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Cards Confident Before NLDS Game Four

Nick Carboni reports from Busch Stadium before NLDS game four.
In the long tradition rich history of the St. Louis Cardinals, they've played in numerous post season games.

And St. Louis has been involved in eight division series and have never lost a game four.

The Cards need that trend to continue Wednesday night, and beat the Phillies, if they want to keep this season alive.

KOLR 10's Nick Carboni is standing by live at Busch Stadium with more on this piviotal game four, Nick.

Thanks Dan.

Dan right now the score is 2-1 Philadelphia in the fourth.

First news to report is that Matt Holliday is in the starting line up tonight batting fifth against Phillies starter Roy Oswalt

Cards are throwing Edwin Jackson.

The St. Louis Cardinals are playing with their backs against the wall. 

But then again they've done that for about a month now.

So they're over Tuesday night's loss and are trying to stay the resilient club they've been all year.

"For the most part everyone's loose on the team and like I said before we've been playing playoff games for a month now so there's no reason to go in today uptight or anything and I think that Jax does have a good personality for this type of game and I think he's going to be good," said Cards outfielder Allen Craig.

"Tonight's a little bit of a different scenario in that there is no tomorrow, if you don't win so the pressure is at its highest point, and hopefully this club will respond but I have a lot of faith it will because it has all year," said Cards General Manager John Mozeliak.
 
"You know we've given ourselves a chance, yesterday was kind of tough because we didn't capitalize on a couple of opportunities, but we're still alive so we'll just try and win today and get it back to Philadelphia," said Cards outfielder Lance Berkman.
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