(WNFL) - The man in charge of giving the Milwaukee Brewers part of their home-field advantage is leaving. The team confirms that head grounds-keeper Justin Scott is joining the Saint Louis Cardinals for a position at Busch Stadium. Scott was with the Brewers for two years, shaping the Miller Park diamond and grass to the team's strengths. At the end of last season, Scott's crew removed the entire grass surface, to replace it in time for next season. Scott is from Saint Louis. He was with Kansas City for six years before moving to Milwaukee in 2012 to replace long-time Brewers' groundskeeper Gary Vanden Berg -- who died the preceding fall.