2020 NL Wild Card Round

jon abbey

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According to MLBN, the NL is set:

1-Dodgers
8-Brewers

4-Padres
5-Cardinals

3-Cubs
6-Marlins

2-Braves
7-Reds
 

shawnrbu

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I like that there are no divisional matchups in the NL.

Hope the Brewers pull the big upset. LA fans will be nauseating if the Lakers and Dodgers both win a championship in the same year let alone the same month.

I wouldn’t want to play the Reds in a 3 game series with their starting pitching. If the higher seed could pick their opponent, I think the Brewers, Marlins and Cardinals would get picked before the Reds.
 

DeadlySplitter

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Cubs Marlins are two bad offenses. Some freak play might decide that series. Then again, any series could go that way, what am I saying?
 

Red(s)HawksFan

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did a double take. is this "espn family" an actual network or it's going to air somewhere on the espn family of networks? given there's 958273 channels these days, legit unsure.
It's the family of networks. There is no network called "ESPN Family".
 

Oppo

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Imagine having Brent Suter has your game 1 starter.

Also, with as good as the Braves’ offense has been (5.8 runs/game, only 1 run behind LAD for the season lead), would anyone be surprised if Bauer/Castillo/Gray could take 2 of 3?
 
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