At issue was whether the on-field celebrations by Dodgers outfielder Yasiel Puig and first baseman Adrian Gonzalez constituted enthusiastic players expressing genuine emotion or if they were an affront to the way the game is supposed to be played. It was the first run the Dodgers had scored since the third inning of Game 1, a span of 22 innings. The Cardinals and Dodgers exchanged verbal barbs through the media following Game 3 on Monday night, which was won by Los Angeles, 3-0. St. Gonzalez gestured in celebration towards the Dodgers' dugout when he reached second base. Cardinals starter Adam Wainwright was the pitcher who gave up both of those hits, and he was asked what he thought about Puig's bat flip and celebration. It didn't take long once the National League Championship Series shifted to Los Angeles for Mickey Mouse to become involved. Louis leads the series 2-1, with Game 4 set for Tuesday .