Chicago Cubs vs. Colorado Rockies in NL Wild Card Game

Chicago Cubs vs. Colorado Rockies in NL Wild Card Game

Chicago Cubs vs. Colorado Rockies in NL Wild Card Game

Both teams lost division tiebreakers Monday, setting up Tuesday's winner-take-all Wild Card game at Wrigley Field in Chicago.

Because the season-long issues the Cubs could contain or finesse with their individual talent, overall depth and big-market payroll over the course of a six-month season showed up in Monday afternoon's 3-1 loss to the Milwaukee Brewers at Wrigley Field.

It was just the 15th and 16th times in Major League Baseball history that a 163rd game was needed in order to decipher a division victor.

Just like that, the season comes down to a final game, and October is only two days old. Rockies lost to the Dodger, who are the NL West champions. We'll here's someone to settle you down: Jon Lester.

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Congrats to the Brewers on the NL Central crown.

The stakes are much higher for Tuesday night's Wild Card Game as the loser of this playoff sees their season end. The best-of-seven National League Division Series will open on Thursday with the pairings to be determined. Lester, who didn't allow an earned run that night and has been very solid as of late. After finishing off the Washington Nationals on Sunday at Coors Field, the Rockies left for California. However, Walker Buehler was dominant on the mound for the Dodgers on Monday and a pair of two-run homers by Cody Bellinger and Max Muncy pushed Colorado to the brink of elimination.

The Brewers' victory averaged a 13.5 household rating in the Milwaukee area, or nearly 115,000 southeastern Wisconsin TV homes.

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