Wainwright walks Corey Seager, and the bases are loaded with one out for Trea Turner.
2-0 to Turner. Waino trying to find the zone.
Trea Turner breaks his bat, Tommy Edman steps on second and throws to first for the double play. What a massive play for the Cardinals. We're headed to the fourth.
Scherzer hits Bader in the knee on a full-count pitch, and he's on for the second time tonight. Two outs, Waino up
Scherzer handles Waino on three pitches. Cards still lead 1-0, headed to the bottom of the fourth.
Justin Turner smacks one into the Dodgers' bullpen, and we're tied at 1 apiece.
K, K, popout to end the fourth, but the Dodgers knot things up at 1 with a Justin Turner homer.
Ho-hum, Edman breaks his bat and singles again to lead off the top of the fifth.
Third time through the lineup, and Scherzer is at 84 pitches with no outs in the fifth.
Goldschmidt walks, and he's on base for the third time in as many plate appearances. Two on, two out, Tyler O'neill's biceps await.
Scherzer's final line: 4 1/3 IP, 3H, 1 ER, 3BB, 4K, 94 pitches
Former Cardinal Joe Kelly in to face Nolan Arenado with one out. Broadcasters say tonight was Scherzer's shortest postseason start since 2011.
Arenado hits into a fielder's choice. Still first and second with two outs. In steps Dylan Carlson.
Carlson strikes out, and the decision to pull Scherzer pays off. We're tied 1-1, heading to the bottom of the fifth.
Brusdar Graterol and his bowling-ball sinker is in to pitch for the Dodgers. Yadi grounds out to third for the first out of the sixth.
Harrison Bader is hit for the second time tonight, on base for the third. Waino hitting for himself with two outs in the top of the sixth.
Wainwright grounds out softly to the pitcher. Interesting decision to let Waino hit for himself. Off we go to the bottom of the sixth.
Waino out for the bottom of the sixth. Alex Reyes is warming in the 'pen.