Greatest Brewers Team of All-Time: Round of 16

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(6) 1992 Brewers (92-70) vs. (11) 1980 Brewers (86-76)

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Game 1: 1980 Brewers 9, 1992 Brewers 6- W: Bill Castro (1-0) L: Bob Wegmann (0-1)

Game 2: 1980 Brewers 9, 1992 Brewers 5- W: Lary Sorenson (1-0) L: Chris Bosio (0-1) SV: Bill Castro (1)

1980 Brewers sweep, 2-0. MVP: Bill Castro (Bill Castro!) got out of a jam and won Game 1, then saved Game 2 for the ’80 squad.

(3) 1979 Brewers (95-66) vs. (14) 2007 Brewers (83-79)

Game 1: 1979 Brewers 4, 2007 Brewers 2- W: Jim Slaton (1-0) L: Yovani Gallardo (0-1) SV: Bill Castro (1)

Game 2: 1979 Brewers 14, 2007 Brewers 2- W: Mike Caldwell (1-0) L: Ben Sheets (0-1)

1979 Brewers advance, 2-0. MVP: Ben Oglivie goes 3-8 with 2 homers and 5 RBI.

(7) 1987 Brewers (91-71) vs. (10) 1983 Brewers (87-77)

Game 1: 1987 Brewers 12, 1983 Brewers 10- W: Teddy Higuera (1-0) L: Don Sutton (0-1)

Game 2: 1983 Brewers 5, 1987 Brewers 1- W: Moose Haas (1-0) L: Juan Nieves (0-1)

Game 3: 1983 Brewers 15, 1987 Brewers 13- W: Bob Gibson (1-0) L: Mark Knudson (0-1) SV: Pete Ladd (1)

1983 Brewers advance, 2-1. MVP: Robin Yount refuses to get out, hits four extra base hits in Game 3.

(2) 1982 Brewers (95-67) vs. (15) 2005 Brewers (81-81)

Game 1: 2005 Brewers 8, 1982 Brewers 7- W: Julio Santana (1-0) L: Rollie Fingers (0-1)

Game 2: 1982 Brewers 5, 2005 Brewers 4- W: Dwight Bernard (1-0) L: Doug Davis (0-1) SV: Rollie Fingers (1)

Game 3: 1982 Brewers 3, 2005 Brewers 0- W: Bob McClure (1-0) L: Tomo Ohka (0-1)

1982 Brewers avoid the upset, 2-1. MVP: Bob McClure pitches a one-hit shutout in decisive Game 3 to advance.

Next Monday the quarterfinals results will be revealed, along with more jokes about your age. 

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