The Milwaukee Brewers are crushed at home by Saint Louis 10-2. Matt Garza was shelled for six runs in three and a third innings as the Cardinals scored nine times in the third, fourth, and fifth frames. It was the eighth straight start in which the veteran Garza had not gone past six innings as his record fell to 6-8 — and manager Craig Counsell says Garza will keep his job as the skipper reviews the rotation after Brent Suter, Brandon Woodruff, and perhaps Junior Guerra return from the minors in early September when big league clubs expand their rosters. Matt Carpenter homered for Saint Louis and Luke Volt drove in four runs for the Cards, while Eric Thames hit the Brewers’ 100th homer at Miller Park this season. The loss dropped Milwaukee to three and a half behind first place Chicago in the N-L Central, while the third place Cardinals moved to within five games of first — and the Brewers lost a half game in the Wild Card standings, dropping to four behind Colorado.