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Samuel Reese Coming to you live right here on Sportscaster.
It is the National League Championship Series.
Game one, the Washington Nationals at the St Louis Cardinals.
I appreciate all of you tuning in.
Sorry I'm late to start the broadcast.
I know the game started quite a while ago as we are now into the bottom of the sixth.
I was actually commentating my high school's football game, and I just got back.
Wanted to get a sportscaster stream in here on a Friday night.
Annabelle Sanchez, still on the mound for the Nationals, is pitched usage tonight 29 times with the fastball.
13 with the splitter.
11 using the cutter in just three times with the curveball.
He's still out there now for the bottom of the sixth inning that swung on and missed for Strike one.
He still hasn't let up a run.
There's a reason why you still out there here in the sixth.
It's called a young up at bat for St Louis.
He's over one tonight with a strikeout.
See what he can do up that bad.
Here it is a best of seven series, the National League Championship Series of the MLB playoffs.
Here comes the Owen from Sanchez.
That's up high for Ball one, and the St Louis Cardinals do have home field advantage, and it's a 232 formats.
So the 1st 2 games of the series will be in St Louis.
The next three after that will be in Washington, and then the last two will be in St Louis.
That is, if necessary, for Games 56 and seven miles.
Michaelis for the Cardinals tonight.
Six innings pitched, just allowing seven hits, one earned run, two walks, seven strikeouts and 98 pitches.
It's really been a pitching duel tonight.
Right now, Washington has the lead just fairly.
It's one to nothing.
This game, a very close one here in the sixth.
Here comes the 12 from Sanchez.
On the on deck, by the way, is Randy Eras Arena.
That pitch is way up high at 96 miles an hour for a ball to the count.
Now, even warming up in the bullpen. Four.
St Louis is the writing Gallegos.
So Gallegos is warming up.
We'll see how soon he comes, and I'd expect him to come in here in this in the in the next inning in the seventh.
I think that's it for Michaelis.
This is pop tie up there into foul territory towards the back stop.
This ball will go into the crowd.
And it was, It's Gomes behind the plate tonight for Washington.
Back on August 19th Paul the young, they hit the Big Mac land sign and it it literally just broke the sign it damaged.
The sign turned the lights out.
So that's why it is empty up there.
Where the Big Mac lands signed.
Used to be that pitch, by the way, from Sanchez's up high, full count here.
Sanchez, The impressive part about it is he's only at 62 pitches.
He's been making the most of every inning, looking out at the Washington bullpen.
Still not active.
They have trust in Sanchez here to get through the inning.
Here comes the 32 pitch.
It's getting loud inside Busch Stadium in St Louis.
This is swung on and that will be fell down the left field line.
The count stays the same.
So do Young will take a step out of the batter's box seven pitches so far in this at bat, it is really a pitching and hitting duel here.
Sanchez versus the young, the young, the number eight hitter in the lineup tonight for the Cardinals.
Here comes another 32 The delivery swim on and missed for strike three.
And of all, Sanchez delivers a strike.
And Paul the young goes back to the dugout, being struck out Anibal Sanchez with a big, big strike out there, one down now in the bottom of the sixth inning.
What a pitch there.
You just can't do much about that if you're the header.
This time it was Paul.
See Young, who had the face.
Anibal Sanchez, now 5.
1 innings, pitched, no hits nowhere and runs just one walk in five strikeouts.
He's still bidding for a no hitter here in the sixth.
I know he has a little ways to go, but he has a no hitter.
Still, that pitch is clips the top of the strike zone for strike. One.
Randy Eras Arena in as a pinch hitter in 2019 1 pinch hitting.
He bats 402 for five.
It's a little deceiving, but here comes the 01 swung on and missed for strike two.
Anibal Sanchez continues to deliver.
Just having a great night.
The Nationals put him out there for Game one, and he is showing them why showing everyone why.
Here's the 02 That's in the dirt for Ball one at 86 miles an hour.
12 Now the count.
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St Louis is Dexter Fowler.
He's over to tonight with a strikeout.
Here's the 12 delivery that hits him that hits a Rose Arena in the Army.
Almost fell because of that, and there's a base runner for St Louis.
Sanchez was looking so good, but then he drills ERAs, Arena in the arm, A Rose Arena takes first base and maybe some hope here for the Cardinals.
He put his left arm into that.
Took that one for the team.
He goes to first base.
The Cardinals, maybe with something here, hit him right where the padding is on his left elbow.
Sanchez was arguing the same thing.
He was arguing that he went into that.
I could definitely see that argument, but Arizona takes first, it's getting a lot inside Busch Stadium.
Sanchez throws it over to Zimmerman, tries to catch arrows.
He's back on first in time.
One out, one man on bottom of the sixth inning in the National League Championship Series in the Major League Baseball 2019 postseason, Ariz.
Arena is looking for the steal.
The pitch 88 miles an hour, right down there for strike.
Dexter Fowler up That bad.
He's over to with a strikeout in the flyover.
The shift is on.
Turn of the shortstop is right of second base.
That just tells you everything you need to know.
ERA A Rose Arena on first.
Dexter Fowler, a pet that it's back to the top of the order for St Louis.
By the way, that pitch is fouled back by Falla Row to the count.
So Anabel Sanchez, his time through the order of this season for the first batter.
5 87 Opponent O.
P s allowing seven home runs.
Second batter is better, but then the third batter is the one he struggled against allowing 12 home runs.
That's very interesting.
The third batter tonight is Paul Goldsman.
He can hit We'll see if we get to him in the inning or if we'll have to wait for the seventh for that.
So the 02 coming up a Rose Arena looking for the chance to steal Sanchez with one eye on first, she throws it over to Zimmerman, a Rose Arena back on first in time, some booze raining down from Busch Stadium.
They just want him to pitch the ball.
Oh, and he doesn't once again a row.
Serena Once again, back on time.
It's a no to count in a ball.
Sanchez has been out there for 70 pitches.
Still going through six still hasn't allowed to hit, just even though he did walk a Rose Arena.
That pitch is inside for ball.
One very slow pitch there, just at 69 miles an hour.
So it's a one to count.
Wouldn't be surprised if Farrow's arena look to steal.
Sanchez taken a lot of time between pitches.
A Rose Arena goes, it's down low in the dirt, and that's a stolen base for St Louis.
No problem there for Randy A Rose Arena.
He stole it easily, not even attempt from Gomez to throw its a second he took off in well before Sanchez released that one.
He was into second.
And that's a stolen base well done by Eros Arena.
