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Photos: Cards NLCS MVPs throughout history

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Michael Wacha, 22, won two games during the NLCS and allowed zero runs! Wacha pitched 7 scoreless innings during the Cards NLCS Game 6 to propel the Cards past the Dodgers. By Elizabeth Eisele Michael Wacha, 22, won two games during the NLCS and allowed zero runs! Wacha pitched 7 scoreless innings during the Cards NLCS Game 6 to propel the Cards past the Dodgers. By Elizabeth Eisele
David Freese was magical in the 2011 World Series, but he also helped the Cardinals beat the Milwaukee Brewers in the NLCS. In Game 6, Freese was 3 for 4 with a home run. By Jonathan Daniel David Freese was magical in the 2011 World Series, but he also helped the Cardinals beat the Milwaukee Brewers in the NLCS. In Game 6, Freese was 3 for 4 with a home run. By Jonathan Daniel
Jeff "Soup" Supan allowed only 1 run in 2 wins over the New York Mets. By Al Bello Jeff "Soup" Supan allowed only 1 run in 2 wins over the New York Mets. By Al Bello
Albert Pujols won the 2004 NLCS MVP after defeating the Astros 5-2 and winning the series 4-3. By Elsa Albert Pujols won the 2004 NLCS MVP after defeating the Astros 5-2 and winning the series 4-3. By Elsa
"Go, crazy, folks, go crazy!" The Wizard had never hit a homerun from the left side. He did so on Monday, October 14th as it took one more game for the Cards to beat the Dodgers. By Mike Coppola "Go, crazy, folks, go crazy!" The Wizard had never hit a homerun from the left side. He did so on Monday, October 14th as it took one more game for the Cards to beat the Dodgers. By Mike Coppola

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