The St. Louis Cardinals wrapped up their 2004 season with a 9-4 win over the Brewers. Manager Tony LaRussa used 23 players in the season finale, including eight pitchers. Kiko Calero got the win in relief, while Ray Lankford drove in two with a home run. Yadier Molina also went deep, as the Cards finished the regular season with a 105-57 record. The 1944 Cardinals also won 105 times. The post-season is now set for St. Louis, as they prepare for a first-round series with the Dodgers, which gets underway on Tuesday at noon. Woody Williams will get the start for the Cardinals and Odalis Perez will go for the Dodgers. The other National League Divisional Series will feature the Astros and the Braves—game one is on Wednesday in Atlanta. In the American League, it’s Anaheim hosting Boston and New York hosting Minnesota on Tuesday.