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Saturday, October 08, 2011

MLB.com: Royal Plush: Morgan’s hit lands Crew in NLCS

A hysteria-inducing 3-2 win over the D-backs in Game 5 clinched the NL Division Series, a win-or-go-home game decided in the bottom of the 10 inning on Nyjer Morgan’s single after John Axford’s first blown save since mid-April.

Carlos Gomez, at second after a single and a stolen base, raced home on Morgan’s hit to give Milwaukee’s its first postseason series win in 29 years.

The NL Championship Series opponent still awaited as the Brewers celebrated with 44,028 deliriously towel-waving fans, but this much was clear: Milwaukee is four NLCS wins away from the World Series.

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   1. Walks Clog Up the Bases Posted: October 08, 2011 at 01:12 AM (#3956162)
Congrats Brew Crew fans. You guys are a loyal bunch and I've come to enjoy the Cub/Brewers gatherings more in recent years than even the Cub/Card match-ups.
   2. Walks Clog Up the Bases Posted: October 08, 2011 at 01:13 AM (#3956164)
Holy ####, Prince's daughter (I think?) looks JUST LIKE HIM.
   3. DKDC Posted: October 08, 2011 at 01:20 AM (#3956172)
#### yeah! I think I found my playoff rooting interest.
   4. JoeHova Posted: October 08, 2011 at 01:21 AM (#3956174)
Holy ####, Prince's daughter (I think?) looks JUST LIKE HIM.

Son. I'm pretty sure he's got 2 sons, no daughters.
   5. Robert in Manhattan Beach Posted: October 08, 2011 at 01:24 AM (#3956183)
The Brewers-Tigers dream dodges another bullet! There's no stopping it now!
   6. Shredder Posted: October 08, 2011 at 01:25 AM (#3956184)
Good for the Brewers and Good for Ron Roenicke. I didn't have much of a rooting interest in this series, but it's nice to see a former Angels coach moving on. Mostly, I just really want to see someone beat Texas.
   7. Matt Welch Posted: October 08, 2011 at 01:54 AM (#3956238)
Mostly, I just really want to see someone beat Texas.

Sure, but as long as Mike Napoli hits .800.
   8. NTNgod Posted: October 08, 2011 at 02:00 AM (#3956248)
NLCS game 1 is an afternoon game, the Packers are primetime game on Sunday, so no conflict this week!
   9. depletion Posted: October 08, 2011 at 02:00 AM (#3956249)
Nyjer "Mr. Popularity" Morgan comes through.
I am also pulling for Brewers-Tigers. Go Zack!
   10. TerpNats Posted: October 08, 2011 at 02:10 AM (#3956262)
Glad to see Nyjer and fellow ex-Nat Jerry Hairston advance to the NLCS. Too bad it couldn't have worked out better for Morgan in D.C.
   11. Tulo's Fishy Mullet (mrams) Posted: October 08, 2011 at 02:35 AM (#3956313)
Yeah, and to the extent Game 1 runs into the Packers pre-game, and game broadcast, WTMJ will stick with Brewers. F U Pack...(ducks).
   12. Spahn Insane Posted: October 08, 2011 at 02:41 AM (#3956346)
Congrats to the Crew. They were making me nervous there for a bit. Hope they beat the ever lovin' piss out of whoever prevails in the other game tonight.
   13. McCoy Posted: October 08, 2011 at 02:50 AM (#3956398)
So if the Cardinals hold on and win that pretty much leaves the Rangers as the only thing close to a major TV market for the LCS and WS. I'm sure Fox is loving that.
   14. Tulo's Fishy Mullet (mrams) Posted: October 08, 2011 at 03:05 AM (#3956470)
A Brewers v ______ lcs/WS is not a bad thing for baseball, no matter what Fox may think.
   15. cercopithecus aethiops Posted: October 08, 2011 at 03:24 AM (#3956565)
A _____ v _____ LCS/WS is not a bad thing for baseball, no matter how you fill in the blanks.
   16. McCoy Posted: October 08, 2011 at 03:31 AM (#3956588)
I'd think a Houston v Pittsburgh would be pretty bad for baseball and a KC vs Pittsburgh to be really really bad.
   17. Tulo's Fishy Mullet (mrams) Posted: October 08, 2011 at 03:33 AM (#3956595)
the only bad thing about a Brewers win in 10, is that Uecker wasn't doing the 10th, not that I hate Provus, but Ueck would be great to hear.
   18. McCoy Posted: October 08, 2011 at 03:34 AM (#3956598)
What would be the absolute worst?

