Keon Broxton’s crazy game-ending catch may be season saver for Brewers

The Milwaukee Brewers have been one of MLB’s biggest surprises and best stories this season. But the truth is, despite their surprising success and feel-good story, their margin for error is still very slim as we near the September stretch run.

If the Brewers hope to hang around in the tight NL Central and wild card races, they can’t afford any slip ups or gut-wrenching losses. That’s why the game-ending home run-robbing catch center fielder Keon Broxton made in Wednesday’s 6-5 win against the Cardinals may not go down as just a game saver. When all is said and done, it could be viewed as the catch that saved Milwaukee’s season.

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With Milwaukee holding a slim one-run lead in the ninth inning, closer Corey Knebel served one up to Randal Grichuk that everyone knew was trouble off the bat. The only question was whether or not it would leave the ballpark. The best-case scenario for Milwaukee seemed to be a double or triple that tied the game. But as the ball kept carrying and carrying, the worst-case scenario became more likely.

That’s when Broxton

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