|Offense||4th||111.6 (15th)||291.3 (4th)|
|Defense||3rd||79.8 (2nd)||225.4 (9th)|
Fiers (0-3) allowed a grand slam to Jay Bruce in the third, and another home run with the bases loaded to Todd Frazier in the fourth inning for his only blemishes of the night. He was charged with eight runs -- four earned -- on six hits and three walks while striking out four over four innings pitched.
Fiers became the first pitcher to allow two grand slams in the same game since Daniel Schlereth for the Tigers on June 28, 2011. He will look to get back on track Sunday at home against St. Louis. Fiers allowed two earned runs over 5 2/3 innings on April 16 against the Cardinals.
"Yeah, a little bit of butterflies. It was fun to be out there, though. Considering," Rodon said afterwards. "[Relief] is something I have to be ready for. No excuses. Maybe overthrowing but no excuses. Just have to be good in that situation."
Holliday went 4 for 4 with a walk in the Cardinals' 10-inning loss to Washington. Holliday drove in the only run of the day for St. Louis, his seventh RBI this year.
Holliday is now hitting .425 for the season.
Herrera roped a grand slam down the right-field line off Burke Badenhop to cut the Milwaukee's deficit to three runs in the sixth inning. It was his second career home run, and his first since July 5, 2012. He also doubled in a run in the third and finished 2 for 5 with three runs scored, a home run and a career-best five RBI. He is hitting .400 to start the season.
Davis is 3 for 3 in save opportunities and has not allowed a run in seven innings this season.