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becoming bitter rivals. This is their second straight NLCS
facing one another and action has been back and forth both on
the field and at the window.
“Vogelsong faced the Cardinals twice in the 2012 NLCS and won
both games, allowing one run on four hits over seven innings
each time,” Scott Kaminsky of The Greek tells
Covers. “On both occasions Games 2 and 6 the Giants
were one game down in a series they eventually won in seven.”
Kaminsky also points out the fact that Vogelsong is the “only
pitcher in major league history to have allowed one or fewer
runs in five or more innings in each of his first five
“Tonight’s game between St. Louis and San Francisco is
getting split action from smart and recreational players
alike. With those little tidbits above hard to bet against
San Fran,” Kaminsky says.