clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

What We Learned: Season ends in heartbreak

The Brewers led for most of the Wild Card Game, but a late rally by the Nationals ended the season.

If you buy something from an SB Nation link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics statement.

Wild Card Round - Milwaukee Brewers v Washington Nationals Photo by Rob Carr/Getty Images

Yesterday’s Results

Brewers lose to Nationals 4-3, eliminated from playoffs

Coverage from BCB

Wild Card Game Coverage

Other News and Notes

Around the Web

These were the 10 strangest moments in the 2019 Brewers season, plus every single walk-off win
JR Radcliffe, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The Brewers had some strange moments this season, from hitting a ball through a wall to a rain delay at Miller Park (with a roof). Also, there were plenty of walkoff wins to watch.

These are the 10 craziest wins (and five toughest losses) of the 2019 Brewers season
JR Radcliffe, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

The Brewers had some really amazing wins this season, but also some tougher losses.

HBP changes trajectory of NL Wild Card Game
Joe Trezza,

One key to the eighth inning was a hit by pitch that came under review, with both possiblities of it hitting the bat and hitting the player’s hand being seen.

Grisham on key error: ‘It’s going to sting’
Joe Trezza,

The unfortunate error by Trent Grisham allowed the Nationals to take the lead, but the team knows that Grisham is part of the reason they were in that game at all.

Twenty-Seven Outs to Go: The Nationals Win a Thriller
Brendan Gawlowski, FanGraphs

The Brewers led early and the Nationals saw their season ending, with only a limited number of outs to fix it.