Ramos took a curtain call after putting the Nationals ahead. Ramos and the Nationals quickly bailed out Storen with a two-out rally. With two on and two out and the game tied in the seventh inning, Wilson Ramos crushed a three-run home run. After going hitless in three rehab games at Class A Potomac, Ramos was 3-for-4 with a career-high five RBIs. He dropped his bat and watched the ball sail into the left-field seats, a fitting end to the Nationals' 8-5 win over the Brewers on the Fourth of July at Nationals Park. Ian Desmond padded his All-Star resume by collecting three hits and stealing two bases, and the Nationals scored more runs in the first inning than they had in the past two games combined. Taylor Jordan allowed two runs over 5 2/3 innings in his second major league start, and Drew Storen got the win despite blowing a 5-2 lead by allowing two home runs in the seventh inning.