St. Louis Cardinals vs. Washington Nationals Game 4: Live Score, NLDS Analysis
Final: Nationals 2, Cardinals 1
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For tomorrow's Game 5, it's going to be back-and-forth. Two runs won't do it. Both bullpens are going to have to be ready to go.
I'm expecting at least six runs from each side.
It should definitely be exciting.
Key Hitters for Game 5:
St. Louis - Yadier Molina: He has to get going to set up the bottom of the lineup, which has been successful thus far.
Washington - Bryce Harper: He has to be able to set up Ryan Zimmerman and the middle of the lineup.
This makes three of the last four postseason games won by walkoff.
There's been controversy this postseason, but this has been one of the more exciting in recent memory.
As far as Jim Joyce is concerned, he was off tonight. But, he was consistently off for both teams.
Hitters have to make adjustments. Most didn't.
Werth did in his final at-bat. Guess what? It paid off.
The game was sluggish for a long time. Nothing like fireworks to end it.
Great pitching and defensive game.
While most wanted to see more offense, old-timers love a good duel. We got that and all fans should be satisfied.
It's all down to one game. NL wins leader Gio Gonzalez vs. Adam Wainwright.
After tonight's pitching duel, this one might be a high-scoring game.
Werth credits his boy Raul Ibanez.
I guess Natitude is alive and well.
JAYSON WERTH COMES THROUGH!!!
Time for Jayson Werth to show Nats' fans he deserved that fat contract.
Desmond makes the catch! Nice play on the shortstop's part.
We go to the bottom of the ninth. Werth, Harper and Zimmerman up. Nats' fans have to be confident.
A walk after contact on a foul ball. The Cardinals are getting somewhere.
HEY, WE HAVE CONTACT....foul
For those wondering, top of the order up for the Nats in the bottom of the ninth.
Last eight have been by way of the K.
Hitters are just going to have to go after anything close. It's been tough to get a read on Jim Joyce the entire game.
Great pitch by Drew Storen. Climbed the ladder with that one.
WHERE'S THE OFFENSE?
We go to the ninth.
Bryce Harper's haircut seriously makes him look like he has a toupee on.
The hitting has been very sub-par this game. There's only been three guys that reached second. One of those was LaRoche with a home run.
Desmond retired with another groundout.
A big strikeout by Molina. We head to the bottom of the eighth.
A two-out walk. Hmmm....
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