The Brewers finally had enough of being a doormat for the St. Louis Cardinals. After being dominated by the division leaders all season the Brewers finally put their foot down and did enough to pull out a 6-4 victory Sunday night in Milwaukee’s final home game. Perhaps it took a national television audience for the Brewers to finally stop getting sand kicked in their face. Wily Peralta had a problematic five innings but still picked up the victory to boost his record to 11-15 with considerable help from the bullpen. Of course nothing ever comes easy for the Brewers against the Cardinals who won the season series 14-5. St. Louis scored a run in the ninth and had two on with Matt Adams at the plate. Adams who had homered in his previous two at-bats against Henderson this season took a called third strike and the Brewers eked out the win.
Brewers find a way, beat Cardinals 6-4
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel | Sep 23