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Brewers beating Dodgers by flipping NLCS script

Milwaukee's starting pitchers -- Jhoulys Chacin in Game 3 -- and lineup depth have been big trouble for L.A., when most expected something else.

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Dozier strikes out with bases loaded to end Game 3


Arcia's HR just sneaks over Puig's glove


Hernandez: Stadium had no energy

Enrique Hernandez discusses the Dodgers coming out flat in Game 3 and how the team and Dodger Stadium had no energy.


Knebel talks outstanding performance

Corey Knebel speaks with Pedro Gomez on what went well for him in his outing and how he will be ready to go for Game 4.


Braun calls ninth inning 'nerve wracking'

Ryan Braun discusses how the Brewers have to battle to get all 27 outs against the Dodgers and how anxious he was at the end.


Roberts defends decision to keep Buehler in game

Dave Roberts compliments Walker Buehler's command and defends his decision to not pinch-hit for him in the 5th inning with runners on base.


Braun rips RBI double

Ryan Bruan gives the Brewers an early 1-0 lead on an RBI double down the left-field line.


Shaw triples, scores on wild pitch

Travis Shaw hits a 2-out triple and then scores on a wild pitch to put the Brewers up 2-0.


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ALCS Game 2

Red Sox even series 1-1

Red Sox don't let Astros get out of their reach

Boston's hitters came through in key moments, the bullpen dominated, and David Price did just enough to help keep the ALCS interesting.

Creation of the Brewers


How the dominant Brewers bullpen came together

Assembling the right group of relievers to march through the postseason often takes some trial and error -- and a lot of luck. Just ask Craig Counsell.

How an 0-for-45 slump shaped Craig Counsell's managerial career

When it became clear that Counsell's best days were past him, a series of events turned the former Brewer into the perfect managerial fit.

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Breaking down bullpenning

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  • A brief history of bullpenning

    The weird thing the A's did Wednesday with wild-card game "opener" Liam Hendriks -- and what the Brewers plan to do Thursday -- actually isn't all that weird.