Cardinals hold off Brewers
The Milwaukee Brewers couldn't push past multiple rain delays and the St. Louis Cardinals as they fell 9-8 at Busch Stadium on Sunday afternoon. The game was delayed for two plus hours, including an hour and 20 minutes before first pitch. On the field, the Brewers had a multiple chances in the ninth to tie or take the lead. Kirk Nieuwenhuis first would get to within inches of a grand slam to left, but settle for a 2-RBI double to make it 9-7. Later with two-on and two outs, pinch hitter Martin Maldonado would strikeout to end the contest and drop their record to 35-46. Starter Chase Anderson (4-9) would suffer the loss, giving up three-earned runs in 4 1/3 innings. The Brewers next travel to face the Washington Nationals on Monday morning. Coverage will begin at 9:30am on 1150-WHBY.
posted : July, 3rd by WSCO
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