Who Will Win Baseball’s Beer-Fueled Playoffs, Colorado’s Coors or Milwaukee’s Miller?

Who Will Win Baseball’s Beer-Fueled Playoffs, Colorado’s Coors or Milwaukee’s Miller?

Who Will Win Baseball’s Beer-Fueled Playoffs, Colorado’s Coors or Milwaukee’s Miller?

The Milwaukee Brewers took home Game 1 of the National League Divisional Series against the Colorado Rockies thanks to a 3-2 extra innings victory.

So much for a return to the thin air of Coors Field to spark a dormant offense. Brewers are back in playoffs just three seasons after beginning roster rebuild that started under former GM Doug Melvin. "It stinks a little bit that I wasn't able to pitch here at home". "I'm ready to go".

"We got into the dance".

Colorado's scuffle at the plate isn't exactly a new phenomenon.

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The Rockies had their late-season surge, division tiebreaker loss and then their wild-card thriller to eliminate the Cubs. They had their lowest team ERA at home since 2013.

"So, knowing we have both pitching and hitting, it makes the future very exciting". He went 5 for 8 in the series.

— Story Time. It's been a big season for Story, the first shortstop in major league history with at least 40 doubles, 30 homers and 25 stolen bases. Making their first postseason appearance since 2011, they won their ninth straight game overall. "We knew that coming in", Arenado said. "He clears his mind pretty quickly". And then maybe we've got to scramble in Game 2, but then we've got fully rested guys, where we can do it in Game 3, too. 30 of them were recorded via the strikeout.

BC-BBN-NLDS-Quiet Rockies, 485Rockies' bats go mostly quiet in Game 1 of NLDSAP Photo WIMG140, WIMG145, WIMG143, WIMG132Eds: With AP Photos. Milwaukee manager Craig Counsell plans to open series with Woodruff on the mound in a bullpen day. Colorado's three All-Stars - Story, Arenado and Charlie Blackmon - finished the series with a combined five hits. "Of course", Counsell said. Like in Game 2 when it was the turn of 38-year-old catcher Erik Kratz, who had two RBIs.

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As for George Webb's famous "12-games-in-a-row" free-burger promotion (last enacted in 1987), Milwaukee will have to wait until Friday. It's supposed to be around 60 on Sunday with a chance of rain.

"It's not ideal. It wouldn't be anybody's first choice", said Yelich, an NL MVP candidate who is 2 for 5 in the series with a homer and four walks. "I mean, it would have been great to pitch in this atmosphere, in Denver, my hometown". But at the same time, we're facing good pitching. "You have to find a way to win". At home, the Rockies collectively slashed.287/.350/.503. Especially Arenado, who's sticking to his usual routine: Eggs and bacon in the morning with oatmeal and two cups of coffee, head to the park and go straight to the cage to hone his swing. Los Angeles led that series 2-0 with Game 3 scheduled for later Sunday at Atlanta.

The energized crowd should help. The Colorado Rockies are certainly capable of an offensive outburst with a lineup full of players that can get it done at the plate, but a lot of them haven't done so far this postseason.

"I don't have a doubt that we're going to get things going", Rockies veteran outfielder Carlos Gonzalez said. "So now it'll be super loud and everybody loves us".

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