Oakland vs Toronto
Kansas City vs Tampa

Pittsburgh vs San Diego
Milwaukee vs Washington

Toronto vs Pittsburgh

How about that?
   19. Misirlou's been working for the drug squad Posted: October 08, 2011 at 03:38 AM (#3956608)
What would be the absolute worst?

Oakland vs Toronto
Kansas City vs Tampa

Pittsburgh vs San Diego
Milwaukee vs Washington

Toronto vs Pittsburgh

How about that?


I think the Cleveland - Miami WS was the modern day nadir. It could be again.
   20. Tulo's Fishy Mullet (mrams) Posted: October 08, 2011 at 03:38 AM (#3956609)
in '92 that would be a great WS
   21. Dr. Vaux Posted: October 08, 2011 at 03:43 AM (#3956623)
In '92, it would be a miracle!
   22. Textbook Editor Posted: October 08, 2011 at 03:58 AM (#3956650)
Congrats, Harveys! I have fond memories of watching the 1982 WS--here's hoping your guys finish it off this year.
   23. AROM Posted: October 08, 2011 at 04:02 AM (#3956659)
Did I hear correctly Nyjer dropping the F bomb? Screaming F Yeah while Sam Ryan tried to interview him?
   24. Conor Posted: October 08, 2011 at 04:07 AM (#3956666)
Did I hear correctly Nyjer dropping the F bomb? Screaming F Yeah while Sam Ryan tried to interview him?


Yeah. Amazing interview. He then followed it up with "I have no words right now. I have nothing for you, gotta go." And then he left.
   25. Biff, highly-regarded young guy Posted: October 08, 2011 at 04:12 AM (#3956672)
Dunno if this topic or the Chatter will stay more active, so I'm cross-posting this:

I love the Internet. I've decided I'm rooting for the Brewers now and it's because of an extremely old man (hi, Harveys!) I've never actually met.
   26. Esoteric Posted: October 08, 2011 at 04:24 AM (#3956688)
A big Coke to the first man who can find me a YouTube link to Nyjer Morgan's postgame interview on TBS.
   27. Forsch 10 From Navarone (Dayn) Posted: October 08, 2011 at 04:47 AM (#3956705)
A big Coke to the first man who can find me a YouTube link to Nyjer Morgan's postgame interview on TBS.

As you wish.
   28. boteman is here Posted: October 08, 2011 at 05:00 AM (#3956715)
Congrats to Brewers and their fans, a fun team to watch even if T-Plush is on it.
   29. Gonfalon Bubble Posted: October 08, 2011 at 05:02 AM (#3956716)
Nyjer Morgan's interview was 40 times funnier because it came in conjunction with Prince Fielder's interview.

The full transcript:
FIELDER: "Ohhhh, man. I gotta go, I gotta go, I gotta go." [EXITS]
   30. LionoftheSenate (Brewers v A's World Series) Posted: October 08, 2011 at 06:14 AM (#3956730)
that pretty much leaves the Rangers as the only thing close to a major TV market for the LCS and WS. I'm sure Fox is loving that.


This is so overrated and or weak analysis. 1 market is only worth about 5%, at most, of the ratings. What get's people to watch are compelling teams/stories, competitive games. Sure the household Yankees/Sox are out, but the remaining four teams can still create a huge rating. Braves v Twins was a monster World Series.
   31. Walks Clog Up the Bases Posted: October 08, 2011 at 06:16 AM (#3956731)
Strange how seemingly inconsequential transactions loom large come playoff time. If you had told me seven months ago that Nyjer Morgan would be sending the Brewers to the NLCS because of his role in an NLDS elimination game, I would have wondered which Brewer hit the winning homer that bounced off of Morgan's glove.
   32. LionoftheSenate (Brewers v A's World Series) Posted: October 08, 2011 at 06:17 AM (#3956733)
the only bad thing about a Brewers win in 10, is that Uecker wasn't doing the 10th, not that I hate Provus, but Ueck would be great to hear.


Uecker did the 10th. Normally he would go refill his cocktail or take a dump, but for an elimination game, WTMJ wisely kept Uecker on the play by play.
   33. valuearbitrageur Posted: October 08, 2011 at 06:19 AM (#3956734)
I sure wish the playoffs hadn't been diluted by the wildcard.
   34. LionoftheSenate (Brewers v A's World Series) Posted: October 08, 2011 at 06:20 AM (#3956736)
RE ratings. Don't fall into the NFL trap about ratings. MLB gets eyeballs on TV sets Monday - Sunday. The NFL does well on one, maybe two days tops. Also, MLB sells more tickets than the NBA, NFL and NHL combined. And....MLB has TWO teams in LA, count 'em, TWO!!!
   35. McCoy Posted: October 08, 2011 at 06:26 AM (#3956740)
The NFL does well on one, maybe two days tops.

