2019 NL Wild Card Game, Brewers vs. Nationals (Nats' awesome comeback) | #MLBAtHome - c4gamingstudio.com

2019 NL Wild Card Game, Brewers vs. Nationals (Nats’ awesome comeback) | #MLBAtHome

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The 2019 NL Wild Card Game turned out to be one of the most exciting WC games, as the Nats made a late push led by young star Juan Soto.

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  1. Was at this game & after going down 3-0 I started to think to myself here we go again… but man oh man was I wrong. Best night of my life. After seeing so many first round exits live at nats park damn did this feel good.

  2. remember when Rendon was good and cared about baseball? I guess I wouldn't care either if they had to pay me 245,000,000 no matter what…

  3. And Gamel smoked that last out, if he pulls it or hits OPPO, tie game or Brewer lead- BUT not this day

  4. Not a fan of either team but this seemed like a game that was stolen by the Nats, and was the jump start that didn't end until they raised the trophy. The Brew Crew outplayed the Nats thru 8.2 innings and that's what's beautiful about baseball..no clock, if you have OUTS left, you have a chance and 1 bounce can determine the winner

  5. 2:15:00 look how Grandall sets up, the top of his mitt is the top of the strike zone. he keeps it there and flicks his wrist to try to give the illusion he caught the ball in the zone. Hader hit his spot perfectly but good on the ump for not letting that excellent frame impact his decision.

  6. Victor Robles= scared of the ball…..they cut Taylor who is just as good offensively and better defensively…

  7. Every time I hear Ron Darling it surprises me that he has a job.

  8. Say what you want about the “pace” of baseball compared to other sports, if a team is down 3 touchdowns in the NFL with 6 minutes left in the 4th they’re highly unlikely to come back. In baseball the swings are so intense and fast. The Brewers were cruising and just needed 4 more outs and all of a sudden only had 3 themselves to survive…crazy game.

  9. Eric Thames has played Pro baseball in 3 different countries. He had a 3+1 with the Brewers but even though his OPS with them was 848 through 3 seasons they didn’t exercise the 4th year option for 7 million which is kind of odd.

  10. Andrew Stevenson from my hometown of Lafayette La. Didn’t know that. Hopefully he gets back to the majors

  11. Robles might be a great fielder but he seems legit scared of the ball when he’s in the box.

  12. I'm not intentionally knocking the Brewers here (OK, MAYBE A TAD)But they're becoming more and more like the Packers every year in the postseason…

  13. Grisham straight chillin in right.

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