Brewers win on walk off suicide squeeze

The Milwaukee Brewers beat the Chicago Cubs on Tuesday night in incredibly bizarre fashion – on a walk off suicide squeeze.

With one out, a 1-1 count, and the bases loaded, Brewers outfielder Logan Schafer laid a perfect bunt down to the left of pitcher Justin Grimm. Jeff Bianchi easily scored the winning run.

Just for kicks, Grimm threw to first to retire Schafer, who was still jogging down the line, as the Brewers players began to spill out of the dugout. A player being ruled out after the winning run scores isn't exactly an every day occurrence, but we've seen plenty of bizarre things this year, so what's another one to add to the list?

Joe Lucia

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