Reminder: This isn't supposed to be happening. If Craig Kimbrel could throw strikes when he needed to, or if Carlos Marmol could save a game, or if the Braves could win one game against a Phillies team that didn't care about the end of the season that much, the Cardinals wouldn't be in the playoffs. Instead, they're just two innings away from going to the National League Championship Series.
It almost got worse for the Phillies. After Chris Carpenter led off the inning with a single, Carlos Ruiz tried and failed to get him at second on a Rafael Furcal bunt. Jon Jay sacrificed the runners over, and Halladay walked Albert Pujols intentionally. Probably could have had Pujols hit if you'd kept your bunt in your pants, La Russa.
But Halladay struck out Lance Berkman on four pitches, and he got Matt Holliday to fly out to deep left field. The 1-0 game continues into the eighth inning, and I'm sure everyone in Philadelphia and St. Louis is calm as can be right now.