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Hummel's game blog: Cardinals can't overcome Nationals' 7-run first

Cardinals strike out 14 times — three each by Goldschmidt, Ozuna and DeJong — and suffer a 7-4 loss in Game 4 of the NLCS. Starter Hudson, hurt by two misplays, is knocked out after only 15 pitches. Washington heads to World Series for first time in 51-season history of Expos/Nationals franchise.  Read more

BenFred: Cardinals starting to look like a team that knows it's over

The Cardinals do not look worthy of the World Series. They don’t look worthy of winning one game against the Nationals. They don’t even look like the Cardinals. Read more

NATIONAL DISASTER: With 2 runs in 3 games, Cardinals on brink of elimination

Washington outpitched, outplayed, outmaneuvered and outclassed the Cardinals so outlandishly in Game 3 that they’re left with one almost inescapable outcome: The Cards' season, like their offense, is poised to run out.  Read more

Hochman: Ozuna's spills and thrills leave Cardinals in tough spot

The Cardinals lost Game 3 by a score of 8-1. But before it was a blowout, it was a baseball game, and a game of inches. And now one of what-ifs. Read more

Hudson keeping the faith as he awaits Game 4 start for Cardinals

For the second time in a week, Dakota Hudson will start a game Tuesday night for the Cardinals with his team facing elimination in a playoff series. Read more

Goold: Long live Washington's 'no fees, no networking, no irony' Stan Musial Society

Thirty years ago this summer, a bipartisan flock of Cardinal fans -- one from New Orleans, another from deep within the Democratic party, and a handful from newspapers -- founded a group, but its membership and stories are fading. Read more