Brewers fans already looking ahead to next season

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WAUSAU, Wis. (WAOW) — A heartbreaking loss for Brewers fans last night after the team lost to the Los Angeles Dodgers in game seven of the NLCS.

Fans described it as a magical season.

Scott Olson, of Merrill, said he’s been a part of the brew crew since he was born.  He remembers the similar close call in the NLCS in 2011.

While Olson wasn’t pleased with last night’s outcome, he’s anxious for next season.

“I was a little bummed out but at the same time next year is the year where we have a lot of people coming back and a lot of money to spend, hopefully, and probably get some free agents to join the team and hopefully take us to that next step into the World Series,” Olson said.

Spring training starts next February.

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