>>Cards Host Phils In Game Three Tonight
(St. Louis, MO) -- All even at one, the Cardinals host the Phillies tonight in Game Three of their National League Division Series at Busch Stadium. Jaime Garcia takes the ball for St. Louis, while Philadelphia counters with Cole Hamels. The Cardinals overcame a 4-0 deficit to win Sunday's Game Two 5-4 in Philadelphia. The Redbirds also host Game Four of the series tomorrow at 5:07 p.m.
>>Tigers Top Yanks; Take 2-1 ALDS Lead
(Detroit, MI) -- Delmon Young clubbed a go-ahead solo home run in the bottom of the seventh inning to back eight strong innings from Justin Verlander as the Tigers topped the Yankees, 5-4, in Game Three of their American League Division Series. Ramon Santiago plated a pair for Detroit, which took a two-games-to-one lead in the best-of-five set. Brett Gardner had a two-run double and Curtis Granderson and Alex Rodriguez each knocked in a run for New York. Rafael Soriano was saddled with the loss. The Yanks will look to avoid elimination in tonight's Game Four at Comerica Park. A.J. Burnett is slated to start opposite Rick Porcello.
>>Rangers Rally Past Rays In ALDS Game Three
(St. Petersburg, FL) -- Mike Napoli's two-run homer sparked a four-run seventh inning as the Rangers rallied to roll over the Rays 4-3 in Game Three of the American League Division Series on Monday evening at The Trop. Josh Hamilton added a two-run single in the decisive frame for Texas, which takes a two-games-to-one lead in the best-of-five set. Colby Lewis struck out six through six innings of one-run, one-hit ball to pick up the win. Neftali Feliz registered the final four outs to nail down the save. Desmond Jennings popped a pair of solo home runs and Sean Rodriguez added an RBI ground out for Tampa Bay. David Price gave up three runs through six-and-two-third frames of duty to absorb the loss. Matt Harrison is slated to toe the rubber opposite Jeremy Hellickson in this afternoon's Game Four in St. Petersburg.
>>Brewers Head To Desert
(Phoenix, AZ) -- The Brewers will try to clinch a spot in the National League Championship Series tonight when they take on the Diamondbacks at Chase Field. Milwaukee won the first two games of the NLDS at Miller Park over the weekend. Shaun Marcum will take the hill for the Crew against Arizona's Josh Collmenter in tonight's Game Three.