ST. LOUIS, MO (WHBL) - For the second game in a row, the Milwaukee Brewers overcame a three-run deficit to win in extra innings at Saint Louis. Lyle Overbay hit a run-scoring single in the 11th-inning Tuesday night, as the Crew beat the Cardinals 5-4. It gave Milwaukee three straight wins over the Cards for the first time since August of 2011. It secured the Brewers' first series victory over Saint Louis in their last eight, and Milwaukee became the first team in the Majors to win 20 games this year. The Redbirds took a 3-0 lead in the first inning on a homer from Yadier Molina. Milwaukee tied it in the fourth, when Overbay singled for the first of his two R-B-I's, and starter Kyle Lohse hit a two-run single. Carlos Gomez homered in the seventh, and Allen Craig hit an R-B-I triple in the home seventh that sent the contest to extra innings. Lohse struck out nine in six frames, and had a no-decision as he went for his fifth straight victory. Tyler Thornburg got the win with two scoreless relief innings. He's 3-0. Francisco Rodriguez earned his 13th save, and has not given up a run in any of them. Kevin Siegrist took the loss. He's 0-1, as the Cardinals have now dropped 5 of 7. The Brewers have won nine of their last eleven overall. They're now 11-1 on the road this season. The Brewers and Cardinals will wrap up their series at Busch Stadium this afternoon. Right-hander Matt Garza will face Cards' righty Shelby Miller. Pregame coverage on WHBL begins at 12:10.