Giants reject retaliation talk for Scutaro injury ← Related Article Visit The Boston Globe Share on Twitter Share on Facebook Comment on this Scroll to top of page Christian Petersen/Getty Images Cardinal pitcher Chris Carpenter lost to Giant pitcher Ryan Vogelsong in Game 2 of the NLCS. Last year, he went 4-0 in the postseason. Ben Margot/AP San Francisco Giants starting pitcher Ryan Vogelsong evened the NLCS series at one game each with a 7-1 win over the Cardinals. Ben Margot/AP San Francisco Giants' Angel Pagan, right, is congratulated by Pablo Sandoval after Pagan hit a leadoff home run during the first inning. Danny Moloshok/REUTERS San Francisco Giants' Marco Scutaro hits a three RBI double as catcher Yadier Molina looks on during the fourth inning. Paul Kitagaki Jr./AP Marco Scutaro throws to first as he is taken out by a controversial slide by Cardinals' Matt Holliday. Some said the slide was late. Scutaro left the game in the 5th, though X-Rays and an MRI were negative and Scutaro is predicted to play in Game 3. Paul Kitagaki Jr./ AP Cardinals' Allen Craig, left, appears to tag San Francisco Giants' Gregor Blanco as Blanco heads back to first base on a fly ball during the eighth inning. Umpires called him safe. Danny Moloshok/REUTERS San Francisco Giants' Angel Pagan, left, celebrates with Brandon Crawford after the Giants won.