Detwiler's day done, but Game 4 still 1-1 in 6th

Ross Detwiler did everything the Nationals wanted him to do.

If not for Strasburger's Syndrome -- if you had Tommy John Surgery two years earlier, you're incapable of throwing more than 160 innings -- Detwiler probably would have been bumped from the Nationals' postseason rotation, with Edwin Jackson filling the fourth slot. After all, Detwiler finished with the rotation's worst strikeout-to-walk ratio, and he was allowed to throw more than 100 pitches just once all season.

But here in Game 4, he's limited the potent Cardinals to just one run in six innings. He's also thrown 104 pitches, a new 2012 high, so he's undoubtedly coming out for a pinch hitter in the bottom of the sixth.

Meanwhile, Kyle Lohse has thrown only 66 pitches in five innings, and might be around for a while yet.

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