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2011-10-12 Brewers (Gallardo) at Cardinals (Carpenter) - [Brewers lose, 4-3; trail NLCS, 2-1]

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Posted: October 12, 2011, 4:09 AM Post
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Yovani Gallardo

He didn't earn the victory, but Gallardo held the D-backs to one run over six innings in a must-win Game 5 of the NLDS, helping the Brewers win a postseason series for the first time since 1982.

Cardinals vs. Gallardo
Gallardo Game Log

Chris Carpenter

Coming off a defining game, Carpenter will take the ball in the first Cardinals home game of the series. His ERA was .80 better at home than on the road, and he allowed just five homers at Busch Stadium all year.

Brewers vs. Carpenter
Carpenter Game Log

Starting Lineups

  1. Hart RF
  2. Kotsay CF
  3. Braun LF
  4. Fielder 1B
  5. Weeks 2B
  6. Hairston 3B
  7. Betancourt SS
  8. Lucroy C
  9. Gallardo

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Posted: October 12, 2011, 4:24 AM Post
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Here's to a scoreless bottom of the 1st!


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And also to the game actually being played tonight.

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Posted: October 12, 2011, 4:40 AM Post
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It's go time. And by that, I of course mean Yo-time.

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And also to the game actually being played tonight.
Yeah, could be interesting. 60% chance of rain today, 80% tonight. But, at least Narv is ready to go if weather makes it challenging....here's to Carp having problems!


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As of right now, I do not anticipate any problems with the weather, just scattered showers. But that could change later if more stuff develops.


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Thursday, Friday and Saturday all look good weather-wise in St Louis. If they can play tonight they should play, but I don't want any part of a game which is suspended after 4 and carried over to Thursday. Don't see the need to rush into this as dates in Milwaukee (if necessary) are guaranteed.


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I have selfish reasons for not wanting a delay...my plane back to Milwaukee is on Saturday and I have tickets for 6 & 7. I'd rather not be on a flight wondering if there will even be a game 6.


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Axford should start. He could go 2 scoreless toe-to-toe with Carpenter.

Then it should rain cats & donkeys for 50 minutes.


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Kotsay in CF? Begin BF.net meltdown in 3...2...1


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I don't understand that at all. Word was they were considering Gomez in CF today for defense. How that ends up as Kotsay is so far beyond me.


Edit: Looking back, I guess they never said they were considering Gomez, only considering sitting Morgan. Eesh.


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Posted: October 12, 2011, 6:51 AM Post
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Kotsay in CF and hitting 2nd? Good lord.


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Kotsay in CF? Begin BF.net meltdown in 3...2...1


lol ... I was just thinking the same thing. I just don't get RR sometimes. Here's to hoping Kotsay goes 4-4 with 2 doubles, 3 RBI's and 4 runs scored!


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Posted: October 12, 2011, 6:59 AM Post
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You have got to be kidding me!! If you are going to do this, at the very least move Hairston to the 2 spot.

This is not Shea Vucinich


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Posted: October 12, 2011, 7:02 AM Post
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Why do I get the feeling that I'm going to be screaming at the TV tonight when Jay hits a ball not quite to the warning track and slightly right of CF.

This is not Shea Vucinich


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If it's not going to be Morgan, how could it NOT be Gomez at this point? He's hit the ball well in the playoffs and he's by far the best CF on the roster in the field. This is just another one of those ridiculous moves that RR makes. It makes absolutely no sense at all.

Despite that, this is a crucial game for the Brewers. Sure, losing isn't the end of the world, but if they could somehow steal this one I would feel a lot better about our chances. We'd have beaten their ace, would have Greinke going in game 5 and be assured of coming home for the weekend.

That being said, on paper, this one feels like a sure loss. Yo can't beat the Cardinals and Carpenter has been dominating lately.


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Please prove us wrong Ron and Mark. But I sure hope St. Louis doesn't hit anything to center today ... ugh. Sick to my stomach thinking about a close game decided by a lead off triple somewhere that Gomez or Morgan would normally camp under.


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ugh. the game hasn't started and kotsay batting 2nd feels like we're already down 2-0.


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Kotsay in CF is an unforgivably bad move in such a meaningful game & series. I'm basically at a loss for words.

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Why do I get the feeling that I'm going to be screaming at the TV tonight when Jay hits a ball not quite to the warning track and slightly right of CF.
You forgot the part where Pujols homers next, and that there are two outs.


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