|The postseason is once again Carlos Beltran's playground.|
The Tigers are already awaiting the winner, but Carlos Beltran and Carlos Delgado helped ensure the NLCS will go at least six games, powering the New York Mets to a 12-5 win in Game 4 in St. Louis. Beltran blasted a pair of solo home runs and Delgado drove in five runs as the Mets blew the game open in the middle innings. Even David Wright, still hitting under .100 for the series, got involved with a home run.
So far, momentum has been a missing ingredient for both the Mets and the Cardinals. With the series now essentially a best-of-three, how important is it to seize the upper hand in Game 5? Would you rather have Tom Glavine's experience or Chris Carpenter's excellence on the mound for a big game? And with the Tigers seemingly in cruise control, does this series even matter? Vote on where the NLCS goes from here.