Jon Jay out of the lineup, replaced by Shane Robinson

October 15, 2013; Los Angeles, CA, USA; St. Louis Cardinals right fielder Shane Robinson (43) is congratulated by tsecond baseman Matt Carpenter (13) after he hits a solo home run in the seventh inning against the Los Angeles Dodgers in game four of the National League Championship Series baseball game at Dodger Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Richard Mackson-USA TODAY Sports

St. Louis Cardinals’ center fielder Jon Jay is not in tonight’s starting lineup, and will be replaced by Shane Robinson for tonight’s National League Championship Series matchup with the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Manager Mike Matheny is looking for more offense in tonight’s game.

“We have a left-handed pitcher starting against us. We’ve kind of stacked the top with righties. We’re trying to get as much offense in there as we can.”

Dodgers’ skipper Don Mattingly announced that Hanley Ramirez won’t start tonight due to his cracked rib that has been plaguing him for much of the series. The Dodgers enter play tonight, down in the series three game-to-two.

Left-hander Clayton Kershaw will take the hill for Los Angeles at Busch Stadium, and will be opposed by standout rookie Michael Wacha.

In other notes, Allen Craig played in a simulated game and could appear as a designated hitter for St. Louis, should the team reach the World Series.

Topics: Allen Craig, Jon Jay, Los Angeles Dodgers, NLCS, Shane Robinson, St. Louis Cardinals

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