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But then he decided to get a little more efficient and you were seeing first-pitch outs.Martinez, speaking through a translator, said he was disappointed he wasnt able to go deeper into the game.But I tried to stay focused, especially with my slider, Martinez said.Anderson struggled with his command and lasted just four innings. He walked five and allowed two runs and four hits.Kirk Nieuwenhuis hit an RBI single in the third for Milwaukees only run. The Brewers stole three bases in the inning, including a pair by Jonathan Villar, but left the bases loaded.Tyler Lyons relieved Martinez and pitched 2 1/3 hitless innings. Matt Bowman got two outs and Seth Maness finished the four-hitter.Stephen Piscotty had two hits and scored two runs for St. Louis, and Jedd Gyorko singled in Yadier Molina in the eighth.BEE DELAYThe start of the game was delayed nearly 10 minutes while Milwaukees grounds crew attempted to control a swarm of bees that gathered in the corner of the right-field fence.Piscotty was the right fielder for the Cardinals, and Matheny said he asked him if he was allergic.Then youve got a major issue, Matheny said. Thats deathly. I wouldnt have started the game until they figured it out. But he was all right with it, so the show goes on.AFTER FURTHER REVIEWAn apparent inning-ending double play turned by the Brewers in the third was overturned after a review, which showed second baseman Scooter Gennett did not get his foot on the bag at second.ddddddddddddWhen play resumed, Molina drew a walk before Anderson struck out Gyorko. Anderson had to throw 11 additional pitches as a result of the ruling.FLASHING LEATHERWith the bases loaded and two outs in the third, Cardinals second baseman Greg Garcia made a diving stop of a hard ground ball by Milwaukees Ramon Flores. Garcia got to his feet and fired a throw to first that Gyorko dove to catch while keeping his foot on the base, ending the inning.It was a better play by Jed. That was such a bad throw, Garcia said. For him to stay on the bag like that, for a guy that doesnt play a lot of first base, that was an incredible play by him.ONE TO REMEMBERAlberto Rosario drove in the Cardinals final run with a single in his first career at-bat. The 29-year-old catcher has played 11 years in the minors.Its taken me a little bit longer than others but Ive worked so hard for this moment, Rosario said through a translator. Ive been through some hard moments and it has been a long time coming.TRAINERS ROOMCardinals: OF Matt Holliday, who sprained his left ankle rounding first base on Friday, was a late scratch. Holliday was initially slated to play left field and bat third. He was replaced by Pham. ... Peralta, who pinch-hit on Friday but had been out of the starting lineup for three games with a left thumb injury, started at third base. ... Reliever Trevor Rosenthal, who left Fridays game with what was described as left hamstring cramps, got an MRI. Its going to be day to day with no DL, it looks like, Matheny said.UP NEXTCardinals: Mike Leake (5-7, 4.33 ERA) gets the ball in the series finale on Sunday. He is 1-0 with a 4.50 ERA in two starts against the Brewers this season.Brewers: Junior Guerra (6-1, 2.93 ERA) has won his last three starts, posting a 0.81 ERA. He has pitched 15 1/3 consecutive scoreless innings. 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