The Milwaukee Brewers fell in game five of the National League Championship Series, losing to the Saint Louis Cardinals Friday night, 7-1. Part of the problem for the Brewers was sloppy defense, as they committed four errors which lead to three unearned runs. Brewers manager Ron Roenicke was not pleased with his team’s glove work…[audio:http://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/ROENICKE16.mp3|titles=ROENICKE1]
Zack Greinke took the loss. He gave up five runs on seven hits in five and two-thirds innings. While only two of those five runs were earned, Greinke said he did not pitch well enough to win…[audio:http://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/GREINKE11.mp3|titles=GREINKE1]
The Brewers now trail the Cardinals three games to two. Despite last night’s loss, Corey Hart said there’s still hope for the Brewers…[audio:http://wdor.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/10/HART1.mp3|titles=HART1]
Hart had three hits last night and drove in the Brewers lone run. Jonathan Lucroy had a pair of hits.
Game six of the NLCS is Sunday at Miller Park. Shaun Marcum takes the mound for the Brewers while the Cardinals counter with Edwin Jackson. Game time is dependent on game six of the ALCS. If Detroit wins, the Brewers and Cardinals will play at 3:05. If Texas wins, the Brewers and Cardinals game will start at 7:05. Either way, you can hear game six of the National League Championship Series on 93-9 FM WDOR.