Unless they then put games on Thursday and Saturday at which point they get eyeballs on games 4 days tops.

I'm betting that there are some ESPN football programs that air during the week that get better ratings than baseball games.

Wasn't there a point at some point last year or so where CSPAN had higher ratings than Nationals' games?
   36. McCoy Posted: October 08, 2011 at 06:31 AM (#3956741)
Braves v Twins was a monster World Series.

Mostly because it went to 7 games. If it went 5 games or so it wouldn't have been.

That series' ratings were right inl ine with the ratings for the WS ratings around it with the only difference being that it went 7 whereas the other games went 4 games or 6.

As for stories:

The Phillies-Rays series was a dud despite having a ton of story lines that should have made it interesting and yet the next year which featured the Yankees and Phillies got the highest ratings since about 1996. Giants-Rangers again had a ton of interesting story lines and again it was a dud of a world series ratings wise.
   37. rr Posted: October 08, 2011 at 06:34 AM (#3956743)
I sure wish the playoffs hadn't been diluted by the wildcard.


They're not; the division titles are. That is why the Brewers now need to beat the Cardinals four more times after already beating them over 162 games.
   38. Boxkutter Posted: October 08, 2011 at 07:27 AM (#3956756)
Congrats to Brewers and their fans, a fun team to watch even if T-Plush is on it.


Personally, I think Morgan makes the team more fun to watch. The guy is 100% emotion. Had him on my DMB team for the last three or four years.
   39. shoewizard Posted: October 08, 2011 at 07:36 AM (#3956757)
Don't like the Brewers much, and a lot less right now. But congrats to their fans here at BTF.

A good bunch. Enjoy the rest of your post season.
   40. cardsfanboy Posted: October 08, 2011 at 07:54 AM (#3956758)
What would be the absolute worst?


Yankees vs Phillies...nobody outside of those two cities would even ####### care.

honest answer
Florida Marlins vs.... the lesser La team?

I do not think any of the original teams would ultimately be a bad series(unpopular series)
   41. Athletic Supporter can feel the slow rot Posted: October 08, 2011 at 08:37 AM (#3956759)
Overlooked note from this game: Axford striking out Hill in the 9th. You're a closer in a really high-pressure environment, and the opponent has just tied the game on a bloop and a bunt (and, to be fair, a hard hit double preceding that). Now it's first and second, nobody out, tie game. To gather it up and strike out the next guy, then get out of the inning, was huge and really impressive.
   42. Greg K Posted: October 08, 2011 at 08:48 AM (#3956762)
How about Chris Young's catch on Hairston? I suppose it goes down with Endy Chavez' in the "losing cause" playoff glory category.
   43. Lars6788 Posted: October 08, 2011 at 10:40 AM (#3956769)
It's the least he could have done, since he blew the save - no need to mention it was "huge and really impressive."

Overlooked note from this game: Axford striking out Hill in the 9th. You're a closer in a really high-pressure environment, and the opponent has just tied the game on a bloop and a bunt (and, to be fair, a hard hit double preceding that). Now it's first and second, nobody out, tie game. To gather it up and strike out the next guy, then get out of the inning, was huge and really impressive.
   44. Lassus Posted: October 08, 2011 at 11:08 AM (#3956771)
How about Chris Young's catch on Hairston? I suppose it goes down with Endy Chavez' in the "losing cause" playoff glory category.

Just watched it.

No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, no, god, no.

No.

No, no, no, no.

No.

NO.

A running, no jump, non-HR catch?

No.
   45. Accent Shallow Posted: October 08, 2011 at 12:30 PM (#3956793)
Chris Young's catch was definitely a "holy crap" moment, but not quite Chavez territory.
   46. Rowland Office Supplies Posted: October 08, 2011 at 12:39 PM (#3956795)
Hairston's "DAMMIT, SOLDIER...DON'T YOU DIE ON ME!" reaction is just as entertaining as the catch.
   47. Weekly Journalist_ Posted: October 08, 2011 at 12:43 PM (#3956797)
Right now we're on pace to rival the 2003 playoffs. On pace is deceptive though. To keep the pace we need a couple of 7 game CSes with at least two "documentary worthy" moments....tough standard. Also, one of the series has to go seven games and end on a walkoff homer.
   48. WillYoung Posted: October 08, 2011 at 12:49 PM (#3956798)
I'm sure the ratings for that Pittsburgh-Green Bay Super Bowl were horrendous because of the markets. Poor NFL.
   49. sunnyday2 Posted: October 08, 2011 at 12:50 PM (#3956799)
I don't care what anybody says. An LCS with Milwaukee in it just isn't gonna feel like a real LCS.
   50. Harveys Wallbangers Posted: October 08, 2011 at 01:17 PM (#3956815)
One thing I noticed is that Gomez is taking great swings at the plate the last several weeks. If Ron started Carlos over Nyjer against a right-handed pitcher I wouldn't howl too much right now. Won't happen but THAT is how impressed I have been with the approach/swings Carlos has been taking. It's like he is a different hitter up there.
   51. Slivers of Maranville descends into chaos (SdeB) Posted: October 08, 2011 at 01:29 PM (#3956824)
What would be the absolute worst?