Common is a pinch hitter making an impact and now a runner in scoring position for the Cardinals and zipping it over this Kendrick is Sanchez, a Rose Arena back on second in time to into the count.
The six Dexter Fowler up at bat in the National League Championship Series.
Sanchez was looking over his left shoulder through it on the right side.
A grounder There is Kendrick Kendrick to Zimmerman for out number two.
Over the third, though, is a Rose Arena.
So another another base there for a Rose Arena.
He's a rounded the bases all the way.
The thirties, 90 feet from tying up this game.
There are two outs, though.
Next up, it is Wong Wong.
Coming up to that, we'll see how Sanchez does here if he can close out the inning unharmed.
Colton Long batting 2 83 with two home runs.
44 R B I in the season, The shift still on, just like it was with Dexter Fowler.
It is getting loud and Busch Stadium, to say the least.
The fans want a big, big hit here from long.
They want to tie up this game.
Long swings at the first pitch that will be fouled off for strike one.
The Cardinals are so so close to tying up this game, it's just one.
Nothing in Nationals lead it a very entertaining ball game here in the MLB postseason National League Championship Series.
Alright, here we go, The old one coming here is the pitch swung by Wong.
It's into center field, but it is Taylor there for the out.
The Nationals get out of the inning unharmed.
Still one to nothing.
And how about that from animals? Sanchez.
He's keeping the shut out.
He also has a no hitter.
Were through 6 2/3 to this one.
It's the Nationals won the Cardinals.
I'll be back at the other side of this commercial break.
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It's now Giovanni Gallegos on the mound for St Louis on the season 66 games, a three and two record to 31 E r A.
93 strikeouts, 16 walks.
Nine Home runs allowed First guy out of the bullpen for either team tonight here in the seventh and that will be in there for strike. One.
Trey Turner to lead off.
He's one for three with a single tonight.
He's the number one hitter in the lineup for the Nationals.
The Cardinal's down by one.
Here is the 01 that's down low for ball one and warming up in the bullpen.
St Louis Is Andrew Miller, the lefty? So Miller is warming up? Probably hoping Gallegos Congar.
01 inning, No problem.
But you never know. In baseball.
Here comes the 11 swung on and missed for Strike two.
I appreciate all of you tuning in here on sportscaster Hope here, enjoying the broadcast.
It's a one to camp go logos on the mound for the Cardinals.
On the other side of things for the Nationals.
Sanchez still with a no, no.
Oh, it's a line drive caught by go Legos for out number one.
How about that guy goes that the quick reflexes.
Trey Turner hit that one right in the path of Gallegos.
He quickly reacted to make the grab for out number 11 down in the seventh for St Louis.
Yeah, that hit that.
It went right to Gallegos on a line drive.
He was there for the out one down here in the seventh inning, up at bat.
Now it's eaten out of me.
The pitch from Gallego swung on and missed for Strike one.
The pitch might have been a little bit low, but eaten still swung anyways.
Adam Eaton, in his career against Gallegos.
He's over three, striking out twice.
Another guy warming up now in the bullpen for St Louis is Web.
So Web and Miller, both lefties or warming up in the pen for St Louis.
Here comes Theo.
One from Giovanni Gallego swung on and missed again for strike.
Two Nice, 94 mile an hour fastball right down the middle from Giovanni.
So far out of the bullpen, it's a no to count.
Can you get another out right here? See, that's here comes the pitch.
The 02 swung on in sliced fell account, stays the same, eaten.
Getting his bat on that one, now, adjusting his gloves back in the batter's box, he goes.
Yadier Molina, of course.
Still the catcher of the St Louis Cardinals, an absolute legend behind the plate.
Giovanni Diego's on the mound, forcing Luis.
Here's the pitch that one just barely outside.
The fans thought it was in there very close, just a little bit outside for ball one.
Great, just barely missing.
It's a chilly night in St Louis, 41 degrees.
It's a miserable night in Massachusetts, all Celia miserable afternoon and night.
I commentated the boys soccer game and the football game on my school.
Luckily, we did both games from the press box, but still, even with the Windows open, it was because we had to have to have the windows open for the camera.
Um, it was still chilly in there.
I can't imagine what it was like outside, although I went out there at halftime of both games and it was not good. It was.
The winds are up to 35 miles an hour in the rain. Coming down.
It's just unbearable.
Almost that pitches inside for Ball three.
It's now a full count, so it goes from O to to a full count.
You got to give Adam Eaton credit for staying alive in the at bat.
On deck for Washington is Anthony Rend own.
He's one for two.
Tonight, he was walked as well.
Here's the 32 from Diego's swung on and I eaten.
And will this drop in left field? Yes, sir.
Well, that will drop down, take a few bounces off the wall.
It goes and rounding first goes eaten, heading the second heading the third.
It's a triple from Adam Eaton.
Adam Eaton with a triple, making it look easy, rounded to in no time.
And he had his eyes on three the whole time and he gets a triple, and the Nationals just like that, have a chance to double their lead.
Still one out in the top of the seventh.
Adam Eaton with the hit out, too, with a nice hit out to left field, and he went sprinting around first, and yet he had his eyes on three the whole time, didn't slow down one bit when he was at second.
Given it all, he got to get to third, and he did just that, making the slide hands first got there before Carpenter could get the tag in.
And that might be it for Giovanni Diego's looks to be the case.
Sure, so Mike Shit is on his way to the mound.
That will be it for Diego's.
It will be either Miller or Web coming in.
We'll see which one after the break.
Thanks so much for tuning, and everybody will be Andrew Miller coming out.
They're here in the top of the seventh.
Can he save the Cardinals? They're only down by one, but another run for the Nationals, and that could be big in a low scoring game like this one.
I'll be back on the other side of the commercial break as the screeching changes made.
All right, Welcome back on the mound for St Louis now is Andrew Miller on the season 73 games of five and six record for 45 e R A.
In 54.2 innings.
70 strikeouts, 27 walks.
11 home runs allowed this postseason, though just two innings pitched but zero hits, no runs in two walks.
He's been impressive so far in the postseason.
He is in a big situation here, and by the way they intentionally walked.
So now runners on the corners for Wash it for Washington.
Too bad he's over three with two ground outs.
There's one out in the seventh.
The Nationals have a one.
Nothing lead trying to double that, perhaps triple it eventually here in the seventh one.
So go about that.
Here comes the pitch that will be a swing and foul back for Strike one.
So in the 2019 NLDS gained 51 Soto had a big time home run.
The launch angle. 26 degrees.
The exit velocity.
Ah, 110 miles an hour.
The projected distance.
