LOS ANGELES – Adrian Gonzalez crushed his NL-leading 9th homer of the season and the Los Angeles Dodgers teed off against the Milwaukee Brewers 8-2 on Tuesday.

For a team that supposedly traded away all its power, and a player in Gonzalez who self-proclaimed himself as "not a home run hitter," the Dodgers look seemingly like a launching pad through the first 25 games of the seasons.

With 42, whopping homers in their first 25 games, the Dodgers lead the majors in home runs. Not too shabby for a team that lost Matt Kemp and Hanley Ramirez in the offseason.

"I don’t care if people think we're a home run hitting team or not," said Dodgers catcher Yasmani Grandal. "It doesn't matter if you hit home runs or not as long as you continue to score runs. Whether it's by home runs or driving guys in, it's fine by me."

Justin Turner, Jimmy Rollins and Gonzalez all homered on Tuesday as Los Angeles went on another power surge. The Dodgers exacted revenge on the lowly Brewers who scored three-runs in the bottom of the eighth a day prior to beat ace Clayton Kershaw.

Zack Grienke (5-0) continued his torrid start to the season allowing one run (not earned) on just two hits with seven strikeouts in 7 2/3 innings.

"Zack's been great all season, executing pitches and making very few mistakes," said Gonzalez of his starting pitcher. "He did what he needed to do and got us a pretty good win."

Turner started the home run barrage in the sixth inning with a three-run blast to dead center field. Turner finished 2-for-3 with three RBIs on the night.

"In the bat before I missed a pitch I wish I could have had back," Turner said. "In my next at-bat I got another good pitch and didn't miss that one."

That homer chased Milwaukee starter Matt Garza but the Brewers bullpen didn't fair much better. The Dodgers teed off on the pen in the top half of the seventh thanks to two-run blasts by Rollins and Gonzalez.

Not to be outdone by Turner, Gonzalez crushed an 89 MPH fastball by Neal Cotts to Green Bay, Wisconsin. The mammoth blast hit the scoreboard 50 feet above the 400 ft. wall in center and would have been out of this orbit had the park not allowed it.

"He [Gonzalez] always has to try and show me up," joked Turner after the game. "I hit a homer to center that barely gets out and then he has to hit one the next inning a thousand feet further than me."

Gonzalez came into the game with the highest all-time batting average by any hitter at Miller Park in Milwaukee with a .406 career batting average against the Brewers.

"There's a flat background here and you see the ball well," explained Gonzalez of his success at Miller Park. "You recognize everything so it makes you feel more comfortable at the plate."

Daniel Coulombe made his 2015 Dodgers debut by pitching in the ninth. Coulombe was recalled from Triple-A Oklahoma City on Monday after posting a 1.74 ERA in eight relief appearances. Coulombe was taken in the 20th round by the Dodgers in 2012.

Game Notes:
The Dodgers broke their own franchise record with 42 home runs through their first 25 games. Zack Greinke won his 10th consecutive game dating back to last season.