Mets vs. Yankees.
   52. TerpNats Posted: October 08, 2011 at 01:30 PM (#3956828)
that pretty much leaves the Rangers as the only thing close to a major TV market for the LCS and WS. I'm sure Fox is loving that.
At least the Tigers and Cardinals each have some old-line traditional appeal, with many diaspora fans. (Not that it showed during 2006, a rather lackluster Series on the field and in the ratings.) The Brewers don't have much of a history, comparatively speaking, but are a fun team to watch. And Dallas-Fort Worth is clearly the best all-around sports market in the Sun Belt. Still, Fox has to be fearful the eastern seaboard will tune out what is now a "flyover country" postseason.
   53. Weekly Journalist_ Posted: October 08, 2011 at 01:32 PM (#3956831)

Mets vs. Yankees.


My favorite baseball season ever. Being at Rutgers, taking the train into the city for Game 6 of 2000 ALCS with my brother, the electricity in the air...Justince home run, the loudest noise I've ever heard. The ride back, \"#### the Mets! #### the Mets! #### the Mets!"...then watching Game 1 of the World Series at a bar in Manhattan that was about 70/30 Mets fans, just the intensity of the back and forth. The whole city was baseball baseball baseball baseball non stop. Glorious.

About the only bummer for me was my unused ticket for Clemens vs. Piazza 2 in Game 6. I have to admit I was kinda rooting for the Mets to pull out Game 5.
   54. cercopithecus aethiops Posted: October 08, 2011 at 01:49 PM (#3956844)
Right now we're on pace to rival the 2003 playoffs. On pace is deceptive though. To keep the pace we need a couple of 7 game CSes with at least two "documentary worthy" moments....tough standard. Also, one of the series has to go seven games and end on a walkoff homer.


So, we need a couple of seven game LCSes and at least one of them has to go seven gmaes? More importantly, you left out the extra innings before the walkoff.

Anyway, the only problem I have with the Brewers in an LCS is that they're in the wrong one.
   55. Harveys Wallbangers Posted: October 08, 2011 at 01:55 PM (#3956848)
I suspect after this next series a whole bunch of folks are going to think Ryan Braun is the best player in the NL
   56. The Keith Law Blog Blah Blah (battlekow) Posted: October 08, 2011 at 02:05 PM (#3956852)
Overlooked note from this game: Axford striking out Hill in the 9th. You're a closer in a really high-pressure environment, and the opponent has just tied the game on a bloop and a bunt (and, to be fair, a hard hit double preceding that). Now it's first and second, nobody out, tie game. To gather it up and strike out the next guy, then get out of the inning, was huge and really impressive.

And then he came back and blew the Diamondbacks away the next inning. Running Axford back out there was a nice decision by Roenicke that I don't think a lot of managers make.
   57. BDC Posted: October 08, 2011 at 02:19 PM (#3956869)
the Tigers and Cardinals each have some old-line traditional appeal, with many diaspora fans

There are a lot of Tiger fans at the Ballpark during the regular season. I talked with a fanatic who was sitting behind me during a Tiger win earlier this year. I asked him what part of Michigan he was from. His buddy said, "he's from Alpine, Michigan" – Alpine being a town in West Texas. He was your basic Tejano guy, had never been to Michigan, was just slightly insane.

By contrast, the Division Series this year was eerie. Whenever the Rays did something right (and they did a lot right in Arlington), the Ballpark was deathly silent. Not a single clap of applause; I wasn't sure some of the Rays' home runs really happened, because there was an utter lack of fan reaction. Things got louder than hell in Game Two when the Rangers stormed back. But in a way I am glad to see the Tigers come in this weekend, if only because there will be some noise and some balance in the crowd; a sense that there's a little rivalry can be good, as long as there's no danger of it reaching Dodger-parking-lot proportions. And in Texas, there really hasn't been, even last year when there was a high proportion of Yankee fans in for the ALCS.

