Corey Hart went from goat to hero with one, mighty swing. Hart's grand slam home run in the bottom of the 8th inning lifted the Milwaukee Brewers over the Philadelphia Phillies 7-4 at Miller Park Thursday night. The blast came against reliever Josh Lindblom after Hart struck out three straight at bats against starter Cliff Lee. Milwaukee grabbed the early lead thanks to some long balls. After taking a day off Wednesday and a little extra batting practice before the game, Ryan Braun launched a pair of solo home runs giving him 31 on the season. Aramis Ramirez also went deep, his 16th of the year. Brewers starter Marco Estrada gave the lead back allowing three runs, all with two outs in the 5th. That only set the stage for Hart's heroics. Livan Hernandez picked up the win in relief and rookie Jim Henderson worked the ninth for his third save. The Brewers (53-64) will send Yovani Gallardo against Vance Worley as the series resumes Friday night.