Not counting "breast mode" the Brewers have not drawn a ton of attention to themselves this year. All of the sudden, in the NLCS, they have done three particular things that have proven that their focus is not on team baseball and not on winning.
First of all, Nyjer Morgan's antics have been self-centered and have not unified his team. While most of his teammates have given him a vote of confidence, some have admitted that his over the top breast mode impression and running around the field after a double could be done without.
And how about game two. Starting pitcher Shawn Marcum and catcher Jonathan Lucroy could not agree on signs and the sequence of pitches. And after Marcum gives up a home run, he promptly throws his glove in the air; without a doubt showing up his catcher for not calling the pitch he wanted to throw. Hopefully this problem is solved Marcum not pitching again in this postseason, let alone this series. Not team baseball.
And of course there was game five starter Zach Grienke who watched a run score from near the pitchers mound (Isn't he supposed to be backing up either third or home?)after Jerry Hairston's fielding error. Then he proceeds to spike the ball against the ground, without a doubt showing up his third baseman.
The World Series locker room celebration brings together what is the best team for each season. Even the 1977-78 Yankees and the 1980 Phillies who may have not liked each other still shared the common goal of winning. I question whether ot not the Brewers share the common goal of winning at this point.