(St. Louis, MO) — Travis Shaw hit a three run homer in the tenth inning to give Milwaukee a 7-5 victory at Saint Louis. Brewers’ reliever Jacob Barnes ended a streak of 12 appearances without giving up an earned run, when he gave up two in the eighth to tie the game, and manager Craig Counsell says he kept Barnes in the game to learn how to fight through rough stretches, since he was only 30 innings into his Major League career. Closer Neftali Feliz gave up one of two homers from Jedd Gyorko, who went four for five to lead the Cardinals’ offense. Feliz earned his seventh save, while Oliver Drake won his first decision of the year for the Crew, and Seung Hwan Oh took the loss for the Redbirds. Jonathan Villar hit a two run homer and a single for Milwaukee, which will play the second game in its four game series tonight at Busch Stadium.