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Cards, Brewers to play with the roof open in Game 2

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(BaseballStL) -- To open or not to open...that is the question, but Major League Baseball has decided the roof at Miller Park will be open for Game 2 of the NLCS between the St. Louis Cardinals and Milwaukee Brewers.

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The home team usually decides if the roof will be open, but MLB makes the decision during the postseason.  Game 1 was also played with the roof open.

The Brewers are 31-12 with the roof open this season.

 

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