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NLCS Game 6: Cardinals 9, Dodgers 0

Clayton Kershaw was shelled, Yasiel Puig played terribly in right field, and Michael Wacha threw more zeroes to lead the Cardinals over the Dodgers, winning the National League Championship Series in six games.

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Puig's season ends on sour note

A look back at a tough night for the must-watch Dodgers outfielder.

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Clayton Kershaw shelled, Dodgers season ends

St. Louis advances to the World Series, while the Dodgers' season ends after 172 games, in shocking fashion.

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Hanley back in lineup

The Dodgers made a lineup change less than an hour before the start of Game 6 at Busch Stadium.

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Talking NLCS on Phil Naessens Show

In my regular appearance on the show, we talk NLCS and the MLB playoffs.

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No Hanley in Game 6

A hairline fracture of a left rib has the Dodgers shortstop out of the lineup for the second time in the series.

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Kershaw vs. Wacha, round 2

The Dodgers are 4-9 all-time in Games 6 in the postseason, including 0-2 in the NLCS (1985, 1988). They hope Clayton Kershaw can change that on Friday night in St. Louis.

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