2011 NLCS Gm6: Cards, Brewers set postseason homer record

2011 NLCS Gm6: Cards, Brewers set postseason homer record
    10/15/11: The Cardinals and the Brewers set an MLB postseason record with six combined home runs through the first three innings of the game
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    1. I swear these cards were juicing like crazy. Pujols was unreal. This entire team was hitting homers of little bat flicks. Braun juicing couldn't make up for all of them.

    2. Loved every minute..all year long we had to put up with that crap of the Brewers pulling their shirts out after every win. The Cardinals didn’t just beat the Brewers in this series, they humiliated them. I really hoped the Cardinal players would pull,their shirts out after winning game six, but the St. Louis organization has too much class to pull us Bush League stunt like that. I hope the Brewers and their fans feel the pain of this humiliating defeat for a very long time

    3. Milwaukee had a great season in 2011 but they couldn't pitch worth a damn in this series except for one game – to allow 43 runs in a 6-game playoff series when there was one game where you allowed just 2 – that's some pretty bad pitching.

    4. No doubt in my mind that Freese was on PEDs. Where has he been since that post season? Braun getting caught was what scared Freese into stop doing it. Hell for Shaun Marcum

    5. I remember this like it was yesterday. Brewers fans were so cocky and thought they had a cake walk to the World Series LMFAO idiots. The sad thing is so many of these "fans" back then laughed at me for being a Cubs fan and now they themselves have become "Cubs fans." Milwaukee without out a doubt has the worst fan base in all of sports. Fans don't show up to brewers or bucks games unless they are winning it's sad. And they bandwagon to other teams like the cavs and Cubs lmfao

    6. I hate the Cardinals. They have kept the Brewers from winning a World Series tittle twice. 1982 Brewers vs. Cardinals World Series 6-3 Cards. And here…