Big moments coming quickly, without warning, in NLCS

Originally Published: October 13, 2008
By Eric Neel | ESPN.com

LOS ANGELES -- The Phillies and Dodgers have played 27 innings worth of a National League Championship Series now, but only four of those innings have really mattered.

In Game 1, it was the home half of the sixth, when Chase Utley and Pat Burrell each connected on home runs in a span of three hitters and quickly turned a 2-0 Los Angeles lead into a 3-2 Philadelphia win.

In Game 2, the Phillies scored eight runs on nine hits in the second and third, transforming young Dodgers ...

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