Eric + MB take in the exciting finish to the NL Wild Card game while discussing the merits of "full" franchise history, playoff-specific fan gear, and teammates helping one another reach personal milestones by any means necessary.
Outside Scoop: Supporting Your Wife in the World Series of Her Baseball League
- The Scariest National was Gerardo Parra, infamous for encouraging fans to perform Baby Shark en masse.
- The Brewers and the Expos were established in the same season, 1969, and neither has a World Series win.
- The right fielder for the Brewers who committed the costly error was Trent Grisham, a rookie only seeing playing time due to Christian Yelich's injury. What a brutal reminder of his absence.
- It's worth noting that Juan Soto's rundown in the 8th allowed the go-ahead run to score.