By Brett Kinnard The Milwaukee Brewers beat the St. Louis Cardinals yesterday 6-4. They started with Dan Jennings on the bump before calling to the bullpen after one batter. The bullpen would complete the rest of the game to give Milwaukee the edge. Corbin Burnes picked up the win while Corey Knebel picked up the save. The Brewers were easily able to get some run support across in this game.
Ryan Braun hit a solo shot in the second inning to give them their first lead. NL MVP candidate, Christian Yelich, hit an RBI double in the ninth to give the team some cushion. Milwaukee now sits one and a half games back in the division. They have five games to go on the season as they just surpassed 90 wins. First pitch will be thrown out at 7:00 tonight with Gio Gonzalez taking the mound. It will be an exciting finish for Brewer baseball with only five games remaining in the regular season.