MILWAUKEE -- It was just one of those days for Wily Peralta. One inning filled with a whole lot of bad luck left him with a pitching line unworthy of how he pitched.
While Peralta didn't pitch great, he didn't deserve to give up six runs and 11 hits in just 4 13 innings. The Cardinals scored all six of their runs in a 6-5 victory off Peralta with two outs in the third inning, aided by multiple broken bat hits, flares and bleeders through the infield.
"I say it all the time, you see weird things and it's not always fair," Brewers manager Ron Roenicke said. "(Pete) Kozma leads off with a bullet that Ryan (Braun) dives for and catches. Then they proceed to get three bloops, broken bat, two other bloops. They hit a couple of other balls hard that inning, but then a couple of ground balls that just get through. Sometimes you make decent pitches and guys get hits but you usually don't see that many in one inning."
After allowing a bloop single to Cardinals pitcher Jake Westbrook with one ...