It looked like the Milwaukee Brewers might not score a single run all weekend in St. Louis but they rallied to post a 4-3 victory in 10 innings Sunday to salvage the series finale at Busch Stadium. The Crew's scoreless inning streak reached a club record 32 frames as they fell behind St. Louis 3-0 after seven innings. In the 8th, Ryan Braun connected on a two run homer to right field to end the drought. Yuniesky Betancourt delivered an RBI single in the 9th to tie the game and in the 10th, Jonathan Lucroy belted his first home run of the year off Mitchell Boggs to put the Brewers on top. Brandon Kintzler picked up the win in relief of starter Marco Estrada. The Brewers (3-8) return home after an off day Monday to begin a Miller Park, 6 game homestand against San Francisco and the Chicago Cubs beginning Tuesday night.
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