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Brewers sweep their way into series for the National League title, defeat Rockies, 6-0

DENVER - The skies were gray. Rain was on the way. An eerie silence had fallen upon the grounds. This was the kind of foreboding you get in a bad novel.

But the performance of the home team had been so futile that a fan felt compelled to heckle his Colorado Rockies, with a voice that rang out loud and clear: "You're playing the Brewers, for Christ's sake!"

That was mere minutes after Jesus Aguilar had hit a home run for the Milwaukee Brewers.

And, although they may not be the most glamorous team in the National League,

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