Juan Soto’s clutch hit in the 8th lifts Nationals | NL Wild Card Highlights | MLB Postseason
Three runs scored on Juan Soto’s go-ahead single in the 8th to lead the Nationals to a Wild Card win over the Brewers
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2:16 mark people… :-0
As a brewers fan we shouldeve never brought hader in
One more thing f the nats
That brewers announcer tho 🤢🥴🤢😂🤣😂
I love baseball
Lets go Nats
I’m not sure, did he make the catch?
Freaking Awesome that they went on to beat the Houston Cheaters
BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA the Brewers blew a 3-1 lead
There was a level of joy in this game way beyond anything the caps could ever pull off. The crowd reaction to Soto took me back to the fumble recovery for a touchdown at rfk in the we want Dallas game in the nfc championship of 82. If the concourse could shake, it would have. These Nats having the fans throwing beer and popcorn they paid $20 for out of joy felt like watching the joe Gibbs redskins beating Dallas.
So Eric Thames scores the Brewers final run of 2019 against the Nats and now…he’s a Nat🤯
the LA chargers have more fans then the brewers
That was still a foul ball, not a hit by pitch
As an Astros fan, I gotta give the Nationals what a team they had. Got rid of Harper and ended up winning the WS! That’s impressive. I didn’t expect them to make it THAT far, especially against my team, but what an impressive feat by this team!
Greatest calls of Ernie Johnson's career
1. Greg Gibson, the home plate umpire
6:38 thats the most over dramatic announcer in sports history
5:35 in life sometimes you’re either the bat or the ball. It’s about damn time we were the bat.
Zimmerman's pinch-hit gets lost in this crazy game. 2-outs and he's coming off the bench to pinch-hit against a hard throwing reliever. Most fans, me included thought this could've been his last game as a Nat. He's still clutch!
Goddamn this is going to be a great movie!
Quite possibly the happiest day of my life 😝⚾️
5:35 When you had a strong feeling the Nats were going places in the post season. And they did
I am here because the Pandemia
What a call by the commentator at 6:38!!!
Even if Grisham gets the ball, it’s a tie game. Andrew Stevenson pinch ran for Zimmerman, and Stevenson does nothing but run fast
this nationals team is one of the most resilient teams in sports history
On September 10th, 2019, Christian Yelich fractured his kneecap, causing the Washington Nationals to win the World Series
FOUL BALL!!!! 4:29
Poor Trent Grisham 😢
Juan soto's didnt even do anything. Trent Grisham just had an error. It's his fault
Damn this was a whole year ago
Came here after the A's won the wild card division. I wish COVID wasn't a thing. Oakland fans would be going nuts.
Nationals don’t need Bryce. Soto is the already the next big thing.
3:20 Why tf is he sliding lmao
Vamonos coño su gesto con la boca un dominicano sabe de lo que hablo
LMAO Soto was celebrating as he was in the pickle lol.
2021 and I still get anxiety and chill bumps watching this what a great game.
Nats should never have won this game at all. They might’ve been the better team technically but I was thinking the brewers would win by 3 or 2 but then that error by Grisham was the reason they were able to get so far and win it all. People say that’s all skill but it’s not. It was all luck
I went to that game and it was insane
I feel so bad for Grisham and fan bases whose teams have never won a World Series. The Nate got lucky that’s fax
That hit by Soto was one of the most consequential in MLB history. It was the big hit the Nationals could never get in the postseason for so many years. Changed the franchise from a perennial playoff choker to a World Series champion.
Ball hit the bat first. Brewers won that game
What a great win as the Nats finally won a playoff series. In 2021, it seems like it was 20 years ago.
2 years ago today
Till this day i still think about what would have happened if yelli wasn’t hurt
TAKING ON DODGERS
On the 2019 NL Wild Card Game, The Washington Nationals beat the Milwaukee Brewers 4-3. First Pitch was at 7:05 P.M. EST at Nationals Park.