No postseason for the St. Louis Cardinals this year, but if memory serves correctly, Tony LaRussa's team has now won more regular season games than the 2006 team which won the Cardinals' first world championship since 1982.
Third baseman Troy Glaus, now four short of 100 RBI, knocked in the winning run in the Cards' 7-6 victory over Cincinnati. It was the fourth straight win for St. Louis. Felipe Lopez started the game-winning rally in the bottom of the ninth with a single to left, followed by an Albert Pujols walk. Former Cardinal reliever Mike Lincoln hit Ryan Ludwick to load the bases, setting the stage for Glaus' game-winner.
The Cardinals play Cincinnati again Saturday and Sunday to conclude the season.