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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.
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ST. LOUIS Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Zack Greinke has taken plenty of criticism for not performing in high-pressure settings, particularly in Yankee Stadium earlier this season.
But, on the eve of thebiggest start of his career, Greinke remained unfazed.
As Greinke prepared to take the mound for Game 5 of the NL Championship Series, it's clear the pressure of the...
Off to a blistering 6-for-12 start against the Brewers in the first three games of the National League Championship Series, David Freese was moved to cleanup for Game 4 on Thursday night.
There was a whole lot of things not to like about last night's NLCS contest between the Cardinals and Brewers if you were a Brewers' fan. Much, of course, has been made of the four errors committed by the Brewers that led to three unearned runs. Much also has been made of Tony LaRussa's brilliant gamesmanship as manager during the game (eyeroll). And of course, there...
The Brewers once more couldn't win with the talented Zack Greinke on the mound for Friday night's Game 5 of the National League Championship Series at Busch Stadium, but they've been in that spot before. All of Greinke's losses in 2011 have occurred on the road.
The NLCS is down to a best-of-3, with Game 5 featuring starters from Sunday's opener. Will Zack Greinke spark the Brewers or can Jaime Garcia rebound to give the Cards the upper hand?
National League championship series game five action coming your way at 8:05 p.m. ET! Taste it! Zack Greinke goes for the Brewers and Jaime Garcia for the Cardinals. The series is tied two-two. We hope you are riveted. More »
The National League Championship Series reaches Game 5 on Friday night, with the St. Louis Cardinals hosting the Milwaukee Brewers.
Jaime Garcia is the starter for the Cardinals for Game 5, with the Brewers set to counter with Zack Greinke. In Game 4 on Thursday night the Brewers picked up a 4-2 win to tie the series at 2-2.