Trea Turner with a one-out infield hit, and the go-ahead run is on board (and very fast). Justin Turner to bat.
Justin Turner's last homer went 401 feet, according to StatCast. Home run in all 30 parks.
Waino's night is done. Not sure why you'd let him hit for himself in the top of the inning if you're going to pull him after one out and an infield single.
Wainwright's final line: 5 1/3 IP, 4H, 1ER, 2BB, 5K, 95 pitches. Luis Garcia in to pitch.
Luis Garcia walks Will Smith. Runners on first and second, two outs, AJ Pollock at the dish.
Pollock hits a tapper in front of the plate, but Luis Garcia bounces off the mound to retrieve it and Goldschmidt makes a great play to snag Garcia's throw while staying on the bag. Any bobble at all, and Trea Turner scores the go-ahead run. Instead, we're still tied at 1 apiece, heading to the top of the seventh inning.
Tyler O'Neill draws a two-out walk off of Blake Treinen. In steps Arenado. Would be a heck of a time for him to have his first legendary Cardinals postseason moment.
O'Neill steals second. 2-2 count to Arenado.
Arenado pops out in foul ground to Dodgers first baseman Matt Beaty. Off we go to B7, still knotted at 1 apiece.
Single for Cody Bellinger, but Chris Taylor pops out on the very next pitch. Luis Garcia faces Mookie Betts with two outs.
Bellinger swipes second. 2-1 count to Betts.
Betts flies out to center to end the seventh inning. Five huge outs for Luis Garcia out of the bullpen.
Dylan Carlson leads off the top of the eighth with a single against the shift. Still 1-1
Sosa absolutely smokes one, but it someone finds left fielder Christ Taylor's glove. Exit velocity ~17,000 MPH. Two outs, top 8, still tied at 1.
Blake Treinen pulled with two outs in the top of the eighth. Corey Knebel in.
Bader battles, but Knebel gets him swinging on a slider. We're headed to the bottom of the eighth, still tied at 1.
Corey Seager, Trea Turner, Justin Turner up in the eighth. Big half-inning.
Seager strikes out, then Trea Turner singles, and he represents the go-ahead (and very fast) run once again.
Gallegos gets Justin Turner to chase for strike three, and Yadi with a nice block. Two outs, in steps Will Smith (still not that one)
Paul Dejong, who came into the game at shortstop about five minutes ago, climbs the ladder to snag Will Smith's liner. We're headed to the ninth, still tied at 1.
Dejong strikes out against new Dodgers pitcher Kenley Jansen, but Tommy Edman loops his third single of the night. He's the go-ahead run in the ninth.
Edman is 30-35 on stolen bases this year, FWIW.
And right on cue, Edman swipes second.