JR Radcliffe Milwaukee Journal Sentinel Published 7:01 PM EDT Oct 13, 2018 Brewers first baseman Jesus Aguilar has developed a reputation as one of the more fun-loving members of the team this season, and even in the midst of a tense playoff game, that wasn’t about to change. Aguilar and starting pitcher Wade Miley were both removed from the game as part of a double switch with two outs in the top of the sixth after Miley had worked 5 2/3 shutout innings. The crowd rose to its feet for Miley, and Aguilar playfully tipped his own cap to the crowd as if the acknowledgement were for him. It was a moment of levity that has become standard fare from this Brewers team. Earlier this year, Aguilar’s belt broke while he was playing first base, and his “mean mug” to the dugout camera after home runs has become a bit of a tradition. He was also part of the dugout percussion band earlier in the season. RELATED: Jesus Aguilar’s wardrobe malfunction is one of the season’s funniest moments so far (though it nearly cost him his head) RELATED: Brewers players have found their rhythm – with percussion instruments in the dugout A national audience is becoming more and more familiar with Aguilar and his fun-loving teammates, who now look to punch the franchise’s first ticket to the World Series since 1982.