"Dodgers offense is different monster"

Tony Gwynn Jr previews Brewers and Dodgers!

Evan Heffelfinger
September 30, 2020 - 3:08 pm

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The Brewers enter their Wild Card round with the Dodgers as the heavy underdog, after just barely creeping into the playoffs with a 29-31 record.

The Brewers offense has been a struggle this year, especially for stars Christian Yelich and Keston Hiura, and while the pitching staff has carried the club, they enter the postseason without two of their best arms: Corbin Burnes and Devin Williams.

The Dodgers, on the other hand, enter the postseason with the MLB's best record, and a young but talented team ready to steamroll everyone they play - both offensively and defensively.

Can the Brewers shock the world and beat the top seeded Dodgers?


Tony Gwynn Jr, former Brewers outfielder and Radio.com Sports MLB Insider, joined Bill Thursday to preview Brewers/Dodgers, talk struggling superstars, and more:

With the shocking news of rookie phenom Devin Williams being left off the playoff roster with an arm injury, how much does that hurt the Brewers chances in the offseason?

- Does either manager in this Brewers/Dodgers series have a leg up on the other?

Does a short series like this favor a manager like Craig Counsell?

Can the Brewers and Brent Suter steal a game because of the Dodgers rough going with left-handed pitchers?

Can a role guy like Arcia step up and lead the Brewers?

Listen to the full interview below!