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MILWAUKEE -- The Brewers had finally gotten to Adam Wainwright in the ninth when St. LeBron James Shoes From China . Louis manager Mike Matheny came to the mound to check if his ace right-hander was tiring. Matheny didnt expect an honest answer. Wainwright stayed in the game anyway. Wainwright got Gerardo Parra to bounce into a double play for his fourth complete game of the season, and the Cardinals beat sliding Milwaukee 9-1 on Sunday. "I told him he had a short leash. Im still waiting for that day when I go out there and hes actually honest if he doesnt feel good," Matheny said. The Cardinals won three of four at Miller Park and lead the NL Central by 4 1/2 games over Pittsburgh, which beat Chicago 10-4 at Wrigley Field on Sunday. "Nows the time weve got to keep the throttle down," Matheny said. "This game can reach up and grab you." The Brewers are well aware of how quickly fortunes can change. Losers of 11 of 12, their freefall continued after spending nearly five months atop the NL Central before dropping into second on Sept. 1. They fell into third after Sundays loss, leapfrogged by Pittsburgh. The Pirates also moved a half-game ahead of Milwaukee for the second NL wild card. "Theres no excuse ... its tough," outfielder Carlos Gomez said. "We know were not playing like a team. Just put it in the past and come tomorrow and win the ... game." St. Louis grabbed a 4-0 lead with four in the fourth against rookie Jimmy Nelson (2-7). Peter Bourjos had the big blow, a triple to left-centre that drove in Yadier Molina and Oscar Taveras. It was more than enough support for Wainwright (17-9), who is tied for the major league lead in victories. The right-hander allowed seven hits in his 20th career complete game. Wainwright had allowed at least three runs in each of his previous three starts, failing to get out of the sixth each time. But feast-or-famine Milwaukee managed just an RBI single by Gomez. "Today was obviously a big win for our team, but you know just a realization of all the little steps Ive been taking over the last few weeks -- I knew it was a matter of time," Wainwright said. And on cue, the Cardinals are in the middle of another September surge. They held the Brewers scoreless until Gomezs pinch-hit single in the ninth drove home Scooter Gennett from second. It was Gomezs first at-bat in a week after being sidelined with a left wrist injury. BAD GLOVES The Brewers helped out Wainwright by grounding into three double plays and committing three errors. "We do this once in a while, and I sure dont like to see it. They dont like it. They work hard, they give a good effort and then we play this sloppy," manager Ron Roenicke said. BIG BOURJOS Milwaukees first miscue came at the start of St. Louis four-run fourth, when Nelsons pickoff attempt of Jon Jay squirted past Jonathan Lucroy at first. Jay then scored on Matt Adams sacrifice fly. Later, Bourjos liner landed in the gap in left-centre and bounced to the wall. The speedy outfielder had more than enough time to sail into third after driving home two runs for a 4-0 lead. "I dont think weve always been clicking on the right cylinders," Bourjos said. "Everybodys clicking right now." MILESTONE Cardinals SS Jhonny Peralta got the 1,500th career hit with a fourth-inning single. He added his 20th homer of the year with a two-run shot in the ninth. TRAINERS ROOM Cardinals: LF Matt Holliday got a day off. Holliday has gone hitless in four of his last five games, with the exception being a three-hit outing on Thursday night in Milwaukee. Brewers: Gomez had been used as a pinch runner and defensive replacement in recent days before his pinch-hitting appearance Sunday. Roenicke said Gomez was due to see the team doctor Sunday to determine if his star outfielder was ready to return to the starting lineup Monday. 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Kubiak collapsed on the field and was rushed to a hospital. The Texans blew an 18-point lead without him and the 27-24 setback was the teams sixth straight loss. A transient ischemic attack, or TIA, occurs when blood flow to the brain is briefly interrupted, typically by a blood clot or narrowed blood vessels. TIAs are often called mini-strokes and can cause stroke-like symptoms including sudden dizziness, numbness, vision loss or unconsciousness, though symptoms last only a few minutes or a few hours and no permanent brain damage occurs. TIAs are often a warning sign for a future stroke. "Someone who has a real TIA has a higher risk of stroke," said Dr. Larry Goldstein, a professor of neurology and the director of the Duke Stroke Center. "The highest risk is over the next in general 90 days or so. The highest risk is relatively soon afterward, over the first few days." Goldstein said that patients who have a mini-stroke are evaluated to try to understand the cause and identify and treat any risk factors that might have led to it. "By definition a TIA is transient so the symptoms go away in a few minutes, so from a physical standpoint there should be no long-lasting consequences," Goldstein said. Former Cincinnati Reds manager Dusty Baker had a mini-stroke in 2012. Baker, who was initially hospitalized for an irregular heartbeat, returned to manage the Reds less than two weeks after his mini-stroke. Houston didnt identify an iinterim coach as it prepared for Sundays game at Arizona. LeBron James Shoes Free Shipping. Defensive co-ordinator Wade Phillips, a former head coach for Dallas, took over after Kubiak was taken to the hospital and he ran Houstons practice on Monday. Offensive co-ordinator Rick Dennison likely will take over the play-calling duties if Kubiak isnt back by Sunday. The Texans dont think things will change much with Dennison calling the plays. "If hes not here, then (Dennison) can handle it," receiver Andre Johnson said. Kubiaks health problems are the latest blow to a team already in disarray in an underperforming season filled with numerous injuries and the benching of quarterback Matt Schaub. The six-game skid is tied for the longest losing streak in Texans history. Now the Texans will try to regroup and adjust to Kubiaks likely absence on Sunday. "Its been frustrating, especially after the past two seasons and the expectations," Johnson said. "But if you dont go out and play the way youre supposed to play youre not going to win. And we didnt do that so thats why we havent been winning ... somehow some way weve got to go out and fix the mistakes weve been making and try to win a game." Players said they believe Houstons assistant coaches will prepare them well for Sundays game with Kubiak out. "I think were in great hands with whoever has to step up," linebacker Joe Mays said. "Youre in great hands because we have a great group of coaches." Kubiak was the second NFL coach with a severe medical issue this past weekend. Denver Broncos coach John Fox underwent heart surgery in North Carolina on Monday after being hospitalized on Saturday. Fox felt dizzy last week and doctors recommended immediate aortic valve replacement surgery. Kubiak was hired in 2006 and is working under a three-year contract that runs through 2014. An eighth-round pick out of Texas A&M, he spent nine years as John Elways backup in Denver and has made his mark as an offensive guru and quarterbacks mentor. ' ' '

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