The defending champions can end the Washington Nationals’ amazing season Thursday in Game 4 in the nation’s capital.
MASN broadcaster Bob Carpenter & Sports Hub co-host Maurice Drummond joined the show to review Game 3 of the NLDS while looking ahead to a pivotal Game 4.
Taking the mound for only the fourth time in 2012, missing a rib after surgery, the 37-year-old Carpenter pitched scoreless ball into the sixth.
The Cardinals’ hope for a return of the 2011 Chris Carpenter as they attempt to break the 1-1 tie in the NLDS against the Washington Nationals. The Nationals, meanwhile, attempt to find the offensive firepower and consistent starting pitching that gave them the Major’s best regular season record.
St. Louis ace hurler taking on former Cardinal Edwin Jackson in NLDS Game 3 Wednesday afternoon in Washington DC.
The telecast will be available across the country exclusively on MLB Network, including in the St. Louis and Washington home television territories.
The Cardinals have replaced pitcher Jaime Garcia on their Division Series roster with pitcher Shelby Miller.
The Cardinals are having no trouble getting men on base, and the Nationals are struggling from their inexperience. These and other observations from Games One and Two of the NLDS.
Jon Jay had two hits and three RBIs, plus an outstanding catch at the center-field wall. The Cardinals even the NLDS as the series heads to Washington.
The Nationals escaped a bases-loaded jam in the seventh inning, pinch hitter Tyler Moore blooped a two-out, two-run single in the eighth.