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Brewers 11, Cardinals 2


MILWAUKEE, WI (WHBL) - The Milwaukee Brewers will spend the All-Star break in sole possession of first place in the National League Central Division - just barely.  The Brewers ended a seven-game losing streak by crushing the Saint Louis Cardinals 11-2 yesterday at Miller Park.  The Cards moved into a tie with Milwaukee for the division lead on Saturday.  But the Brewers used a season-high tying 19 hits and a solid start from Wily Peralta to go ten games above .500 at the break at 53-43.  Milwaukee now has the second-best record in the National League at a half-game behind the L-A Dodgers.  Peralta struck out five in seven innings, giving up an unearned run on three hits.  He improved to 10-6.  Khris Davis homered, Carlos Gomez drove in three runs, and Elian Herrera went 5-for-5 for Milwaukee.  The first four hitters in the Brewers lineup - Gomez, Scooter Gennett, Ryan Braun, and Aramis Ramirez - went 11 for 17 in the game with seven R-B-I's.  Ex-Milwaukee catcher George Kottaras drove in a run for Saint Louis with a ground-out.  Carlos Martinez took the loss, giving up four runs in four innings.  He's now 2-4.  Gomez, Ramirez, and Jonathan Lucroy will start for the National League in Tuesday night's All-Star Game in Minneapolis, and reliever Francisco Rodriguez will join them.  The Brewers' next game is on Friday night at Washington.