449 feet, One soda coming up big and really a shocking Nationals win over the Dodgers in L.
A for Game five.
Here comes the Owen Soto attempting the bunt that was foul Strike two.
So soda was lining up for the bunt there.
So So it's a no to count.
Didn't seem like the Nationals dugout.
Was too too happy about Soto attempting a bunt.
They know he's a great hitter capable of better things.
That pitch from Miller well outside the strike zone for ball one.
Just thanks so much for joining the broadcast, everybody.
I appreciate it.
Andrew Miller was the 2016 a l c s m v p With the Indians.
He had one save in 7.
2 innings pitched, allowing just three hits and no runs back, then, with the Indians will see what he can do here.
The 12 swung on and foul tip, they'll say, hit off of Molina and got away from him.
But it did tip the bat of one Sodo.
Yeah, I just tipped it so, though couldn't control it with his glove.
He was frustrated with himself as well, so it's a one to count.
A big pitch coming from Andrew Miller, one soda up at bat.
It's outside for ball, too.
That pitch not even that close.
It's an even count now, and the last thing the Cardinals can afford to do is load the basis force for Ah, the Nationals.
Next, Andrew Miller.
11 home runs allowed in the regular season.
He had six total in the previous two seasons, so it's definitely been a rough year compared with his previous ones, and the 22 is outside for Ball three.
It's now a full count.
On deck for the Nationals is Howie Kendrick.
He's one for three tonight.
He has a double, has also scored in a run.
A concerned look on Mike Schultz face.
What will Andrew Miller delivered here on the 32 pitch? Here comes the pitch still in London.
Miss for strike.
Andrew Miller with a big strikeout.
Two down in the seventh, the fans with a big round of applause.
They were on the edge of their seats, holding their breath.
Now a sense of relief as Andrew Miller gets the strikeout and looks like that's where he'll ends.
Coming out of the bullpen, it will be Web.
His job struck out Sodo.
It was a long at bat, but Miller did, wanting you to do still runners on the corners for the Nationals here in the top of the seventh, a big second out for St Louis trying to get out of the inning without allowing a run.
A big round of applause for Miller as he walks to the dugout.
His job was to take care of one batter.
He did just that.
It took seven pitches, but he did the job.
Incomes, Web We'll see how that goes to down the top of the seventh.
I'll be back after this.
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It's live coverage of the 2019 nationally championship series.
So Miller against Sodo in this game.
In the seventh inning a minute ago, Miller went with a slider, a slider, a slider, a slider, slider, a cider in a slaughter.
All seven pitches were sliders, and he got him on the 32 well done by Andrew Miller for a big second out for the National for the Cardinals.
Excuse me and out goes Jon Beret, BIA.
It is ready out there on the season.
66 games three and four record 3 50 90 are a 72.
The first pitch for him is outside for ball. One.
Howie Kendrick up at bat in the NLDS.
He went three for seven with runners in scoring position.
We'll see how he does this time with runners in scoring position.
There's runners on the corners.
Remember Riendeau non first eaten on third.
This will be swung on into center field that will drop down a run will score for the Nationals.
They doubled their lead to nothing.
WASHINGTON Howie Kendrick continues to impress with runners in scoring position.
I single over the second goes.
Ren don't eaten scores to nothing.
WASHINGTON A nice bass it from Kendrick right down the middle in shallow center field.
No question about that run.
No, they easily score the Nationals take a big two to nothing lead.
So John Bravia comes out and on a second pitch allows a hit allows a run up.
Now comes the Zimmerman first pitch 93 miles an hour in there for strike one.
Ryan Zimmerman in his career against Arabia.
Well, he's one for one with a double.
He's only faced him once and had success that one time.
So it is Kendrick on first and Rend own on second, the Nationals looking to put even more runs on the board before we head to the seventh inning stretch.
You know one is outside for ball one.
It's have stranded eight.
Now still, John Breath be on the mound, trying to end the sitting as quick as possible.
Now for the Cardinals Arabia winding up.
Here comes the pitch that is in the dirt for ball, too.
And the last thing you can afford to do it if you're the Cardinals is thrill a wild pitch that gets away from Molina Molina.
Really good behind the plate. That will be.
It has to be a really bad pitch to get by you out here.
So Zimmerman, the number six enter.
He's the one up at bat, two to nothing, the Nationals in the lead, adding another run here in the seventh.
Here comes the pitch that is.
Ah, half swing their foul back by Zimmerman for strike two, please.
Known even count Bravia will quickly take off his glove.
Step off the mound for a second.
Take a deep breath.
The St Louis crowd believes he can get the strikeout.
Here comes the two to from John Arabia.
He's winding up now, the delivery slung on and fouled back by Zimmerman.
Zimmerman staying alive in the at bat, Still a two to count.
Zimmerman is not going to make it easy for Bradley, that's for sure.
Straight sobre bia.
Seven pitches, six hits his second batter face.
Here we go. Zimmerman's in the batter's box.
The fans at Busch Stadium believed time is called by Molina as they will start over with the signals, so Zimmerman will step back out of the batter's box breath, take a breath off the mound.
Arabia has quite the beard, by the way, All right.
Now we go another 22 pitch.
And there you go.
No, he did not, says the first base umpire.
He did not swing.
The pitch was outside for ball, three booze raining down from the Cardinals fans, and it's a full count instead of retiring the side.
Oh, that was close.
I think he might have gone. It was close.
I think he might have.
It was awfully close, though, so instead, it's a 32 count.
Big pitch coming from Brett.
Full count to Zimmerman.
The pitch to the plate swung on and foul back.
Zimmerman making contact, staying alive another long at that year.
Zimmerman not necessarily expecting that pitch to go where it went.
Just trying to make any contact possible.
Warming up in the Cardinals bullpen is health.
Lee, so helplessly is warming up for the Cardinals will most likely put him in for the eighth years.
Another 32 It's down low for ball, for the bases are loaded for the Washington Nationals.
So Breath B is 32 pitches down low and that the inning is not over yet.
The bases are loaded for Washington.
They're looking Toa really take off this inning.
It's only two nothing now, but that could get much worse for St Louis in a matter of minutes if they can't find a way. That and the ending.
So Mike Maddux, the pitching coach for St Louis, coming out to the mound, a mound visit here for the Cardinals so they will talk it over, tryto regroup and just end this inning at last without allowing another run and all Elite E w wrestling Dynamite is Wednesdays at 87 Central.
For those of you who are wrestling fans stop of the seventh inning, bases loaded for the Nationals.
They're up two to nothing already.
