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Who Wins?
Cards in 3
0%
 0%  [ 0 ]
Cards in 4
20%
 20%  [ 5 ]
Cards in 5
12%
 12%  [ 3 ]
Nats in 3
12%
 12%  [ 3 ]
Nats in 4
25%
 25%  [ 6 ]
Nats in 5
29%
 29%  [ 7 ]
Total Votes : 24

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PostPosted: Fri Oct 05, 2012 8:36 pm    Post subject: NLDS: St. Louis Cardinals Vs. Washington Nationals Reply with quote

National League Division Series



VS.



Schedule
Game 1 at Busch Stadium:(Sunday October 7th, 3:00pm ET)
Game 2 at Busch Stadium:(Monday October 8th, 4:30pm ET)
Game 3 at Nationals Park:(Wednesday October 10th, TBD)
Game 4 at Nationals Park:(Thursday October 11th, TBD) If Needed
Game 5 at Nationals Park:(Friday October 12th, TBD) If Needed

Probable Starters
Game 1: Adam Wainwright (14-13 3.94 ERA) vs. Gio Gonzalez (21-8 2.89 ERA)
Game 2: Jaime Garcia (7-7 3.92 ERA) vs. Jordan Zimmerman (12-8 2.94 ERA)
Game 3: Chris Carpenter (0-2 3.71 ERA) vs. Edwin Jackson (10-11 4.03 ERA)
Game 4: Kyle Lohse (16-3 2.86 ERA) vs. Ross Detwiler (10-8 3.40 ERA)
Game 5: TBA(If Needed)

Playoffs Review
NLWC
St. Louis: 6 vs. Atlanta: 3

Team Rosters:
St. Louis Cardinals
Pitchers
Mitchell Boggs
Chris Carpenter
Sam Freeman
Jaime Garcia
Joe Kelly
Kyle Lohse
Lance Lynn
Victor Marte
Shelby Miller
Jason Motte
Edward Mujica
Trevor Rosenthal
Marc Rzepczynski
Fernando Salas
Adam Wainwright
Jake Westbrook

Catchers
Bryan Anderson
Tony Cruz
Steven Hill
Yadier Molina

Infielders
Lance Berkman
Matt Carpenter
Daniel Descalso
David Freese
Ryan Jackson
Pete Kozma
Skip Schumaker

Outfielders
Carlos Beltran
Adron Chambers
Allen Craig
Matt Holliday
Jon Jay
Shane Robinson

Washington Nationals
Pitchers
Sean Burnett
Tyler Clippard
Ross Detwiler
Zach Duke
Christian Garcia
Gio Gonzalez
Michael Gonzalez
Tom Gorzelanny
Edwin Jackson
John Lannan
Ryan Mattheus
Craig Stammen
Drew Storen
Stephen Strasburg
Chien-Ming Wang
Jordan Zimmermann

Catchers
Jesus Flores
Sandy Leon
Kurt Suzuki

Infielders
Ian Desmond
Danny Espinosa
Adam LaRoche
Steve Lombardozzi
Chad Tracy
Ryan Zimmerman

Outfielders
Roger Bernadina
Corey Brown
Mark DeRosa
Bryce Harper
Tyler Moore
Michael Morse
Eury Perez
Jayson Werth
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 05, 2012 8:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Cards in four. Nationals are young, lack playoff experience. Cards have experience, they score runs in bunches no matter who is pitching and their bullpen is excellent.
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 05, 2012 8:39 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Should be a tough series. Nats pitching vs. Cardinals hitting
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 05, 2012 8:44 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

CWood21 wrote:
Should be a tough series. Nats pitching vs. Cardinals hitting


Cards pitching is dangerous too. Carp, and Wainwright ready to go. I have Cards in 4.
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only chance cards have is lack of nats postseason experience and having 1st two games at home
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GFalcon wrote:
only chance cards have is lack of nats postseason experience and having 1st two games at home


Not having strasburg also helps
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 05, 2012 8:59 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

twslhs20 wrote:
GFalcon wrote:
only chance cards have is lack of nats postseason experience and having 1st two games at home


Not having strasburg also helps


It'll be overblown. The Nats, especially in the 2nd half, don't lose due to starting pitching but instead due to dead bats.
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Why are the first games in St. Louis? I thought the Nats had homefield?
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MOSteelers56 wrote:
Why are the first games in St. Louis? I thought the Nats had homefield?
Division series go 2-3 this year with the Nats getting 3 home games as applicable.

Next year would be 2-2-1 with the Nats getting 1-2-5 at home.
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ramssuperbowl99 wrote:
MOSteelers56 wrote:
Why are the first games in St. Louis? I thought the Nats had homefield?
Division series go 2-3 this year with the Nats getting 3 home games as applicable.

Next year would be 2-2-1 with the Nats getting 1-2-5 at home.


Just to piggy back for more explanation.

The schedule was made before the change to the playoff rules. Adding the extra WC game was only possible by eliminating a travel day during the division series matchup. So it had to be 2-3 to make sure each team got at least one home game.
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Gonna be a tough series. Cards in 5.
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mse326 wrote:
ramssuperbowl99 wrote:
MOSteelers56 wrote:
Why are the first games in St. Louis? I thought the Nats had homefield?
Division series go 2-3 this year with the Nats getting 3 home games as applicable.

Next year would be 2-2-1 with the Nats getting 1-2-5 at home.


Just to piggy back for more explanation.

The schedule was made before the change to the playoff rules. Adding the extra WC game was only possible by eliminating a travel day during the division series matchup. So it had to be 2-3 to make sure each team got at least one home game.


Or MLB could have just started the season a day or two earlier. Common sense fail
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 06, 2012 8:13 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Go Nats.
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Slateman wrote:
mse326 wrote:
ramssuperbowl99 wrote:
MOSteelers56 wrote:
Why are the first games in St. Louis? I thought the Nats had homefield?
Division series go 2-3 this year with the Nats getting 3 home games as applicable.

Next year would be 2-2-1 with the Nats getting 1-2-5 at home.


Just to piggy back for more explanation.

The schedule was made before the change to the playoff rules. Adding the extra WC game was only possible by eliminating a travel day during the division series matchup. So it had to be 2-3 to make sure each team got at least one home game.


Or MLB could have just started the season a day or two earlier. Common sense fail


The schedule was already out. Which meant plans for the stadiums use already started. You can't alter the schedule once realeased.
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 06, 2012 2:16 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I don't like rooting for an NL East team, but I hate the Cardinals more than I hate the Nationals. I think Washington wins this in 5.
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