LA Dodgers vs. St Louis Cardinals Game 1: Live Score and NLCS Highlights
The Cardinals take Game 1 of the NLCS on a Carlos Beltran walk off single! Beltran delivered with his bat and his defense as the Cardinals beat the Dodgers 3-2 in 13 innings. Thanks for staying up late with us for our live coverage.
Carlos Beltran's game-winning hit.
The Cardinals box score. Carlos Beltran is the player of the game.
Dodgers box score.
The man of the hour. Offense and defense, Beltran did it all tonight! What a great performance by a clutch player.
CARDINALS WIN! Carlos Beltran delivers in the clutch with a walk-off single! He knocks in all 3 runs.
Carlos Beltran vs. Kenley Jansen with winning run on second? Yes please.— Eye on Baseball (@EyeOnBaseball) October 12, 2013
OK, who wants to look up the last 13th-inning double-switch in postseason history. Gotta be a classic.— Jayson Stark (@jaysonst) October 12, 2013
It's a double-switch for LA. Scott Van Slyke comes in at CF, replacing Ethier and Kenley Jansen is on the mound to face Carlos Beltran.
Matt Carpenter walks and Carlos Beltran comes to the plate with Daniel Descalso in scoring position with one out.— St. Louis Cardinals (@Cardinals) October 12, 2013
This is the longest post-season game by innings in Cardinals history. Previous long was 10/20/2004 vs. HOU (12 inn).— St. Louis Cardinals (@Cardinals) October 12, 2013
Kenley Jansen is warming up in the pen.
Only two players left on the Cardinals bench.
Juan Uribe strikes out. Two down in the 13th.
Cardinals have only 3 hits in the last 9 innings.— Jon Morosi (@jonmorosi) October 12, 2013
End of the 12th as we pass midnight St. Louis time. Due up in the 13th for Los Angeles: Puig (0-5), Uribe (2-5), Ethier (1-4).— St. Louis Cardinals (@Cardinals) October 12, 2013
David Freese ends the inning on a strike out. Cardinals go down 1-2-3. We head to the 13th.
Chris Withrow and his glorious mustache are in the pitch the 12th.
Cardinals will walk Hanley Ramirez. It's now two on with one out, following a sacrifice. Michael Young is up.
Carl Crawford leads off the 12th with a single.
We're now into the longest NLCS game since the epic 12-inning Cardinals-Astros Game 6 of 2004 NLCS won on Jim Edmonds walkoff HR— Jayson Stark (@jaysonst) October 12, 2013
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