Here are the four playoff scenarios still exist for the Brewers, courtesy of Tom Haudricourt of JSOnline.com. The firs two scenarios would result in the Brewers playoff bus trip happening on Saturday, while the next two would push the bus trip back to Tuesday.
BRAVES AT BREWERS
If Atlanta wins the wild card and the Brewers hold on to the No. 2 seed, the Braves would come to Milwaukee to open the NLDS. Atlanta and St. Louis are tied with one game to play and if they remain tied, there would be a one-game playoff Thursday in St. Louis. Atlanta cannot play top-seeded Philadelphia in the first round because they are in the same division.
DIAMONDBACKS AT BREWERS
If St. Louis wins the wild card, the Cardinals will open the NLDS in Philadelphia. Then, if the Brewers hang on to the wild card, Arizona will come to Milwaukee to open the NLDS.
BREWERS AT PHILLIES
If Atlanta wins the wild card and Arizona ties Milwaukee for the No. 2 seed and claims it with the tie-breaker (4-3 record in season series), the Brewers would go to Philadelphia and the Braves would go to Arizona. Again, Atlanta and Philly can't play in the first round because they are in the same division.
BREWERS AT DIAMONDBACKS
If St. Louis wins the wild card, the Cardinals would travel to Philadelphia to open the NLDS. And if Arizona wins Wednesday and the Brewers lose, those teams would begin the NLDS in Arizona because the D-Backs have that tie-breaker.