Keon Broxton robbed Randal Grichuk of a homer with a catch at the center field wall on the final out, as the Milwaukee Brewers edged Saint Louis 6-5 at Miller Park.
Wednesday’s victory gave the Brewers a split of their two game set with the Redbirds, as the Crew remains three and a half games behind the first place Chicago Cubs in the NL Central and three back for the final NL Wild Card.
Tommy Pham homered twice for the Redbirds, and Grichuk homered in the fifth to tie the game before Milwaukee took the lead for good in the sixth on a solo homer from Domingo Santana and a two run shot by Jonathan Villar.
Chase Anderson gave up three runs in six innings to improve to 8-3, and Corey Knebel earned his 30th save. Carlos Martinez took the loss and is now 10-10.
The Brewers will open a four game home series tonight against the East Division leading Washington Nationals.