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October 14, 2012 4:35 am

Playoff Prospectus: NLCS Preview: Cardinals and Giants


Sam Miller and R.J. Anderson

The league's two best offenses face each other. Are they the league's two best organizations, too?

The two most recent World Series champions face each other for the chance to throw a second parade. Considering the Phillies’ decline to an aging, expensive .500 team this year, one might argue that the Giants and Cardinals are the league’s two best organizations: The Cardinals have won 89 games per year (and a World Series) over the past four seasons, and the Giants have won 90 per year (and a World Series). In a postseason that has been dominated by pitching, expect these seven games to produce plenty of offense.  

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