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MIL-LAD G5: Bellinger leading off, Muncy in
There's no time to be tired for the Brewers and Dodgers, who departed after midnight PT following a 13-inning marathon in Game 4 of the National League Championship Series and will be back on the field this afternoon for Game 5 to decide which team moves within one victory of the World Series.
Crew, Dodgers eager to move past G4 incident
Following a night when the benches cleared and tensions ran high after Manny Machado and Jesus Aguilar got tangled up on a play at first base in the 10th inning, both the Brewers and Dodgers appeared eager to put the incident behind them prior to Wednesday's Game 5 of the National League Championship Series.
Davies replaces injured Gio on Brewers' roster
Zach Davies, welcome to the postseason. Major League Baseball approved the Brewers' request to replace injured left-hander Gio Gonzalez with Davies prior to Wednesday's Game 5 of the National League Championship Series after Gonzalez suffered a left high ankle sprain in Game 4 on Tuesday night. By rule, Gonzalez is ineligible for the World Series should Milwaukee advance.
Dress for success: Get Brewers gear for NLCS
Check out the Brewers Shop and get suited up for October in official postseason gear as the Crew is in the National League Championship Series for the first time since 2011.
Cain, Yelich look to get timing right in NLCS
The offensive struggles of Lorenzo Cain and Christian Yelich go a long way toward explaining why the Brewers' lineup stalled for 13 innings in a 2-1 loss to the Dodgers in Game 4 of the NLCS.
How Yelich vs. Kershaw may go down in Game 5
Christian Yelich has a .500/.550/.889 line against Clayton Kershaw, the highest OPS any hitter has against the Dodger ace. But because of how he got to that mark, it doesn't guarantee that success is going to follow in NLCS Game 5.
Bullpen delivers, but big hit eludes Crew
The Brewers got solid pitching throughout Game 4; what was missing in an exhausting 2-1 loss to the Dodgers in 13 innings was the big hit. The Dodgers finally found it with two outs in the 13th, when Cody Bellinger roped a single into right field and tied the series at two games apiece.
Machado called out as 'dirty' after eventful G4
Manny Machado is making a name for himself in ways both welcome and unwanted in this National League Championship Series.
Brewers' Top 30 Prospects list
Who do the Brewers have in the pipeline? Get scouting reports, video, stats, projected ETAs and more for Milwaukee's Top 30 Prospects on MLB Pipeline's Prospect Watch.
Hiura has huge game in AFL
Here's a team-by-team breakdown of how all 30 teams' prospects fared in Arizona Fall League action on Tuesday.
Chacin up to task, gives Crew 2-1 NLCS lead
Jhoulys Chacin teed it up with six strikeouts over 5 1/3 innings and the bullpen finished off the five-hit shutout, with Jeremy Jeffress escaping a bases-loaded scare in the ninth, as the Brewers defeated the Dodgers, 4-0, on Monday night in Los Angeles to take a 2-1 lead in the National League Championship Series.
Yelich stands behind bow tie in yearbook picture
Check out Yelich's high-school yearbook picture
Arcia hits 3rd postseason HR amid wild year
One of baseball's lightest hitters in the regular season, Orlando Arcia continued to emerge as an October hero at the plate on Monday night, when his two-run homer provided the Brewers with critical insurance in their victory in Game 3 of the NLCS.
Jeffress closes out LA, rewards Crew's faith
It wasn't the sort of dominant inning that Jeremy Jeffress delivered time after time during the regular season. Far from it. But when the zero appeared on the Dodger Stadium scoreboard, it was progress.
Is Arcia the most unlikely postseason hero?
Is Arcia the most unlikely postseason hero?
Which mashup team is better: ALCS or NLCS?
Which mashup team is better: ALCS or NLCS?
Brewers' bullpen faces biggest test to date
Five games into the postseason, the Brewers' innovative bullpen strategy is set to face its biggest test yet.
What if Braun had been dealt to the Dodgers?
What if Ryan Braun had become a Dodger? It almost happened in the summer of 2016, when the Brewers had discussions with the Dodgers about a deal that might have sent Braun to L.A. for Yasiel Puig, Brandon McCarthy and prospects.
Confident Jeffress discusses 'lucky' comment
Whatever is different about Jeremy Jeffress this October, it's not the right-hander's confidence.
Hiura tallies 3 RBIs in Fall League action
Here's a team-by-team breakdown of how all 30 teams' prospects fared in Arizona Fall League action on Monday:
Every club's best individual playoff performance
We look at the greatest postseason runs by a player on each of baseball's 30 teams. These are the sort of streaks that make legends in their hometowns ... the sort of runs we'll talk about forever.
NLCS tied 1-1 after Crew's win streak ends
Once again, the Dodgers didn't make it easy as the Brewers held a lead, but this time the Milwaukee bullpen couldn't fend them off, resulting in a 4-3 loss on Saturday that tied the NLCS at a game apiece as the series heads to Los Angeles.
Cain atones for G1 drop with HR robbery
Lorenzo Cain was displeased with himself on Friday after coming up short on what would've been an exceptional play in right-center field.
Fielder returns to Miller Park for G2 first pitch
Prince Fielder, a teammate of Craig Counsell's the last time the Brewers made the National League Championship Series in 2011, was asked how Counsell influenced his career.
Crew holds off LA in G1 for 12th straight victory
Game 1 of the National League Championship Series on Friday night at Miller Park was a nine-inning primer on how the Brewers got to this point -- a harrowing 6-5 win over the Dodgers that gave Milwaukee a 12th straight victory and a 1-0 lead in the best-of-seven series. It was fueled by a five-run flurry at the expense of Clayton Kershaw and the Dodgers' dodgy defense, during which one of the Brewers' "out-getters," Brandon Woodruff, hit the unlikeliest of home runs. Baseball's best relief corps since the start of September then held off L.A., with Josh Hader working three scoreless innings, Jeremy Jeffress escaping a jam in the eighth and Corey Knebel closing the game by striking out Justin Turner with the potential tying run 90 feet away.
Woodruff's rare HR comes with extra emotion
A half-inning after replacing starter Gio Gonzalez, right-hander Brandon Woodruff got Milwaukee on the board in the most unlikely of ways -- with a game-tying solo home run off Clayton Kershaw.
Cain bangs 3 hits, outfield wall in busy Game 1
Naturally, Lorenzo Cain turned it on at the plate once the postseason reached the National League Championship Series. He was happy about that in the wake of the Brewers' 6-5 win over the Dodgers in Friday's Game 1.
Aguilar wags tongue, stares at camera after HR
Aguilar wags tongue, stares at camera after HR
Uecker gets honor of first pitch of NLCS
For the uninitiated: No, they were not booing before the Brewers even took the field for Game 1 of the National League Championship Series onFriday night. They were saluting Mr. Baseball. It was "UUUUUU" for Bob Uecker, the Milwaukee kid turned .200-hitting big leaguer turned baseball broadcaster and Hollywood star, on the mound at Miller Park for a ceremonial first pitch to signal the start of the third LCS in Brewers history.
Brewers' win means free burgers for Wisconsin
Brewers' win means free burgers for Wisconsin
Woodruff hits an unlikely postseason home run
Woodruff hits an unlikely postseason home run
Every pitcher who went deep in postseason
Brewers reliever Brandon Woodruff's homer in Game 1 of the NLCS made him just the 22nd pitcher to go deep in a postseason contest.
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