By Brett Kinnard The Milwaukee Brewers beat the St. Louis Cardinals 5-4 Tuesday night at Miller Park. Chase Anderson started on the bump for Milwaukee as he went four innings pitched giving up four runs. It would be a combination of relief pitchers to piece together the rest of the game for Milwaukee.
With two outs left in the bottom of the ninth, the Brew Crew began their improbable rally. First it was Christian Yelich with a shot to right field to tie the game up at four. The very next pitch Ryan Braun took a pitch deep and walked it off for the Brewers in an absolute thriller. The game started the very same way with the first two batter taking Anderson out of the park. The final two batters did the same for Milwaukee to lift them to their fourth win of the season.
The Brewers will now continue their series with the Cardinals tonight in Milwaukee. First pitch being thrown out at 6:40.