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08/21 23:09 CDT Brewers knock Cardinals out of 1st place with 5-3 win Brewers knock Cardinals out of 1st place with 5-3 win By STEVE OVERBEY Associated Press ST. LOUIS (AP) --- Mike Moustakas homered and Keston Hiura drove in a pair of runs to lead the Milwaukee Brewers to a 5-3 win over the St. Louis Cardinals in a rain-shortened game Wednesday night. The game was stopped after 7 1/2 innings and made official following a rain delay of 66 minutes. Milwaukee broke a six-game losing streak against the Cardinals, who were knocked out of first place in the NL Central --- falling one-half game behind the Cubs. Chicago beat San Francisco 12-11. Milwaukee, which won for the third time in nine games, is 3 1/2 behind the Cubs. Adrian Houser (6-5) gave up three runs --- one earned --- and six hits in 5 1/3 innings. It marked the third straight start he's allowed just one earned run. Houser struck out six and walked two. Junior Guerra got the last out in the bottom of the seventh and earned his third save. Moustakas, who also walked three times, hit a three-run homer in the first off Adam Wainwright (9-9) to highlight a four-run outburst. Hiura had run-scoring hits in the first and fourth innings for a 5-0 lead. Wainwright gave up five runs and eight hits over five innings. The Brewers neeed just 17 pitches to go in front 4-0 as five of the first six hitters reached safely. St. Louis capitalized on a pair of errors to climb to 5-2 in the fifth. Yadier Molina's double brought the Cardinals to 5-3 with a double in the sixth. GLOVE WORK Milwaukee INF Orlando Arcia has gone 47 successive games without and error, the second longest streak in franchise history. Mark Loretta went 63 straight games with an error from 2000-2001. TRAINER'S ROOM Cardinals: St. Louis OF Tyler O'Neill went 1 for 3 in a rehab stint Wednesday for Triple-A Memphis. He missed the last 18 games with left wrist strain. "There's no crystal ball on that. He's missed some time so we think some at-bats are important," St. Louis manager Mike Shildt said. "Like most things, the player will let you know when he's ready." UP NEXT Brewers: RHP Jordan Lyles (7-8, 4.96 ERA) will face Arizona RHP Merrill Kelly (9-12, 4.63) on Friday in the first of a three-game series in Milwaukee. Lyles has a 7.23 ERA in 20 career games against Arizona. He is making his fifth start for the Brewers after being acquired from Pirrtsburgh in exchange for RHP Cody Ponce on July 29. Cardinals: RHP Miles Mikolas (7-13) squares off against Colorado RHP German Marquez (12-5, 4.71 ERA) on Thursday in the first of a four-game set in St. Louis. Mikolas is 0-0 with a 5.40 ERA in four career appearances vs the Rockies. ___ More AP baseball coverage: www.apnews.com/MLB and www.twitter.com/AP_Sports
 
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