ST. LOUIS — Michael Wacha wasn't supposed to be in the major leagues this season. Nor were Carlos Martinez or Kevin Siegrist.
Trevor Rosenthal was only supposed to be on the mound in the ninth inning if the St. Louis Cardinals were way ahead or way behind.
But you know how kids are these days; they never seem to know their place. Which is how those four twentysomething Cardinals pitchers found themselves combining to get 26 of the 27 outs in Saturday's five-hit shutout of the Dodgers in Game 2 of the National League Championship Series.
"For these young guys to keep going out there, to have the kind of confidence to go in there and do the jobs they're been...