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Cardinals 3, Pirates 2: How they scored

| Wednesday, April 11, 2007

Pirates fifth (Randy Keisler pitching)

With one out, Jose Bautista homered (No. 1) to right-center field on a 1-1 pitch.

Pirates 1 , Cardinals 0


Pirates sixth (Keisler pitching)

With one out, Freddy Sanchez doubled to right-center. Jason Bay singled to left, Sanchez scored.

Pirates 2 , Cardinals 0


Cardinals ninth (Salomon Torres pitching)

David Eckstein singled to left. Chris Duncan walked, Eckstein to second. Albert Pujols flied out to deep left, Eckstein to third, Duncan to second. Scott Spiezio singled to right, Eckstein and Duncan scored.

Pirates 2 , Cardinals 2


Cardinals 12th (John Wasdin pitching)

With one out, Gary Bennett singled to shallow right. Aaron Miles doubled to left, Bennett to third. Yadier Molina (pinch-hitting for Brad Thompson) was intentionally walked, loading the bases. Skip Schumaker flied out to left field, Bennett scored, Miles to third, Molina to second.

Cardinals 3, Pirates 2

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