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GAME ONE

PITTSBURGH PIRATES

Starling Marte - LF

Neil Walker - 2B

Andrew McCutchen - CF

Justin Morneau - 1B

Marlon Byrd - RF

Pedro Alvarez - 3B

Russell Martin - C

Clint Barmes - SS

A.J. Burnett - RHP (10-11, 3.30 ERA)

ST. LOUIS CARDINALS

Matt Carpenter - 2B

Carlos Beltran - RF

Matt Holliday - LF

Matt Adams - 1B

Yadier Molina - C

Jon Jay - CF

David Freese - 3B

Daniel Descalso - SS

Adam Wainwright - RHP (19-9, 2.94 ERA)

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I swear I was just telling someone this afternoon that Beltran was going to have a huge series because of all the rest he had been given this year and all the rest he was just coming off of for this series.

Too bad I didn't have it in writing :(

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Adam Ace comes up big.

He set the tone by retiring the first 11 batters that he faced.

Very rarely would he give out a free pass in the regular season, and he gave out none in his first postseason game.

ADAM WAINWRIGHT O (vs. PIRATES, N.L.C.S., GAME ONE)

IP:. 7

H:o 3

R:O 1

BB: 0

SO: 9

Pitches: 105 (71 Strikes, 34 Balls)

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GAME THREE

ST. LOUIS CARDINALS

Matt Carpenter - 2B

Carlos Beltran - RF

Matt Holliday - LF

Yadier Molina - C

David Freese - 3B

Matt Adams - 1B

Jon Jay - CF

Peter Kozma - SS

Joe Kelly - RHP (10-5, 2.69 ERA)

[9-3, 2.28 ERA] O (STARTER) OOO [1-2, 3.65 ERA] O (RELIEVER)

PITTSBURGH PIRATES

Starling Marte - LF

Neil Walker - 2B

Andrew McCutchen - CF

Justin Morneau - 1B

Marlon Byrd - RF

Pedro Alvarez - 3B

Russell Martin - C

Clint Barmes - SS

Francisco Liriano - LHP (16-8, 3.02 ERA)

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I think the ump is just poor. He's calling strikes into the RH batters box, and not calling actual strikes to the other side of the plate.

He's been real inconsistent but I meant it's hard for us viewers to judge balls and strikes.

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POSTED ON AUGUST 30th

Liriano has owned the Cardinals this season.

That's 3 straight gems in a one month period !!!

FRANCISCO LIRIANO O (vs. CARDINALS, 8/30)

IP:. 8

H:o 2

R:O 0

BB: 2

SO: 6

Pitches: 95 (57 Strikes, 38 Balls)

2013 ERA: 2.57

He picked up where he left in the first 4 innings.

A Carlos Beltran 2-out, 2-RBI single finally got to him in the 5th.

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He (Liriano) picked up where he left in the first 4 innings.

A Carlos Beltran 2-out, 2-RBI single finally got to him in the 5th.

In 3 games against the Cardinals this season, Liriano had been 3-0 with an 0.75 E.R.A., and an 0.625 W.H.I.P.

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