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Eye on Photos: Brewers defeat D-Backs in NLDS

Posted on: October 7, 2011 9:23 pm

By Matt Snyder

The Milwaukee Brewers have advanced to the NLCS for the first time in club history (note: They've been to the World Series, but that was when they were in the American League) after defeating the Arizona Diamondbacks on the NLDS. Check out the pictures of the series.

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Even for baseball, Milwaukee is all about tailgating. Brats, burgers and beer are the bare essentials. (Getty Images)
Yovani Gallardo thanks Ryan Braun for throwing out a runner at home in the first inning of Game 1. (Getty Images)
Prince Fielder is a bit fired up after his Game 1 home run. (Getty Images)
Zack Greinke struck out seven in the Brewers' Game 2 win, but he needed help, as he allowed four runs in five innings and took a no-decision. (Getty Images)
This is the Brewers' celebratory "beast mode" pose, done here by Ryan Braun. (Getty Images)
Nyjer Morgan ... feels like he needs a chalk outline, huh? (Getty Images)
Great shot of a Justin Upton broken bat. (Getty Images)
Josh Collmenter has an odd delivery, but it got the job done for the D-Backs in Game 3. (Getty Images)
Paul Goldschmidt is rather giddy after he broke Game 3 wide open with a grand slam. (Getty Images)
So much for a home-field advantage. (Getty Images)
MLB commissioner Bud Selig throws at the first pitch at Game 5. He even wore his mitt! (Getty Images)
No, he doesn't want a hug. That's beast mode again. (Getty Images)
Chris Young had a big series for the D-Backs. Pictured here is him crossing home plate after his second homer of the series. (Getty Images)
Here's the very close call in Game 4, and it's evident the out call was the correct one. (Getty Images)
The Brewers took a 1-0 lead in Game 4, but it didn't hold long -- as Ryan Roberts hit a grand slam in the bottom of the first. (Getty Images)
Justin Upton got the D-Backs on the board first in Game 5 ... and flahsed The Cobra. (Getty Images)
Chris Young saved two runs with an incredible over-the-shoulder catch in the sixth inning of Game 5. (Getty Images)
Of course, Yunieskey Betancourt followed with a big two-out single to give the Brewers a 2-1 lead. (Getty Images)
Willie Bloomquist lays down a safety squeeze to score the tying run in the ninth, giving John Axford a very rare blown save. (Getty Images)
Nyjer Morgan reacts after getting the series-clinching hit to send the Brewers to their first-ever NLCS. (Getty Images)

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