They have a run this inning, and ever since the Cardinals have gone to the bullpen, which was this inning, Michaelis want a strong six innings.
They took him out in came the open for the seventh.
It's been three guys now and not so good.
Let's see if Arabia can end the ending, though.
Right here, here comes the pitch, and that is foul tipped for strike.
One up at bat for Washington is Michael Taylor.
His career with the bases loaded 2 42 with two home runs.
20 R B I and 18 strikeouts this year.
One count on the mound.
Goes Bravia, waiting for the right sign.
Likes what he sees The 01 delivery right down the middle for strike two.
There are No two count.
Robbie has one strike away from ending the inning.
It was like that a little while ago, but he couldn't end the inning.
Can you do it this time? The fans at Busch Stadium are on their feet.
They believe he can do it.
Let's see the 02 swung on and foul off by Taylor Taylor Staying alive.
Another oh, to pitch coming up from John Rabia.
Take it six three innings.
The Nationals haven't loaded.
They have a chance to They have a chance to extend their lead here.
The 02 once again fouled off again by Taylor, and Rabia will have to do it all over again on the breaking.
Thanks so much for tuning in, everybody.
I'm getting really tired.
Sorry about this.
I commentated a boy soccer game and the football game of my high school in freezing cold weather.
And then I just got home when I started the broadcast for this one.
So I'm really dedicated tonight and wanted to get the stream in here on sportscaster for Game one of the NLCS, that pitch down low in the dirt from Arabia, a one to count 22 pitches.
So it's a one to count Brad be a taken, ah, lot of time in between pitches and Taylor being patient in the at bat.
Here comes the 12 pitch the delivery, and it's down low for ball to the count now, even for Arabia, and each at bat has not come easy for whatever picture has been in this inning for the Cardinals, this sure field.
Here's the pitch, and it's just outside for Ball three.
We have another full count coming up.
How many of those have we had this inning in a ball right here? in the national score.
A strike here in the inning is over.
Big pitch coming up for John Bray, BIA.
What will he do on the 32 on deck for Washington is Yang Gums.
He's two for two tonight with an R B I and a walk.
It's a matter of if you'll be up in the in this inning or if you'll have to wait till the eighth.
Here comes the three to the pitch to the plate, swung on into center field.
It's going, and there is Dexter Fowler catches it for the out.
The seventh inning or the top of the seventh inning comes to the end.
We're at the seventh inning stretch.
Yes, the Cardinals allow a run, but it could have been much worse.
A minor victory there for the Cardinals, only down by two.
They will be up at bat after this break, trying to get on the board for the first time tonight, trying to get a hit for the first time.
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How about Anibal Sanchez? Tonight? He is on fire, Still hasn't allowed a hit through six.
We'll see what he can do here in the bottom of the seventh inning.
Still out there 75 pitches.
It's kept his pitch count really low, too.
Considering how DP has gone into this game, the first pitch down low for ball won the Nationals lead it by a score of 2 to.
Here comes the 10 pitch.
It's Paul Goldschmidt up to bet that clips the bottom of the strike zone for strike 111 Now the count and the ball.
Sanchez, so far, six plus innings pitched, allows zero hits nowhere and runs just one walk in five strikeouts.
Very solid night from Sanchez in the 11 coming time is called the Nationals bullpen.
Active for the first time. Tonight is the righty.
Rainy warming up.
We'll see when and if he comes in.
The 11 is outside from Sanchez for ball, too.
So Paul Goldschmidt, tonight over to with two flyouts trying to Well, the whole team is trying to get their first hit tonight, not just him.
It's a 21 count. Here's the pitch.
Goldschmidt got a lot on that, but it's talked to high and sprinting into that one is Ren.
Don't excuse me and he's there for the out one down in the inning for the Nationals, that ball was popped tie up into left field.
Look for sure it was actually trade Turner to make the other. I apologize.
It was the shortstop.
Turner Soda was also in the area, but Turner had it all the way to make the out son.
So now Anibal Sanchez, with a no hitter through 6.
1 innings pitched.
We'll see how long, how much longer he can keep that up, his 80th pitch of the game in there for strike one.
So about that, now it's Marcel Ozuna.
Here comes the deal.
One to Ozuna, the pitch to the plate swung on and missed for strike two.
That has some massive change on that pitch from Sanchez.
Over to tonight.
He's had a fly out in a foul out as well, the 02 from Sanchez Sanchez picking up from right where he left off, and that's just a bit inside for ball one.
That one was close.
A little bit inside the strike zone, you hard thrower.
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Therefore, the catch is Adam Eaton.
Two up, two down in the bottom of the seventh inning, Sanchez continues to roll for giving him a fight.
Now Sanchez, with the no hitter through 6.
2 innings, pitched.
He keeps on going next up at bet for the Cardinals, it is Yadier Molina.
Here's the delivery from Sanchez popped up foul back by Molina for strike one.
You see, as you said Yadier Molina over to, he has a fly out in the ground out.
So far tonight, it's a No. One count.
Sanchez 85th pitch coming up.
Anibal Sanchez, by the way, has four ground outs, 11 flyouts and five strikeouts.
A lot of distribution on all of his outs, A real variety.
The 01 fouled back for strike to another foul ball from Yadier Molina.
Go to now the Count Sanchez, a strike away from striking out from striking out another batter and ending the inning in having a no no through seven.
Here comes the pitch.
Oh, it hits, Um, it hits Molina and the back side.
Wouldn't you know it? Sanchez was looking so good on the 02 buddy hits Molina and the back side, so Yadier Molina takes first base.
Molina turned his back on that one.
The ball hit him right there, and he'll take first base.
Maybe the Cardinals can get some momentum here.
Still no hits, another walk from Sanchez, but still no hits.
But the seventh inning rolls on.
Still, two outs up at bat now for St Louis is Matt Carpenter Carpenter over to tonight, but the ground out in a strikeout.
The shift is on for the Nationals.
They are way shifted over to the right in the first pitch from Sanchez in there for strike one at 89 miles an hour.
One count carpet.
They're trying to get something going for St Louis St Louis trying to get the first hit of the game, Still a no hitter for Anibal Sanchez going here in the seventh.
Sanchez will throw it over the Zimmerman at first, trying to catch Molina leading moving up back on first in time for six packs in a year.
You one coming up Sanchez with one eye over At first.
Here's the pitch, and there's a strike, this time at the inside part of the plate.
Oh, to the count.
The fans didn't like the call, but the right call in the end.
83 miles an hour.
You know, two counts.
Sanchez a strike away from ending the ending.
Can you do it up against Matt Carpenter? Here's the delivery.
