That brought on Carlos Marmol for his first postseason appearance, and it was a good one.
The innings are starting to get kind of ugly for the Dodgers now.
Carl Crawford then weakly bounced out to first, and the Dodgers were six outs away from being down 3-1 in the series.
The Cardinals added to their lead, if from an unlikely source.
Robinson hit a drive to left and Carl Crawford kept backing up and backing up until he was at the wall. The ball landed on top of the outfield wall and bounced out for a solo homer.
When this inning ended, Nick Punto came out defensively for the Dodgers. Hanley Ramirez was in obvious pain swinging the bat. He struck out in his three at-bats. Dodgers probably had to tell him to sit.
In the bottom of the sixth Dodgers got a one-out single from Yasiel Puig, and that ended the night for Lance Lynn. Seth Maneess was able to get Juan Uribe to hit sharply into an inning-ending double play.
Lynn allowed two runs on six hits and three walks, with five strikeout in his 5 1/3 innings.
Chris Withrow keeps struggling, and keeps getting out of trouble.