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Kyle Lohse versus Randy Wolf might be the furthest thing from an exciting postseason pitching matchup, but these are the two men the St. Louis Cardinals and Milwaukee Brewers will turn to for Thursday night's Game 4 at Busch Stadium. St. Louis grabbed the lead in the series with their 4-3 victory in Game 3 on Wednesday. A huge win for them, which sets up an opportunity to take a commanding 3-1 advantage, while leaving open the possibility of not returning to Milwaukee. On the flip side, the Brewers desperately need to even this series so that regardless of Game 5's result, they will have a chance to win the NLCS at Miller Park. It's a pivotal contest. In order for each team to get their desired result, they will undoubtedly need big bounce back starts from Lohse and Wolf. Both are two veteran starting pitchers that filled their roles as middle-of-rotation arms more than admirably during the regular season, but suffered ugly, confidence shaking losses — at least among t...
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