Carpenter still swings.
It's a roller to Zimmerman.
Zimmerman steps on first for out.
Number three were through seven innings.
Still a no hitter for Anibal Sanchez having the game of his life, the national still up to nothing, The Cardinalsoffense unable to get going.
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Here is a game summary for you for the Nationals.
Seven innings pitched, no hits, no runs, one walk, five strikeouts, 89 pitches and no hits.
That's a regular season high for 100 12 pitches.
Yan gums with an R B I double in the second.
Howie Kendrick with an R B I single in the seventh for the Cardinals.
Miles Michaelis went six innings pitched, allowing seven hits, one earned run, two walks, seven strikeouts.
There's only been two baserunners tonight for St Louis, which came off of walks.
So the eighth inning underway help health Lee out there for St Louis.
The first pitch down low in the dirt for ball one.
So Ryan helplessly in the season 24 games, a two and a record to 95 e R A.
2 innings with 32 strikeouts, 12 walks, five home runs allowed.
Here comes the one L that is down low.
But did he swing? Yes, he did.
It is strike 111 The count strike Sanchez's so it's a 11 count.
Yang gums up at bat as the number eight hitter.
He is the catcher tonight for Washington, 11 pitch swung on and foul back.
That pitch was low.
Go home still made contact on it for the foul ball.
Back in the top of the second inning, Gomez delivered a double into center and that scored in the run, the first of two runs in this game for Washington.
Here comes the 12 from Health Lee.
That one is a little bit outside for ball, too, So the count now even hand goes to for two tonight.
By the way, you have a double.
As I mentioned, he was also intentionally walked.
Had an R b I the to do delivery.
That isn't the dirt for Ball three, so it's a full count now.
The Cardinals, hoping they can get through the top half, dealing quickly so they can get their batters up to try Thio.
At least tie up this game.
If not, take the lead.
They're down two to nothing.
The Cardinals haven't had a hit all game, still a no hitter going four on a ball.
The payoff pitch pitch to the plate swung on, and that's a line drive foul down the third base line towards the dugout.
So well, Slee, we'll have to do it all again Here on the 32 It's four 85 degrees and just healthy, waiting for the right sign.
He likes it now.
The pitch swung on and missed.
Strike three Big strikeout for Wellesley.
Ryan Wellesley striking out the first batter face.
It didn't come easy, but he did the job in the end.
One down in the top of the eighth inning now is a nice pitch.
A nice slider gom swinging at it, missing it, one up, one down.
So far for the Cardinals in the eighth, here comes the pitch that's outside for Ball one.
It's now the number nine hitter.
Sanchez up that bad.
Oh, for three and a fielder's choice last at that.
Pitching tonight for the Nationals.
Having unbelievable game on the mound for Washington.
The 10 right down the middle for strike one.
The count Now, even to Anibal Sanchez.
Tracking pitches here is the 11 That's another nice pitch.
95 mile an hour fastball down the middle for strike.
One strike away from getting the second out of the inning on Tech for Washington is trade Turner.
He's one for four with a strikeout.
First, let's see what Sanchez can do.
He swings at it. It's missed.
Strike three. Another strikeout for health.
Lee two up, two down in the eighth, the Cardinals looking for quick business here in the top half of the eighth inning, but we do go back to the top of your for Washington.
Maybe they conduce some damage there, but no men on currently.
One on a chilly night in St Louis, Missouri, a call being made to the bullpen.
The Cardinals bullpen will get active sooner rather than later.
Here's the pitch that's in the dirt for ball one.
You're Trey Turner.
One for four with a single.
He's up at bat for the Nationals.
The 10 pitch from Health Lee.
Right down the middle of goes, Ah, grounder.
Ji Young is there.
Gets the throw off beautifully over the Goldsman in time for the out.
It's a 123 inning for St Louis.
We enter the bottom half of the eighth.
The Cardinals still don't have a hit.
They'll need to get some.
If they wanna make this a game, they're down two to nothing.
Let's see what they can do on the bottom half of the eighth inning.
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Welcome back, everybody In the 2010 NLDS Game one going way back.
The Phillies won it when Roy Halladay had a second no hitter have the second no hitter in postseason history.
Could we have the third? Tonight? We'll see the longest no hit bid in in NL postseason history.
Halladay had not anything Zach and 2010 Watcha had 7.
1 and back in 2013 Rhymes at seven in 1931 so far.
Sanchez, with seven here in 2019 in history, be made tonight well, at the way you can see it's bottom of the eighth inning.
Two mornings to go.
89 pitches in first pitch down the middle for strike one.
Gums wasn't able.
So catch that one behind the plate.
For whatever reason, Tommy had been up at that for a St Louis.
He's over two with two flyouts.
Sanchez will the no hitter through seven innings, pitched very impressive so far tonight.
Here comes the Owen, that pitch not even close way up there for ball one.
So it's a 11 count here.
Team rear major leagues.
Year comes the pitch to the plate swung on and missed for a strike.
Dubai admit the Nationals bullpen is active, The ready Rainey is warming up and the lefty Doolittle so the Nationals bullpen is active, just in case.
But so far, so good for Sanchez.
No need for the bullpen.
If he keeps this up, Here's the 12 that's in the dirt for ball, too.
So the count now even the Cardinal's still searching for the first to the game.
A No no. Through seven.
First, here comes the 22 pitch that is outside up in a way for ball three.
So it's a full count coming up.
We've had a lot of them since I came on on Deck four.
Louis is Paul de Young, too.
Young is on deck for the Cardinals.
Here comes the 32 pitch that is swung on and and is caught.
It is caught by Zimmerman.
Get out here, makes a diving catch and keeps the noted are going for Anibal Sanchez.
What a catch by Zimmerman.
The Cardinals can't believe it, and I can't either.
Wow! Wanna play? It was a line drive hit by Edmund down the first baseline.
Zimmerman was quick reflexes, doled out for it to make the grab, and now the young will hit into center field.
There is Taylor for the out, two down now in the bottom of the eighth inning, going back to that catch from Zimmerman, he made the diving catch. Unbelievable.
The Nationals dugout fired up about that.
Anibal Sanchez was as well, you thought, Is no hit.
Bid was over there, but not quite.
He now has a no hitter through 7.
2 innings pitched.
Can you go through eight here? He needs one more out to do.
So nearing Ah, 100 pitches up to that four. St.
Louis comes Jose Martinez, a pinch hitter.
He's two for three.
Let's see what he could do up at that now common as a pinch hitter for St Louis in the opening pitch of the at bat.
In there for strike.
In his career against Anibal Sanchez.
