The infielder hit a two-run double in the seventh inning that allowed his team to win over Chicago.
In the first of the two games they played this Monday, St. Louis Cardinals beat by 3-1 to Chicago Cubs thanks to a great play from one of his infielders, Brad Miller.
The 30-year-old hit a two-run double in the top of the seventh inning that defined the game at Chicago’s Wrigley Field. With the bases loaded, Miller sent it well away to center field off a pitch from Kyle Hendricks.
Tyler O’Neill and Matt Carpenter scored and Andrew Miller got the last three outs on defense for the Cardinals to win the game.
Thus, the Cardinals, who reappeared last Saturday after being unemployed for more than fifteen days due to a coronavirus outbreak in the team, remained with a 5-4 mark in the Central Division of the National League.
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