Brewers are sitting pretty after NLCS Game 3 win – and it’s no longer a surprise

LOS ANGELES – At this point, it really doesn’t matter to the Milwaukee Brewers that they typically don’t know who their starting pitcher will be until mere hours before the next playoff game.

They can only shrug when traditionalists wonder why they yank a pitcher while he’s throwing a shutout, or why they give their closer the ball, ninth inning, crucial game, even after he let them down so badly in two previous outings.

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Author: Suravi Farzana