2013 NLCS: Dodgers vs. Cardinals

The Los Angeles Dodgers (92-70), winners of the National League West, play the St. Louis Cardinals (97-65), winners of the National League Central, in the 2013 National League Championship Series. The Dodgers beat the Atlanta Braves in four games in the NLDS, and the Cardinals dispatched the Pittsburgh Pirates in five games in their NLDS.

Dodgers 6, Cardinals 4: See you in St. Louis

Four home runs and great pitching by Zack Greinke gave the Dodgers a victory over the Cardinals in Game 5 of the NLCS, to keep the Dodgers' season alive.

Hanley back in lineup in Game 5

Hanley Ramirez is back in the lineup at shortstop for the Dodgers in Game 5 against Cardinals starter Joe Kelly, who hit him in the ribs with a pitch in Game 1.

Greinke looks to extend Dodgers' season

The seven runs scored by the Dodgers are their fewest in the first four games of a postseason series since scoring two runs in the 1966 World Series.

Hanley Ramirez questionable for Game 5

The Dodgers face an uphill battle in the NLCS, and might be without their best hitter on Wednesday, as Hanley Ramirez continues to battle a hairline fracture of a left rib.

Cardinals 4, Dodgers 2: L.A. pushed to brink

A pair of home runs helped St. Louis to a win in Game 4 of the NLCS and a 3-1 series lead, pushing the Dodgers to within one loss of elimination.

Lance Lynn vs. Dodgers

The Dodgers try to get even on Tuesday night at home against Game 1 winner Lance Lynn.

Ricky Nolasco vs. Cardinals

Ricky Nolasco on Tuesday night will make his first start since Sept. 25, as he is on the moun for the Dodgers against the Cardinals in Game 4 of the NLCS.

NLCS Game 4 preview: In search of offense

Both Hanley Ramirez and Andre Ethier are back in the Dodgers' lineup for Game 4. Perhaps they can add some offense to an NLCS that has seen only nine total runs in three games.

Tommy Lasorda to throw first pitch in Game 4

Tuesday and Wednesday bring four MLB playoff games, including one afternoon game in both the NLCS and ALCS. Tommy Lasorda will throw out the first pitch before Game 4 of the NLCS at Dodger Stadium.

True Blue LA podcast: NLCS Game 3 review

The Dodgers trail 2-1 in the series, which is much better than 2-0 or 3-0. Jacob Burch and Eric Stephen discuss the NLCS.

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