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Anemic St. Louis Cardinals Swept Easily By L.A. Dodgers

The St. Louis Cardinals made the playoffs in large part because of their pitching, but also boasted a tremendous offense. The lineup was highlighted by Albert Pujols, the presumptive winner of the National League’s Most Valuable Player Award.

Pujols hit .327 with 47 homers and 135 RBI, but the Cardinals' lineup also boasted Matt Holliday, their midseason acquisition who hit .313 with 24 homers and 109 RBI, as well as Ryan Ludwick and his .265/22/97 line. Tony LaRussa’s club also had some talented light hitters, such as Skip Shumacker, who led off and hit .303 with four homers and 35 RBI, and catcher Yadier Molina, who hit .293 on the season.

The Cardinals, backed by this offense and their stellar pitching, finished strong. The Dodgers, their ...

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