstop.
''Just trying to do the best I can,'' Segura said.
Carlos Gomez is 5 for 11 in this series while Scooter Gennett is 3 for 5, and also has 15 hits - including seven doubles - in his last 32 at-bats.
The injury-plagued Rockies (34-40) have come up empty in this series despite strong efforts from major league batting leader Troy Tulowitzki and Corey Dickerson. Tulowitzki is 4 for 7 and Dickerson is 7 for 9 with two homers and five RBIs.
Tulowitzki owns the highest average in baseball history among players with at least 135 at-bats against Milwaukee at .413 (59 for 143).
Lohse has never faced Dickerson while he has seen Tulowitzki the most among Colorado's hitters, with the Rockies superstar going 6 for 18.
The right-hander gave up four runs in six innings Tuesday to earn a 7-5 victory at Arizona.
Colorado was lamenting the fact that it didn't make Milwaukee earn everything it got Saturday. The Rockies allowed five unearned runs as they committed a season-high four errors - all in the first three innings.
''We were sloppy early,'' manager Walt Weiss said.
Milwaukee is a major league-best 13-5 against left-handed starters as it gets its first look at Colorado's Tyler Matzek (1-1, 3.75), who will make his third career start. Matzek yielded three runs and 10 hits over five innings in Monday's 6-1 road loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers.
This will mark Matzek's second start at home, where he allowed two runs over seven-plus innings June 11 in his major league debut in an 8-2 victory over Atlanta.
The 23-year-old left-hander is a 2009 first-round pick who is the third Colorado pitcher to make his debut as a starter this year.