Brewers outfielder Carlos Gomez exits with hamstring injury Wednesday in St. Louis.

Baseball Brewers outfielder Carlos Gomez exited Wednesday's game against the Cardinals in St. Louis after appearing to injure himself beating out the back end of a double play in the top of the ninth inning. Gomez told reporters after the game that he felt a pull in his right hamstring about halfway down the line and tried not to press it after that. The 29-year-old left with trainers shortly after. MORE: Mets place Wright on DL | Fa

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ntasy advice for Thursday's gamesBrewers manager Ron Roenicke ruled Gomez out for Thursday's game but wouldn't speculate beyond that. To the applause of the Busch Stadium crowd, Brewers pitcher Kyle Lohse entered the game to pinch run for Gomez. He scored on a Ryan Braun single to right field, but the Brewers fell 4-2. Lohse played in St. Louis from 2008-12 before joining the Brewers.