Offense has been hard to come by as NLDS is tied, 1-1 (10.11.2021)

Oct 11, 2021, 10:00 AM

The Milwaukee Brewers and Atlanta Braves didn't generate much offense over two games in Milwaukee, and the Brewers were limited to two runs on one swing over 18 innings. But it was enough to head to Atlanta deadlocked, 1-1; will they play another game in Milwaukee this year? Brewers reporter Tom Haudricourt and host JR Radcliffe look at Game 1 and Game 2, including the Rowdy Tellez home run, the struggles of the big boppers, and the potential of finding a spot in the lineup for one of the few hot hitters, Luis Urías. Will Milwaukee's starting pitching depth ultimately give the Brewers an edge in Atlanta? Will Adrian Houser be used in the same multi-inning relief role as Game 1? If Milwaukee does move on, is it safe to assume that Brent Suter gets a playoff roster spot back? Plus, can we just change how ground-rule doubles work?

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