He's batting 603 for five against Sanchez.
He has a brief history, but a good one.
Let's see if you can keep that going.
The no hitting streak for Sanchez.
Here comes the 01 that is up high in a way for ball one.
The count now even we're almost through eight and the ball.
Sanchez trying the end the inning continuing his no hit bid.
Truly remarkable so far.
Here's the 11 that's a strike in there for strike 21 to the Count Sanchez.
One strike away from ending the eighth is Ah, 100th pitch coming up right here.
See, this is Anna balls.
Ah, 100 pitch here of the game.
He can end the eighth right on this one.
Here's the wind up the delivery, and that's up high for a ball tube.
So the count is now even to Jose Anibal Sanchez pitches by inning, just 17 the 1st 7 in the 2nd 10 in the third and 4th 12 in the 5th 19 in the 6 14 in the seventh so far, 11 in the eighth, for a total of 100.
Here's the two to delivery.
That's one on by Martinez.
It's foul down the third base line.
That bitch was low and the ball Sanchez's pitch count.
While he's thrown 34 balls, 67 strikes for a total now of 101 Zimmerman making a diving catch to keep the no hitter going for Sanchez.
What a play that was by Zimmerman.
You thought there was no way he would make the catch.
Jose Martinez up to bat for the Cardinals, another two to pitch the delivery in the dirt for Ball three.
We got ourselves a full count again.
On deck for the Cardinals is Dexter Fowler.
He's over two with a strikeout back to the top of the order for St Louis.
Maybe there's a little hope there back, so that's off the order next.
But that might have to hold off to the ninth, depending on what Sanchez does here.
The 32 pitch coming.
Can the Cardinals get a hit, the three to delivery that's long gone into center field that will drop down for a base.
It is over for Animal Sanchez.
It's Jose Martinez, the pinch hitter who breaks the streak.
Martinez and the Cardinals may be getting something going here, and it looks like that will be it for Sanchez that now that the no hit bid is over, was an effort by Anibal Sanchez had such a great game, his teammates telling him so as well won a game from Anibal Martinez.
Great to see it.
And the national still have a to nothing lead.
And he will get a standing ovation by the Cardinals fans.
How about that? He had a great game as he heads to the dugout.
Well, the Nationals finally will have to go their bullpen.
We got a game, folks.
It's bottom of the eighth inning.
A man on first, the Nationals up to nothing, the Cardinals with their first hit of the game.
What a catch by Zimmerman, though, to keep the no hit bid going until just then the Cardinals dugout couldn't believe it.
I couldn't either.
I'll be back on the other side, this commercial break as this pitching changes made.
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Nationals lead it in the eighth.
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Anibal Sanchez go in 7.
2 innings pitched, allowing one hit.
No one runs, one walk, five strikeouts.
Ah, 103 pitches.
Thank you, John, for joining the broadcast.
I appreciate and hope you're having a wonderful night.
Bottom of the eighth inning.
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Sean Doolittle coming in on the season.
63 games of six and five record.
405 E R A 60 innings.
15 walks Will see how he does.
First guy out of the bullpen for the Nationals needs one more out to end the inning.
The Nationals with the two nothing leads extra.
Fowler on up at bat for St Louis.
His career against do little.
He's one for one with a walk as well.
Hasn't faced a much at all, but the one time he did, he had success.
So the pitch from Doolittle is called a strike and look down low to me.
Fowler are doing the same.
I don't know about that call generous, called by home plate umpire that time, so it's a No.
Well, the performance by Anibal Sanchez, the 01 swung on, and that will be foul back by Fowler for strike to the Cardinals bullpen.
Now very active.
Martinez is warming up along with the lefty Web.
So two guys warming up in the St Louis bullpen, one of the two will scum in to start the ninth I'm sure of.
So it's a no to count.
Here comes the pitch from do Little waiting for the right signal.
The delivery that's up high for ball one.
Do little with along the speed on his pitches.
It's a one to count.
Now it's and the Cardinals get their first run of the game on the board.
The sinning still have some work to do.
Jose Martinez On first.
Dexter Fellow are up at bat here.
It was outside, and that will be ball to the count now.
Even so, chewing, too, is now the Count Martinez on first for St Louis trying to get something going here after getting their first of the game just a few minutes ago.
Do little can end the inning here.
The 22 swung on down the third baseline, takes a few hops, a roller rend own ren.
Don't zip Chanel across the diamond to Zimmerman in time for the out Were through eight one inning to go.
The Nationals still lead it by a score of two to nothing, and Anibal Sanchez is loving it in the dugout I'll be back for the ninth after this commercial break.
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The Nationals, though, are the ones who lead it by a score of two to nothing.
As we now head into the ninth inning here on sportscaster, here comes the pitch that's in there for Strike one.
So it is Web now on the mound for the Cardinals.
Tyler Webb on the season.
65 games, a two in one record.
3 76 e r A 55 innings, 48 Strikes strikeouts.
I should say 23 walks and that will be fouled up by eating just like that.
The count o into Adam Eaton in his career against Web over one with a strikeout.
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Here's the 02 delivery swung on and fouled off by Adam Eaton, which is so the Nationals just looking to add on to their lead here in the top half of the ninth, the Cardinals looking for a quick inning so they can get up to bat and try to get two runs to tie it.
To win another oh to another foul tipped by eating the count stays the same.
Go What is really cross eaten.
Adjusting his batting gloves quickly.
Tyler Webb trying new take care of business for the Cardinals here in the ninth inning.
Quickly called by eating, he steps out of the batter's box for a second.
Here's the pitch that's up high for Ball one.
But any swing, though he did not, says the third base umpire would have been a strikeout.
The fans thought he went.
They wanted that to be called a strike.
Ah, he went, in my opinion, no doubt about that one.
It seemed like eating himself might have even known that was a penalty on him.
Sorry, another penalty, uh, swing on his parts are you could sell.
I'm getting tired.
This is my third game today, including the two I did for my schools broadcasts for the local TV channel, and that was miserable.
Uses massive winds and rain that will be swung on takes a quick hot.
The young is their zips it over the gulch Mint for the out one down in the top of the ninth inning is actually Carpenter there, said.
Throw it over the Goldsman.
So one up, one down the top of the ninth.
Just as the Cardinals would have liked kind of coming up to bat.
Now for Washington, it is Anthony Rend own rundown one for two.
He has a single in two walks.
See what he could do this time up, that bad sensitive.
Here comes the pitch that is in the dirt for ball.
One trips to the so it's a one account on deck for Washington is one.
So does the number four hitter in the lineup.
