The biggest news of the morning comes out of Los Angeles, and the good news is the Los Angeles Dodgers have been eliminated from the 2019 MLB postseason after losing game 5 of the NLDS in L.A. The Brute Squad would like to THANK the Washington Nationals for doing what many thought could not be done; for defeating the evil that has plagued our lands for too long! Praise be to the Nationals, the players, the owners, the front office, the back office, the scouts, the concession workers, laborers, and Nationals fans. FTD!
The wild-card Nationals won 7-3 after a grand slam in the 10th by former Dodger Howie Kendrick off Joe Kelly.
“Just a terrible feeling,” Kershaw said.
“It’s probably the most exciting moment of the postseason thus far. For sure it was the best moment of Kendrick’s career, especially since was having a rough go of it as of late. And it’ll certainly land in the top moments in franchise history.”
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”The (Braves) started some (expletive). We finished the (expletive),” Schildt said in the video. “And that’s how we roll. No one (expletive) with us ever. Now, I don’t give a (expletive) who we play. We’re gonna (expletive) them up. We’re gonna take it right to them the whole (expletive) way. We’re gonna kick their (expletive) ass.”
Such language.....and in the presence of Goldy?
“I knew we had him on the ropes,” third baseman Matt Carpenter said. “I’m just trying to take a good at-bat and extend the inning. It felt like we blinked, and it was 10. It happened so fast.”
“We made it this far,” Rays outfielder Kevin Kiermaier said. “It’s pretty safe to say, but we’re not content with this. We want to win one more and keep this thing going. We plan on doing just that.”
Rays face the Astros today in Houston. Glasnow v Cole at 4 p.m. on FS1 and radio.
Who will win and move onto the ALCS v Yankees?
This poll is closed
The Astros will win.
The Rays will win.
Does not matter, the Yankees will beat either team and move onto the WS.
They are......drum roll please.....”Outfielder Seth Beer, acquired from Houston in the Zack Greinke trade in July, and infielder Geraldo Perdomo will play for the Eastern All-Stars, representing the Salt River Rafters and the D-backs.”
“Bell, 44, is well-connected in the baseball world as he is the brother of Cincinnati Reds manager David Bell, the son of longtime major leaguer Buddy Bell and the grandson of Reds alumnus Gus Bell. Bell’s son, Luke, was drafted by the Diamondbacks this summer.”