3 standouts in St. Louis Cardinals series with Brewers

Miranda Remaklus
May 28, 2022; St. Louis, Missouri, USA; St. Louis Cardinals second baseman Nolan Gorman (16) is congratulated after hitting his first home run in the MLB against the Milwaukee Brewers during the first inning at Busch Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Joe Puetz-USA TODAY Sports
May 28, 2022; St. Louis, Missouri, USA; St. Louis Cardinals second baseman Nolan Gorman (16) is congratulated after hitting his first home run in the MLB against the Milwaukee Brewers during the first inning at Busch Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Joe Puetz-USA TODAY Sports /
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May 28, 2022; St. Louis, Missouri, USA; St. Louis Cardinals starting pitcher Matthew Liberatore (52) pitches against the Milwaukee Brewers during the first inning at Busch Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Joe Puetz-USA TODAY Sports
May 28, 2022; St. Louis, Missouri, USA; St. Louis Cardinals starting pitcher Matthew Liberatore (52) pitches against the Milwaukee Brewers during the first inning at Busch Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Joe Puetz-USA TODAY Sports /

Matthew Liberatore

Matthew Liberatore earned his first major league win on Saturday after pitching five innings. He gave up two hits and three walks. He did strike out six in the afternoon and induced eight swings and misses.

Jake Woodford took over for Liberatore, throwing three innings. He gave up two hits, striking out one and giving up a home run.

T.J. McFarland pitched the ninth inning, giving up two hits and two runs while striking out two. He did give up a home run.

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