Brewers fans and players are pumped for Friday's Game 6 at Miller Park.
Freddy Peralta and Erik Kratz talked with TODAY'S TMJ4 when they returned to Miller Park Thursday evening.
Peralta said, "The team feels really good everyone is ready... Keep working hard to go to the World Series."
Fans were inside the team store buying merchandise well into the evening. Chris Nate believes the team is ready after a day off.
"Get their mind at ease, I think they’ll come back and get the crowd pumped and I think they’ll really come through in the end," he said. "Win tomorrow and then win on Saturday on to the World Series."
Brewers Catcher Erik Kratz says the team is counting on the fans to be loud tomorrow.
"If you brought the energy before, we need extra... we need double tomorrow," he said. "We feed off of it. Everybody saw what happened here last time, it’s an amazing atmosphere. We’re going to give everything we have and we know the fans are going to give everything they have. This is one of the benefits of winning all the games during the season you get home field advantage. You get home field advantage for a reason it's not that the grass is any different here, it’s the fans energy that is so positive from probably not even pitch one... it will probably be as soon as they get in the park this place is going to be rocking."
First pitch of Game 6 of the NLCS is set for 7:39 p.m.