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When it's all said and done the Brewers are going to realize they blew the division because they couldn't regularly beat garbage teams like the Reds and the Pirates. (Echoes of the White Sox losing games to the Royals for oh so many years...)
Or that they just weren't ready and have a really bright future
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Or that they just weren't ready and have a really bright future
Bingo!
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Or that they just weren't ready and have a really bright future
Maybe. We'll see. The best laid plans of mice and men sometimes go astray.

As an aside, so what was the Sox excuse since they usually had a veteran, experienced team?

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Tonight very well could have been the final death knell for the Brewers. They blew a ninth-inning lead with two outs, left the bases loaded in the bottom, then lost in the 10th. Don't see how they recover from that.
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Tonight very well could have been the final death knell for the Brewers. They blew a ninth-inning lead with two outs, left the bases loaded in the bottom, then lost in the 10th. Don't see how they recover from that.
You are probably right. I'm convinced if the Giants didn't blow it in the ninth in game four, they would've beaten the Cubs in Game 5 at Wrigley. But they didn't make it to Game 5. Looks like the NL Central race has been decided. One more win by the Cubs in this series and it's over.
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