Ryan Braun moved past Hall of Famer Robin Yount on Milwaukee's home run list Wednesday to become the franchise's all-time leader.

Braun's sixth-inning solo shot against Marlins pitcher Chris Narveson was the 252nd of his career and gave Milwaukee an 8-6 lead.

Braun, a six-time All-Star, was the 2011 National League MVP after hitting 33 home runs. He followed with a career-high 41 homers in 2012, but was suspended for 65 games in 2013 for violating MLB's policy on performance-enhancing drugs and his involvement with the infamous Biogenesis clinic in Miami.

Braun came back in 2014, but set career-lows with a .266 average and 19 home runs. He did lead the Brewers with 81 RBIs and six triples as the Brewers led the NL Central for most of the season before falling apart late in the year.

Braun, a nine-year veteran, is hitting .276 this season and now has 22 home runs with 72 RBIs.