ST. LOUIS – Aníbal Sánchez is not Max Scherzer. He’s not Stephen Strasburg. And he’s not Patrick Corbin. The rest of baseball may overlook him because of that, but the Nationals most definitely do not. Who cares if Sánchez doesn’t have Strasburg’s dominant stuff or Scherzer’s adrenaline or Corbin’s wipeout slider? He’s got 14 years of big league experience, a vast repertoire of pitches few else in this sport can match, and the smarts and guts to use every one of them in any situation to get even the toughest opposing hitters out. Davey Martinez has repeatedly reminded reporters all summer and fall that his rotation doesn’t include a “big three.” It’s actually a “big four,” with Sánchez deserving of a spot right alongside Scherzer, Strasburg and Corbin. And tonight, the wily, old veteran proved it once and for all with an October performance for the ages. With his wide-ranging assortment of pitches in peak form, Sánchez baffled the Cardinals for 7 2/3 innings, finally surrendering his first hit to the final batter he faced in the bottom of the eighth. Sean Doolittle then finished it off for his teammate, lifting the Nationals to a 2-0 victory in their National League Champi...