April 21st, 2008: St. Louis Cardinals 4 at Milwaukee Brewers 3 F-- They come in waves, these Cardinals outfielders, getting it done early and late. On Monday, it was the last one to get in the game who sparked the winning rally, doing so in an unfamiliar role that is feeling more and more normal. Brian Barton, who hasn't been a part-time player since he was a freshman in college, continued his embrace of pinch-hitting with a key knock at Miller Park. Barton's leadoff double in the ninth inning sparked the rally that finally put the Brewers away in a hard-earned 4-3 Cardinals win. Barton jumped on a first-pitch fastball from Derrick Turnbow, doubling to left-center field to open the ninth in a tie game. Cesar Izturis bunted him over to third base, and Skip Schumaker also jumped on a first-pitch heater, drilling it to center for the winning run.