The Brewers lost the NLCS, but the Game 6 defeat also likely signaled the end of something else -- Prince Fielder's time in Milwaukee.
The Brewers' defense committed four errors in a Game 5 loss, and even worse, Milwaukee players couldn't explain how it all went wrong.
The Cards suffered Randy Wolf's first postseason victory, and now try to get back to Milwaukee with a lead.
The Cardinals' bullpen didn't start out as a linchpin of their success, but in October, that's exactly what it is.
Shaun Marcum, after a solid regular season, struggled again in these playoffs, leaving the Brewers to wonder what to do with him the rest of the way.
Long mocked for his shortcomings, Yuniesky Betancourt hammered a homer to make the point he's still quite capable, thank you.
We have yet to see a single pitch thrown in the NLCS, but that hasn't stopped the Brewers and Cardinals from chirping about how much they dislike each other.
The Diamondbacks rallied to even the series at two games apiece and send the series back to Milwaukee only to fall short in NLDS Game 5.
Powered by four home runs, the Diamondbacks defeated the Brewers 10-6, sending the series back to Milwaukee for Game 5.
The Brewers decided to face Paul Goldschmidt with the bases loaded, and the rookie made them pay in a big way.
The Diamondbacks are down 2-0 to the Brewers, but if you're waiting for them to call it a day and give up, well, you haven't been paying attention all season.
Ryan Braun shrugs off the questions about postseason pressure and just keeps swinging away, and his bat has the Brewers one game from advancing to the NLCS.
The Diamondbacks played all-out, full-speed-ahead all season. In Game 1 of their NLDS, it backfired.
While the Cubs' sale is likely to be a $1 billion transaction, all Cubs fans care about is whether the new owners will deliver a World Series champion.
It may sound a bit odd, but Milwaukee fans came out in droves to Miller Park on Tuesday night to root for the Indians.