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Brewers defeat Diamondbacks three games to two
Game One: Brewers defeat Diamondbacks 4-1
Game Two: Brewers defeat Diamondbacks 9-4
Game Three: Diamondbacks defeat Brewers 8-1
Game Four: Diamondbacks defeat Brewers 10-6
Game Five: Brewers defeat Diamondbacks 3-2
Going into this series, many people expected the Brewers to win this series in either three or four games. How wrong those people were.
The Brewers came into this series knowing that Prince Fielder probably wouldn't be on the team next year and saw this as a chance to win their first postseason series in 29 years.
The Diamondbacks were the biggest surprise in all of baseball this season, expected to be near the bottom of the Western Division, yet were fantastic all year.
Game 1 showed why the Brewers were the favorites. Yovani Gallardo pitched eight innings, allowing one run while Fielder and Ryan Braun led the team offensively to the win.
In Game 2, Zach Grienke did not have his best stuff but the Brewers were able to get five runs after he left to take a commanding two games to none lead.
Back at Chase Field for Game 3, the Diamondbacks went to work and earned a victory. Paul Goldschmidt led the team with five RBIs, including a grand slam, in the win.
Game 4 proved to be an even bigger blowout for the D'Backs. Arizona got a first inning grand slam from Ryan Roberts and never looked back in a 10-6 win.
The series shifted back to Miller Park and we got to see a game for the ages. The Diamondbacks struck first on a homer by Justin Upton, but the Brew Crew tied the game on a short fly out that Nyjer Morgan tagged up on and scored from in the fourth inning.
The Brewers took the lead in the sixth when Yuniesky Betancourt singled to center to bring in Braun, but Arizona tied the game off of closer John Axford when Gerraldo Parra scored on a safety squeeze by Willie Bloomquist.
In the bottom of the 10th, the Brewers had Carlos Gomez on second when Morgan singled up the middle to score Gomez and gave the Brewers the victory and the series.
The Brewers will now face the Cardinals in the NLCS.