(WNFL)- Wily Peralta still has the National League's fifth-highest win total with 15. But the Milwaukee right-hander has lost three of his last four outings -- and he'll try to turn things around tonight when the Brewers host the Saint Lous Cardinals. Peralta only went three innings in his last start against San Francisco. He gave up six runs on nine hits, as his record dropped to 15-9 with a 3.82 ERA. Cardinals' right-hander Michael Wacha will make his first start since June 17th, after being out with a shoulder injury. The 23-year-old Wacha is 5-5 with a 2.79 ERA. The Cardinals have a five-game winning streak, after sweeping three from Pittsburgh this week. Saint Louis now has a three-game lead over second-place Milwaukee in the National League Central Division -- and the Crew leads Atlanta by a half-game for the second-and-final Wild Card playoff spot. The Brewers will try to end an eight-game losing streak, their longest in over four years. Their next win will surpass their victory total from a year ago, when they had 73 wins. The current team has been stuck on 73 victories for the last ten days.
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