All season long, the National League has been insanely competitive. The Brewers were one of the top dogs all year and finally proved they have the guts to win their division in the end. Christian Yelich won the batting title with an average of .326 and missed the NL Triple Crown by only 1 homer and 1 RBI. The bullpen has been anchored by the likes of Racist Josh Hader and Jeremy Jeffress, who’ve been a devastating 1-2 punch ending games. They added Moose and Schoop at the deadline to stack their infield even more. In a perfect world, they’d be set for a win in the NLCS. But the Dodgers added Machado and Dozier and have gotten a postseason gem from Kershaw, giving up only 2 hits in 8 innings to the Baby Braves. This NLCS matchup will feature a huge advantage for the Dodgers in starting pitching, but the Brewers have the offense that can get to them. Plus the 11 wins in a row including regular season is poising them for success. The series starts tonight, and it’s gonna be a fierce one. I believe the Brewers can win it, and I hope they do because watching the Dodgers choke every postseason is extremely enjoyable.