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Brewers fans confident heading into postseason

Posted at 7:42 PM, Sep 22, 2019

MILWAUKEE — Brewers fans remained confident heading into the team's last regular season home game.

Brewers defeated the Pittsburgh Pirates 4-3 fueling fans' dreams of a deep playoff run.

Sunday's dreary and rainy weather could not dampen the pride at Miller Park. Tailgates went on and fans waited patiently to squeeze in another home game.

"It’s so great for the Brewers to be at this point where we’re pushing for the playoffs again. In years to come it’s gonna keep happening. It’s a really good time to be a Brewers fan," said Ian Kirkpatrick who was tailgating with family.

"We lost Christian Yelich coming into this year, but seeing our rookies coming up and producing as well as they are is really nice," said Noah Johnson from Racine.

Inside Miller Park, fans got ready to soak in another game, hopeful they will see more baseball games in Milwaukee in the postseason.

Before the game was over some fans were already looking ahead to the future.

"Milwaukee is doing so well. They’re moving up. They’ll be first place probably next week," said Mickey Stratton who traveled from Texas.

"Great players is how we’re going to win this," said Zoe Mayer at her first Brewers game.