Our Sportsman of the Week is for the last week of October. But he's been playing baseball like October. Milwaukee Brewers all-everything outfielder Christian Yelich has put his stamp on this season with an amazing last week to force a one-game playoff with the rival Cubs. A game in which his team won. Yelich led his team to seven straight wins to end the regular season. They needed every last one. He then led them to an improbably win on the road in the one game playoff. The Brewers now have home field advantage throughout the National League Playoffs. Yelich for the last eight games/wins: 11-24, 5 HR, 17 RBI, and was walked an Bonds-like 12 walks. That's a .639 on-base percentage. Yelich won the National League batting title and finished 2 HR and 1 RBI away from the first NL triple crown in 80 years. Pretty good, huh? Not to mention he played 9 games fewer than the HR/RBI leaders due to an injury in April. He's the best player in the National League, and our Longhorndave Sportsman of the Week!