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Cardinals up 2-0, but can’t let Dodgers back in it as series shifts to Los Angeles

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The Cardinals have only scored four runs in the first two games of this NLCS as this series heads into Los Angeles for a possible three more games.

The St. Louis offense was dominated by Zack Greinke and Clayton Kershaw, yet the Cardinals are somehow up 2-0 in this series. The Cardinals four runs in this series were scored by all three RBIs in Game 1 in 13 innings by Carlos Beltran and a lone sac fly by David Freese in the Bottom of the 5th in Game 2.

With Adam Wainwright taking the hill in Game 3 tonight, the Cardinals seem to be in perfect position to take a commanding 3-0 series lead as the Dodgers will turn to Hyun-Jin Ryu. Wainwright, coming off his complete game 6-1 victory in Game 5 of the NLDS over the Pirates is now 4-0 in six start (15 games in his postseason…

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Ortiz, Red Sox Sting Tigers 6-5, Tie ALCS At 1

This was a great game! By CBS Houston

CBS Houston

BOSTON (AP) — With one swing, David Ortiz tied the game and helped the Boston Red Sox send the AL championship series to Detroit tied one game apiece.

Ortiz’s grand slam erased an eighth-inning deficit and ended Detroit’s unprecedented run of pitching dominance, then Jonny Gomes scampered around the bases with the game-winning run in the ninth to give Boston a 6-5 victory over the Tigers on Sunday night.

“We need it, man. We need start some momentum going on,” Ortiz said. “The whole regular season, you haven’t seen a team shutting us down for 14, 15 straight innings like they have the past couple of days. If you look at the way they’ve been pitching, (it’s) unbelievable. It’s up to us make an adjustment.”

One night after Anibal Sanchez and four relievers came within two outs of the first combined postseason no-hitter in baseball history, Max Scherzer struck out…

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