It was not a direct prediction of a sweep, but it was a statement from a Los Angeles Dodgers superstar that his team plans on beating the Milwaukee Brewers in the NLCS.
After the Los Angeles Dodgers defeated the Atlanta Braves three games to one in the National League Division Series, Yasiel Puig shared this message while getting showered with various alcoholic beverages.
"We said we're coming for Atlanta. Now we beat Atlanta. Now, we're going for Milwaukee. Milwaukee is chilling at home, waiting for us," said Puig.
"Three now, more to go. Four with Milwaukee. We are going to beat Milwaukee, too...four games, and the World Series again, but this time we're going to win it."
Milwaukee has home field advantage in the 2018 best-of-seven NLCS, as they earned the best record in the National League. The series will start Friday at Miller Park.
"We'll do this thing two more time. Two more times."
Only one of these two teams will get to do it at least one time, and the Brewers are planning on ending Puig's pathway to postseason partying.