The Milwaukee Brewers beat the Saint Louis Cardinals last night at Busch Stadium, 4-2. The win evens the National League Championship Series at two games apiece and ensures that the Brewers will return to Miller Park for game six. Ryan Braun is obviously pleased that the Brewers will get to play in front of their home fans at least one more time…[audio:http://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/BRAUN22.mp3|titles=BRAUN2]
Randy Wolf picked up the win last night as he allowed two runs on six hits in seven innings. The lefty knew from the start that he was going to have a solid night…[audio:http://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/WOLF13.mp3|titles=WOLF1]
Brewers manager Ron Roenicke said that Wolf turned in the outing that his ball club needed…[audio:http://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/ROENICKE15.mp3|titles=ROENICKE1]
The Brewers were down 2-0 after three innings, but tied the game in the fourth and added single runs in the fifth and sixth innings. Braun, Nyjer Morgan and Jerry Hairston Junior all had two hits. Braun said the Brewers finally came through with runners in scoring position…[audio:http://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/BRAUN13.mp3|titles=BRAUN1]
Francisco Rodriguez and John Axford both tossed scoreless innings with Axford picking up the save.
Game five of the best of seven series is tonight in Saint Louis. Game one winner, Zack Greinke gets the start for the Brewers. Greinke talked about facing the Cardinals for a second time in this series…[audio:http://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/GREINKE1.mp3|titles=GREINKE1]
The Cardinals counter with lefty Jaime Garcia. Coverage on 93-9 FM WDOR begins at 6:30. First pitch from Busch Stadium is set for 7:05