Here comes the 10 that swing on and fell back for strike one in the seats.
Oh, I apologize, guys.
11 Count Tyler Webb taking a lot of time in between pitches.
Now comes the pitch, and that is way up there and foul down the left field line for Strike two.
So Anthony Rend, own in the regular season, is average by quadrant, will in the top left batting, 3 15 Top right to 86.
Bottom left to 82.
Bottom right, 4 17 That So that's the strike zone.
Split into quarters there, and that's swung on and missed for strike.
32 up, two down, now in the top of the ninth Web.
Doing good? Yeah, no.
So the pitch sequence there first pitch.
Not even close in the dirt.
Second pitch fouled off the third pitch, also fouled off, and then the fourth pitch swung on and missed.
So one more out for Web and we head to the bottom of the ninth inning with the Cardinals having one last chance to make up for the two run deficit they're down by.
That's a nice 76 mile an hour curve ball for strike 11 soda up at bad.
His career against Web.
He's over one with a walk.
The 01 delivery swung on down the first base line.
It gets by long, and that will be a base.
It they're for one soda.
So a single for Soto the inning.
Not over quite yet.
Soto has other plans against wants you, and that might be it for Tyler Webb so warming up in the Cardinals bullpen, it is Martinez, so we'll see.
Might not be it for Tyler Webb.
Just the lineup change from Mike Shelter.
A change up there, swung on by Sodo.
Nice base it in between.
First and second base struck.
So some substitution is being made.
And, yes, I will be it for Tyler Webb.
So a double switch coming by the Cardinals.
So a double change coming up, I'll get you.
Updates on it on the other side, This commercial break.
Top of the ninth inning.
Two outs, The national still leading it to two. Nothing.
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I Welcome back, everybody.
Thanks so much for tuning in on this Friday night here on sportscaster National League Championship Series Game won a best of seven series 1st 2 games in St Louis.
The Washington Nationals, though, lead it two to nothing in the ninth.
So it's about a 40 degree night in St Louis, very chilly, and Harrison Bader will now be playing in center field for St Louis.
So that's Ah, move made in the outfield by the Cardinals.
So Dexter Fowler, his knight, has done that pitches in the dirt.
It gets away from Molina and onto.
Second is one, so don't no problem.
So then the Nationals have a guy in scoring position.
One of the count.
The first pitch off the bat from Carlos Martinez is a wild pitch.
So Carlos Martinez is the guy in for the Cardinals.
He's he's won out to retire the side.
Carlos Martinez, on the season 48 games, 24 out of 27 saves.
1 ends with 53 strikeouts, 18 watts.
And it looks like Kendrick will be intentionally walked.
Yeah, that will be the case.
So up come Zimmerman Ryan Zimmerman in his career against Carlos Martinez over five.
We'll see if we'll see if that can change here if or if that trend will continue and it will go down to over six.
So the Cardinals, deciding to intentionally walk Kendrick first and second for the nationals, the first pitch from Artiness right down the middle for strike. One.
One more out and they retire the side reserve vestments of any of the nationals.
Here comes the A one pitch Martinez waiting for the right son.
The pitch of the plate that's inside for ball one.
Sal, what is going on? Welcome into the broadcast.
I appreciate you coming, and sorry I couldn't get to any of your broadcast.
I've been so busy tonight.
I commentated the boys soccer game on my high school in the afternoon and then the football game right after that.
And then I got back and started this stream up for the National League Championship Series.
Ryan Zimmerman up at that.
He's two for three with a single, a double and a walk.
That one clips the bottom of the strike zone for Strike two.
So now Carlos Martinez Ah, strike away from retiring the side and heading to the bottom of the ninth.
I appreciate it, but I'll definitely check out your next stream.
For sure, I enjoy your streams a lot.
Yeah, I've been doing a lot today and time is called, but I decided I want to get on the stream and because most likely, the next two days I'll be doing Yankees Astros, So I wanted to get one Cardinals at Cardinals Nationals game in Before I favored the Yankees Astros as that Siri's gets underway tomorrow, that pitch is in the dirt.
So now it's a two to count.
Carlos Martinez just can't seem to end the inning here.
Mixes and the out here.
Molina, a nice guy tohave behind the plate that one could have got by, would've got by probably half the catchers in the league.
And remember the Nationals with men on first and second base.
So wild pitch could be costly.
The 22 swung on and that will be fouled into the crowd.
Yeah, I was honestly brutal conditions for the two games I did at my high school.
The wind was about, like 35 miles an hour and the rain, the rain was at such an angle that it was just awful.
But luckily I was in the press box for both games.
Um, but still, with the window open in the press box, that was still it was still not that relieving, but I guess better than being out right outside in that weather.
Another two to from Martina swollen and miss for strike three.
So Zimmerman goes down swinging and we had to.
The bottom of the ninth inning do up for the Cardinals is Wong Goldsman and Ozuna.
And the Cardinals have one last chance to make up for the two runs there down by the need to the tie it three to win.
For the players on the field, it must have been brutal.
So we are currently at a commercial break.
I just have to use the bathroom really bad.
I'll be right back in a minute.
On the other side of this commercial break.
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Bottom of the ninth inning. Coming up.
The nationals lead it two to nothing.
All right, Welcome back.
Everybody appreciate you tuning in here on Sportscaster.
Hope you're having a wonderful Friday night bottom of the ninth inning.
One last chance for St Louis.
They've only had one hit.
Anibal Sanchez had a no hitter through seven and 2/3 innings before finally allowing a hit.
Here in the NLCS, Game one back in the N.
The Cardinals had a nice comeback in the ninth inning and that an n L.
They did the same Yadier Molina in extra innings with a sacrifice fly tow win the game, and that's those are big place to get the Cardinals to where they are.
That hit from Yadier Molina is what got the Cardinals to a Game five.
And then the Cardinals absolutely, absolutely blew out the Braves in Game five, the St Louis Cardinals with 13 wins when trailing at the end of seven innings.
Two of those came in the NLDS.
So they can do it.
You never can count them out.
You never can count them out.
So the defense of shift is on here for the Nationals.
It's getting loud inside Busch Stadium.
A bunt attempt here, and Doolittle is there.
Throw over the first in time for the out.
He got him, Just God.
And by a little bit.
Doolittle had to sprint to that one, threw it over to Zimmerman just in time, one down in the bottom of the ninth inning.
Big first out for Washington.
So a bunch right off the bat on the first pitch of the inning in a nice throw.
There is a good idea from Colton Wong.
He did get him. Yep.
Two more outs for the Nationals and they win Game one in St Louis.
