Brewers Nyjer Morgan Drops F-Bomb TWICE Celebrating 2011 NLDS Win (Video)

Hey, Milwaukee Brewers Centerfielder Nyjer Morgan, you just drove in the decisive run in the extra innings of a NLDS elimination game. What are you going to do next?

Say the naughtiest of all words twice on live cable television.

Fresh off their 3-2 10th inning win over the Arizona Diamonbacks, Morgan celebrated by saying the phrase that pays (hint: it’s in the theme song to Team America: World Police, “America ___ ____) to TBS’ Sam Ryan.

“He’s enjoying the moment guys.” Was Ryan’s response. Watch it after the jump

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Milwaukee Brewers Reach First NLCS Since 1982! Defeat Arizona in Extra Innings

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The last time the Milwaukee Brewers reached the National League Championship Series was 1982. They sported the logo you see above. It was the glory days of Robin Yount, Paul Molitor, Jim Gantner, back when the Brew Crew was in the American League. Unfortunately, they lost to their current division rival, the St. Louis Cardinals in the World Series, as Catcher Darrell Porter became a hated enemy of epic proportions for all baseball fans in beer town.

But tonight they outlasted Arizona, as Nyjer Morgan drove in Carlos Gomez with the game winning run in the bottom of the tenth.

In NLDS game 5, Brewers ace Yovani Gallardo, who owned game one with a masterful winning performance out-dueled his Arizona Diamondbacks counterpart Ian Kennedy in this one. Kennedy, who was a ridiculous 21-4, 2.88 ERA on the season, threw 6 innings and gave up 2 runs, they were earned, 5 K, 2BB.

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Yovani Gallardo’s Brilliant Performance Leads Brewers to 4-1 Win in Game 1

The fans at Miller Park were electric and provided the home-field advantage everyone thought they would, but it was a near-perfect performance from Milwaukee Brewers starting pitcher Yovani Gallardo who helped the Brew Crew grab a 4-1 win over the Arizona Diamondbacks in game one of the NLDS.

Gallardo pitched eight innings and struck out nine while giving up only four hits and the one run. On the offensive side, it was Ryan Braun and Prince Fielder (who else would it be?) who combined for five of the Brewers’ eight hits on the day.

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