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Dodgers and Cardinals scoreless through four innings in Game 2 of NLCS

Oct 12, 2013, 5:12 PM EDT

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After the Dodgers and Cardinals needed 13 innings to determine a winner in Game 1 of the NLCS last night, we’re scoreless through four innings in Game 2 this afternoon at Busch Stadium.

With the shadows looming on the field of play, Michael Wacha and Clayton Kershaw have dominated the hitters early on in this one, giving up just one hit apiece. The biggest scoring threat came in the bottom of the first inning after Matt Carpenter led off with a triple to right field, but Kershaw was able to strand him at third base. There will be no no-hit bid for Wacha this time around, but the rookie right-hander has matched Kershaw so far, striking out four batters while walking none. That includes two swinging strikeouts of Yasiel Puig.

We have a quite a pitchers’ duel on our hands here. On to the fifth inning we go.

  1. thebadguyswon - Oct 12, 2013 at 6:13 PM

    Puig is coming up very small.

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