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by: Matt Graves — Fansided: Redbird Rants 16 Oct
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by: Tony Wolfe — FanGraphs 16 Oct
The Nationals commanded this game — and this series — from the minute it started.
by: Jeff Jones Special to the News-Democrat — Belleville News-Democrat 16 Oct
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by: Joe Ostermeier Belleville News-Democrat — Belleville News-Democrat 16 Oct
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The Nationals have a chance to advance to the first World Series in team history on Tuesday night, when they host the Cardinals for Game 4 of the National League Championship Series. Washington has won seven of its first nine postseason games, and...
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The Cardinals need to hit better, run more, and get lucky
by: Rick Hummel St. Louis Post-Dispatch — St. Louis Post-Dispatch 12 Oct
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by: Jay Cohen, Associated Press — Detroit News 12 Oct
Sánchez carried a no-hit bid into the eighth inning as the Nationals shut out the Cardinals, 2-0.
by: JAY COHENASSOCIATED PRESS — Press Democrat 12 Oct
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Anibal Sanchez shines as Nats beat Cards 2-0 in National League Championship Series opener - The Globe and Mail
by: @globeandmail — Globe and Mail 12 Oct
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by: JAY COHEN — The Philadelphia Inquirer 12 Oct
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by: The Associated Press | — Michigan Live 12 Oct
The ex-Tiger carried a no-hit bid into the eighth inning.
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