The Milwaukee Brewers won't know who they will meet in the National League Division Series until after the Colorado-Chicago game on Tuesday night, but they know when they will play their first three playoff games.
The Milwaukee Brewers will be at the Chicago Cubs after the two tied for the National League Central title and the Colorado Rockies will travel to the Los Angeles Dodgers to decide the National League West championship. This means today's game will take place at Wrigley Field. "They really came out and showed their support for us this last series". Orlando Arcia, batting in the eighth slot, had a career-high four hits, and Josh Hader closed out another dominant relief performance for the Brew Crew.
October baseball is about to begin with Game No. 163 on Monday. He was on base 54 times in 27 games, hit for prodigious power and still produced numbers about 100 OPS points behind Yelich.
Jose Quintana was scheduled to start for the Cubs, while the Brewers had yet to name a starting pitcher as of Sunday evening.
The Cubs led St. Louis late in their game.
Yelich also reached on an infield single in the first.
Colorado scored the second-most runs in the National League in 2018, but that's to be expected in the offense-friendly confines (and altitude) of Coors Field.
Yelich turned on an 0-1 pitch from left-hander Daniel Stumpf (1-5) and lined it into the second deck in right to break a 5-all tie in the seventh inning.
Anthony Rizzo homered in the fifth inning for the Cubs' only run.
"You need to see what it's like". The 29-year-old Colombian's last win came against the Brewers on September 11, but he has allowed two or fewer runs in seven of his last eight outings. Quintana is 4-1 with a 2.17 ERA against the Brewers this year.
Tigers: Rookie Spencer Turnbull (0-1) takes the mound for the season finale.
"I just went with what was feeling good tonight and I got ahead and I ended up spinning one up there".