Keon Broxton robs Randal Grichuk of a homer with a catch at the center field wall on the final out, as the Milwaukee Brewers edge Saint Louis 6-5 at Miller Park. Wednesday’s victory gave the Brewers a split of their two game set with the Redbirds, as the Crew remains three and a half games behind the first place Chicago Cubs in the N-L Central and three back for the final N-L Wild Card. Tommy Pham homered twice for the Redbirds, and Grichuk homered in the fifth to tie the game before Milwaukee took the lead for good in the sixth on a solo homer from Domingo Santana and a two run shot by Jonathan Villar. Chase Anderson gave up three runs in six innings to improve to 8-3, and Corey Knebel earned his 30th save. Carlos Martinez took the loss and is now 10-10. The Brewers will open a four game home series tonight (Thursday) against the East Division leading Washington Nationals.