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NL Boxscore St. Louis vs. Milwaukee


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St. Louis000001000192
Milwaukee «00103001X580
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W:W.Peralta(2-0) L:J.Kelly(1-1)
HR: STL- A.Craig (1) MIL- None


St. LouisABRHRBI2B3BHRWKAVG
Kolten Wong 2B300000001.240
  Shane Robinson PH100000000.125
  Keith Butler P000000000.000
  Pat Neshek P000000000.000
Allen Craig RF311100111.154
Matt Holliday LF401000000.250
Matt Adams 1B401000000.362
Yadier Molina C402000000.352
Jhonny Peralta SS401000000.188
Jon Jay CF402000000.250
Daniel Descalso 3B-2B400000001.100
Joe Kelly P200000001.167
  Seth Maness P000000000.000
  Randy Choate P000000000.000
  Matt Carpenter PH-3B201000001.275
Totals3519100115 
 
MilwaukeeABRHRBI2B3BHRWKAVG
Carlos Gomez CF411110013.328
Jean Segura SS411000000.241
Jonathan Lucroy C401200000.302
Aramis Ramirez 3B413100000.377
Khris Davis LF300000000.250
Scooter Gennett 2B301000010.278
Mark Reynolds 1B300000001.189
  Lyle Overbay PH-1B000100010.100
Logan Schafer RF411000001.222
Wily Peralta P210000000.000
  Will Smith P000000000.000
  Tyler Thornburg P000000000.000
  Rickie Weeks PH100000001.143
  Francisco Rodriguez P000000000.000
Totals3258510036 


E_M.Adams, J.Peralta. LOB_St. Louis 8, Milwaukee 8. 2B_C.Gomez. HR_A.Craig (1) off W.Peralta. S_W.Peralta. SB_J.Jay (1). GIDP_S.Robinson, K.Davis. DP_St. Louis 1 (J.Peralta, K.Wong and M.Adams); Milwaukee 1 (S.Gennett, J.Segura and M.Reynolds).

St. LouisIPHRERBBSOHRPC-STERA
Joe Kelly (L 1-1)4.031002045-310.59
Seth Maness1.033011027-191.59
Randy Choate1.010000015-91.80
Keith Butler1.011111026-1427.00
Pat Neshek1.000012014-82.45
 
MilwaukeeIPHRERBBSOHRPC-STERA
Wily Peralta (W 2-0)6.161113189-591.96
Will Smith (H 3)0.21000003-20.00
Tyler Thornburg (H 1)1.000001018-140.93
Francisco Rodriguez1.020001020-130.00


K.Butler pitched to 3 batters in the 8th.

HBP_by K.Butler (K.Davis).
T_2:56. A_26668.
Umpires_Home,John Tumpane; First, Jeff Kellogg; Second, Bob Davidson; Third, James Hoye.