I love the Rangers and dislike the Cardinals, but I am quite OK with both the Tigers and Brewers, having spent a lot of time in both Michigan and Wisconsin over the years. If they meet in the WS I really am not quite sure which way I'd be pulled.
   58. boteman is here Posted: October 08, 2011 at 02:22 PM (#3956873)
#55 Well, I for one, am certInll glad that Harvey's Wallbangers made it home sFlt last night/this morning.
   59. cardsfanboy Posted: October 08, 2011 at 02:26 PM (#3956876)
I suspect after this next series a whole bunch of folks are going to think Ryan BraunYadier Molina is the best player in the NL


FTFY :) (I was going for someone other than the big three on the Cardinals)
   60. cercopithecus aethiops Posted: October 08, 2011 at 02:28 PM (#3956878)
I suspect after this next series a whole bunch of folks are going to think Ryan Braun is the best player in the NL


He does have dreamy eyes, doesn't he?
   61. Greg K Posted: October 08, 2011 at 02:37 PM (#3956885)
To Lassus:

I apologize profusely for the confusion. I didn't mean to say the catch was AS amazing as the one by Chavez. Just that they are similar in that they were remarkable catches where that ended up being for naught.
   62. Harveys Wallbangers Posted: October 08, 2011 at 02:38 PM (#3956888)
Bug eyes according to Cubs fans
   63. Tom Nawrocki Posted: October 08, 2011 at 02:53 PM (#3956895)

Anyway, the only problem I have with the Brewers in an LCS is that they're in the wrong one.


This will be the first-ever LCS that's a World Series rematch.
   64. Misirlou's been working for the drug squad Posted: October 08, 2011 at 02:58 PM (#3956897)
This will be the first-ever LCS that's a World Series rematch.


Well, it's the only LCS with a team that played in the other league's LCS as well.
   65. Lassus Posted: October 08, 2011 at 02:59 PM (#3956899)
I apologize profusely for the confusion. I didn't mean to say the catch was AS amazing as the one by Chavez. Just that they are similar in that they were remarkable catches where that ended up being for naught.

I think an amount of cold, cold, cold bitterness informed my post there. ;-)
   66. Jolly Old St. Nick Is A Jolly Old St. Crip Posted: October 08, 2011 at 03:00 PM (#3956900)
Harvey's got four reasons for wanting revenge on St. Louis, and if he's as old as he claims, he'll remember them all:

Reason 1

Reason 2

Reason 3

Reason 4
   67. boteman is here Posted: October 08, 2011 at 03:14 PM (#3956908)
#66 OK, Reason #4 is officially awesome to me. I never knew the Browns came from the original Brewers, since I never knew that a Brewers team even existed prior to the 1970s version. Neat, neat, neat!

So the Orioles franchise began life as the Milwaukee Brewers.
   68. Greg K Posted: October 08, 2011 at 03:24 PM (#3956914)
So the Orioles franchise began life as the Milwaukee Brewers.

So the Cardinals have played the Brewers TWICE in the World Series
   69. Jolly Old St. Nick Is A Jolly Old St. Crip Posted: October 08, 2011 at 03:28 PM (#3956916)
So the Orioles franchise began life as the Milwaukee Brewers.

And of course the Yankees began life as the Baltimore Orioles, with John McGraw as their first manager.
   70. boteman is here Posted: October 08, 2011 at 03:30 PM (#3956918)
And of course the Yankees began life as the Baltimore Orioles, with John McGraw as their first manager.

Considering where George Herman Ruth started and where he ended up, that somehow seems appropriate.
   71. Jay Z Posted: October 08, 2011 at 03:30 PM (#3956919)
One thing I noticed is that Gomez is taking great swings at the plate the last several weeks. If Ron started Carlos over Nyjer against a right-handed pitcher I wouldn't howl too much right now. Won't happen but THAT is how impressed I have been with the approach/swings Carlos has been taking. It's like he is a different hitter up there.


Gomez might be a guy who could actually figure out how to hit. There is obviously some talent there. Probably will always be streaky, but maybe he could improve on his streakiness. I would never count on it though.
   72. Jolly Old St. Nick Is A Jolly Old St. Crip Posted: October 08, 2011 at 03:35 PM (#3956921)
And of course the Yankees began life as the Baltimore Orioles, with John McGraw as their first manager.

Considering where George Herman Ruth started and where he ended up, that somehow seems appropriate.


That's certainly true, and it makes you wonder whether Muggsy would have been more favorably inclined toward The Bambino if both he and the Orioles had stayed in Charm City and spent their careers together there.

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