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In a span of two pitches, the Cardinals went from frustration to elation in the second inning of Game 5 of their National League Championship Series with the Brewers. Brewers third baseman Jerry Hairston Jr. exprienced the highs and lows of the inning, where St. Louis scored three times.
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Before Game 5 of the NL championship series Friday night, La Russa expressed excitement about the talent in place. He said there was so much right-handed depth in the bullpen that some pitchers might have to be viewed as starters, even though the team already has its rotation in place for 2012...
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What do you get when you combine Corey Hart’s and Rickie Week’s last name? WART. Yes WART. Appropriate for what these two ******* ass bags have been to the Brewers’ playoff lineup. A big, festering WART. Rickie Wart is hitting a blistering (what warts do) .130 this post season with one damn RBI in the [...]
Randy Wolf outfoxed the St. Louis Cardinals for seven innings to earn his first postseason win at age 35 and the Milwaukee Brewers got two more hits from Ryan Braun in a 4-2 victory tonight that evened the NL championship series at 2-all.
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Shaun Marcum thinks people really want to see two aces face off in Game 7 with the NL pennant on the line. He can go a long way to forcing that matchup with a strong effort Sunday.
Lance Berkman singles to center to start the bottom of the second inning for the Cardinals. He’s 5 for 12 in the LCS.
Update: With one out, David Freese gets hit by a Zack Greinke pitch. That puts runners on first and second.
The Brewers stopped the bleeding and the Cards from grabbing a 3-1 lead. Milwaukee rallied back from an early deficit to snag a 4-2 victory over St. Louis and square the NLCS at 2-2.
Now that the Milwaukee Brewers have snapped their decades-long postseason road losing streak, they have a chance to regain
the advantage in their NL championship series against the St. Louis Cardinals.
Milwaukee RHP Zack Greinke (1-0, 8.18 ERA) vs. St. Louis LHP Jaime Garcia (0-2, 7.36).