Braun, Brewers blank Cardinals for twin bill split

Kim Kwang-hyun of the St. Louis Cardinals pitches against the Milwaukee Brewers in the bottom of the second inning of a Major League Baseball regular season game at Miller Park in Milwaukee on Sept. 14 2020

Kim Kwang-hyun of the St. Louis Cardinals pitches against the Milwaukee Brewers in the bottom of the second inning of a Major League Baseball regular season game at Miller Park in Milwaukee on Sept. 14 2020

St. Louis won the first game 4-2 on veteran Adam Wainwright's complete-game four-hitter. He was the third Milwaukee batter plunked in the game - he was at the center of the trouble the previous night when he hit Cardinals catcher Yadier Molina in the wrist during a swing. Keston Hiura hit a two-run homer in the first for Milwaukee.

Brent Suter allowed both of St. Louis' hits, both singles, over three innings, and Freddy Peralta (3-1) followed by striking out three in two innings. Afterward, the Brewers travel to the Reds for three games before finishing the regular season in St. Louis for five more games with the Cardinals. Devin Williams and Eric Yardley sealed the deal over the final two innings of the seven-inning affair.

Woodruff pitched all seven innings, giving up seven hits, including two homers, and striking out five.

Ryan Braun launched a three-run homer and Jacob Nottingham added a two-run blast.

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Johan Oviedo (0-3), activated off the injured list earlier in the day after passing a rapid test for COVID-19, allowed six runs in 5 1/3 innings.

Milwaukee did that one better in the bottom of the frame.

Tommy Edman and Paul DeJong were responsible for the Cardinals' two hits.

The Cardinals played this game without manager Mike Shildt.

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