Remember, it's the best of seven syriza to three to format.
So the 1st 2 games of the series, games one and two, will be in St Louis.
Then games four for, uh, yeah.
Games 34 and five will be in Washington.
And then Game six and seven, if necessary, will be back in here in St Louis.
So they didn't review it.
The play was out.
So they stand that with the call on the field, No doubt about that one.
Your local football team.
Has mostly game starting at four because of the triple.
Um, yeah, I guess it are in my area.
Here in Franklin.
It's Justin like it's not a serious threat.
It's just a average threat.
So that's not so.
They don't have to.
They don't have to move it, But yeah, it's interesting.
Yeah, it's definitely it's definitely a threat around.
I mean, they move games earlier, the like that all the soccer team's air in the afternoon, but yeah, the football game still at night.
Paul Goldschmidt about bat for St Louis.
The first pitch in there for strike one.
Yeah, the whole Tripoli thing is pretty crazy.
Pretty scary, too.
You hear these stories, It's serious in the cranberry growing areas.
Yeah, yeah, exactly.
Little bit inside for ball one.
So it's now 11 count.
There's one down here in the bottom of the ninth inning, a dominant defensive performance by the Nationals on Lee, allowing one hit in this game.
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This is hit pretty deep, but it will go foul.
Oh, that had the power on it.
Goldschmidt had the power on it, Just not quite the accuracy.
So a one to count now on Deck four.
St Louis is Marcel Ozuna, who's over three on the night.
So Sean Doolittle trying to close out this game for the Nationals.
It's a one to count Goldschmidt up at bat for St Louis.
It's a chilly night in St Louis.
Here comes the 12 swung on, and that's a slow roller to Zimmerman.
Jobs over to the bad tags it for the out, two up, two down in the bottom of the ninth, this inning, going quite easily for Washington.
Can they cap it off? They need one more out, and they take the victory in Game one.
So up now is the number four hitter Marcel Ozuna, in his career against do little batting 3 33 That is one for three.
Sean do little on the mounds.
Here comes the pitch that one's in there for strike one on deck for St Louis is Yadier Molina.
He was hit by a pitch last time up at bat.
Will Molina be up at that in this game, or will you have to wait till tomorrow in Game two, The old one up high for ball? One.
The count Now, even Del's fanciers.
So it's a 11 count.
The Cardinals fans seemed really shocked.
Their offense has been able to do anything because of the great pitching by the Nationals, and that pitch will be fouled back for Strike two.
So Sean Doolittle, a strike away from winning Game one for the Washington Nationals.
Chen, he do it right here.
Just the crowd is now silent at Busch Stadium.
Here comes the delivery from Dolittle.
He's set up on the mound.
Here comes the pitch.
It's down low a bit for ball, too.
The count now even this one.
Not in the books yet.
The Cardinals with a little bit, I hope.
Yeah, thanks so much everyone for a tuning into the broadcasts.
I really do appreciate it.
Hope you're enjoying the broadcasts as well.
So it's a 22 coming.
Yan Gomes doing the catching for Washington.
Here comes the pitch, swollen and miss for strike.
The Nationals When it Ceuta.
The final score.
They outhit St Louis 10. No. One.
The Nationals with one ever the Nash, the Cardinals with none.
But it doesn't matter in the end, cause the Washington Nationals have taken a one to nothing seriously.
The Washington Nationals, with their 3rd 1 hitter in NLCS history.
What a dominant performance.
It was on the mound for Washington, Anibal Sanchez through seven and 2/3 and then the bullpen doing the rest of the work, making it look easy.
So the Nationals go into St Louis, get the win just two days after they went into Dodger Stadium in one in extra innings, coming back in late in the game, swung on and missed by Marcel Ozuna.
That's a big game on victory Now.
Game two is huge for St Louis.
They can't afford to go down two to nothing in the Serie is heading back to Washington for the next three games.
Game, too, will be tomorrow afternoon.
Do little fired up about the wind, the Nationals dugout loving it as well.
So the Nationals win it by a score of 2 to.
The Cardinals offense just couldn't get anything going whatsoever.
So the championship series underway on the NL side.
What a game! It waas an absolute defense of battle.
In the end, it's the Nationals who do prevail.
In the end, it's the 2019 MLB post season.
Here is an interview with Anibal Sanchez here on TBS with Lauren shoddy.
I'll turn it up so you could take a listening.
Come on, the 16 and you'll see that the serial, he's on the stand, okay? And I don't see that here is that I got a face.
They probably can do it.
Probably nobody needed to execute my fish, I think.
Go on, say nine. We got, like, a really good thing.
I started to stay with that water, thinking on the no hitter.
I wouldn't read more.
They can just keep this girl right there is just do nothing And that things, you know, they can do whatever they want.
If you give us a like a couple here or something like that, you rarely work with ya.
And how were you able to get jive so quickly? I think probably when they were playing.
I think we talked about before the game. We do.
I did my homework and I just say they stay with these and, you know, at the end of this, come on, I saw your face with Zimmerman.
Made that play in the eight, probably thinking, you know, obviously behind a single plane.
So where this guy caught the whole I basically, because that's a piece today.
You know, I never troll on the building to get your life from Gordon sinker, and he's able to put a gun to beat on in the hole between first and second and seeing called the Bullet got something that you have no they cut short the postseason.
Years ago, 2013.
Was that on your minds? Avalon amount? No, no.
I think every year's different.
Everything is different by day.
And I remember that fateful awesome that ended after one.
There were serious that year.
But today, you know, I just wanna like I say, just get somewhere for the theme that I had.
All right, So there you have it.
Anabel Sanchez, with his postgame interview.
Water performance he had.
He was slow, close to getting a no hitter.
You had a no hitter through seven and 2/3 innings, just allowing one hit on the night.
An absolute dominant performance.
That's really what got the Nationals.
The wind tonight.
And they win it two to nothing.
So they take a one to nothing.
Seriously, that will do it for my broadcast.
Thanks so much for tuning in. Everybody.
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Hope you enjoyed once again the Washington Nationals to the St Louis Cardinals.
The Nationals lead the Siri's 10 winning in St Louis tonight.
I hope you enjoyed the broadcast to have a great rest.
Your Friday night.
I'm gonna head to bed.
I'm really tired and I'll see you tomorrow.
I'll be on at eight o'clock.
8 p.m. That is for the Yankees.
Astros Game one.
What a series that should be.
And also be keeping an eye on the nationals, the Nationals, Cardinals, which takes place before that.
Have a great night, everybody.
For the last time signing off on Samuel Reese.
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