The Los Angeles Dodgers and Milwaukee Brewers will square off in the Wild Card Series, so let's look at how the two sides match up.
by: Jeff Passan, ESPN — ESPN Chicago: White Sox Report 6h
What's the most likely upset? Can anybody beat the Dodgers? Which players should you expect to remember from this October? We answer all this and more.
by: Matt Carroll — Fansided: Reviewing the Brew 2h
The playoffs are here, which means it's time to predict who makes the Wild Card roster. Let's take a look at who might make the cut for the Brewers. It may...
by: Tom Haudricourt and Todd Rosiak, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel — Milwaukee Journal Sentinal 17h
The Brewers had Corbin Burnes lined up to pitch Game 1 of the playoffs but his injury has forced a change of plans against the Dodgers.
by: Mike Petriello — MLB: Brewers 28 Sep
The Dodgers finished 2020 with the best record in baseball, because they scored the most runs in the Majors and allowed the second-fewest, which is a nice combination. The 43-17 record they piled up in a short season is merely a 116-win pace over a...
by: Skyricesq — SB Nation: Viva El Birdos 28 Sep
It took me a little while to digest today and to think about how I would open the recap. I still don’t think it has hit me what the Cardinal club has had to endure this year, and I don’t think I...
Brewers fall in season finale against St. Louis, 5-2, but still stumble backwards into postseason berth
by: Kyle Lesniewski — SB Nation: Brew Crew Ball 28 Sep
Another tough day for the bats, but they’ll get a crack at the playoffs.
by: Tom Haudricourt, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel — Milwaukee Journal Sentinal 27 Sep
The Brewers (19-21) are the first team ever to make the playoffs with a losing record, backing into the No. 8 seed in the National League.
by: ANDREW WAGNER For the State Journal — Wisconsin State Journal 27 Sep
Milwaukee, the No. 8 seed, will face the top-seeded Los Angeles Dodgers in a best-of-three wild card series.
by: Craig Edwards — FanGraphs 24 Sep
It's possible Trevor Bauer has pitched better than any pitcher in the National League, but should his weaker schedule be held against him?
by: Mike Petriello — MLB: Dodgers 24 Sep
By just about any measure you can think of, the Dodgers are baseball's best team. They have the most wins and the highest winning percentage, obviously, but they also have the second-most runs scored and the third-fewest allowed. As it follows,...
by: ANDREW WAGNER For the State Journal — Wisconsin State Journal 24 Sep
With the Brewers in St. Louis looking to clinch a franchise-record third consecutive postseason appearance, here's a look at the NL playoff picture, starting with a primer on the expanded