Stat Of The Night: Four Or Fewer

The Brewers fell behind 2-0 early tonight, but Zack Greinke and two relievers shut the Cardinals down from there en route to a 6-2 victory. Tonight's game was the 15th in a row where the Brewers have allowed four runs or fewer, the second longest streak in franchise history:

Start End Games Runs Record
9/11/1992 9/29/1992 18 35 15-3
7/17/2011 Present 15 35 10-4
7/8/1988 7/22/1988 12 27 10-2
4/29/2007 5/9/2007 11 20 10-1
4/21/1992 5/3/1992 11 31 7-4

This streak is also the longest in all of baseball in 2011. The Indians had 14 straight from April 3-18, but since July 1 no other team has had a streak longer than nine games.

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