Cardinals Vs. Brewers Score Update: Offense Sputters In Shutout Loss

After lighting up the scoreboard with 11 runs on Opening Day, the St. Louis Cardinals offense came back to earth in a 6-0 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers. The Cardinals were able to generate only five hits in the game and struggled to find any success against Zack Greinke, who threw seven innings of shutout ball and struck out seven batters.

The Brewers blew the game open in the sixth inning, when they scored three runs to push their lead to 4-0. Corey Hart proved to be the main offensive threat, as he homered in the second inning and sixth inning, with his two-run homer in the sixth inning pushing the lead to 4-0. Hart finished with three RBI's in the win, while Rickie Weeks hit 2/4 with an RBI.

Adam Wainwright was steady in his first appearance of the season, throwing 5 2/3 innings and allowing three runs in the loss. David Freese was the only guy able to have any success at the plate, as he hit 2/4

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