The NLCS between the Brewers and Dodgers just got a lot spicier.

I don’t think Christian Yelich has ever said anything interesting, but boy did he have a lot to say after Game 4 of the NLCS.

The Dodgers ended up winning 2-1, as Cody Bellinger delivered the game-winning RBI-single in the 13th inning, scoring Manny Machado from second base with two outs.

Yelich had a solid effort on that throw, but Machado slid in safely to tie the series at two apiece.

Anyway, after the game Yelich called Machado a dirty player, but he wasn’t the only Brewer upset at Machado.

Here’s the play at first base that led to the benches clearing in Game 4 in LA.

However, Machado and Jesus Aguilar seem to be on good terms, as the Dodgers shortstop apologized after the game.

And that included Yelich, who was extremely pissed off at Machado.

And what more did Yelich say about Machado?

Here’s more from Yelich.

Here are the full comments by Yelich.

Machado was asked what he thought about being called a dirty player and he shrugged it off.

As for his explanation on what happened on the play at first, it was, ugh, questionable to say the least.

Oh and Brewers manager Craig Counsell got a shot in at Machado too.

I don’t think we’ll see any fireworks like the good old throwing at guys to prove some point thing during this series, but it’s safe to say that Machado and the Brewers have a feud going and boy would it be interesting if he ended up with the Cubs next season.

I guess, Manny’s just trying to be this year’s Chase Utley for the Dodgers.