“It’s not my first, it’s not going to be my last, it just happened that way.”On the play in question, the bases were loaded with two outs with second-year left fielder Juan Soto up for the Nationals. The 20-year-old hit a line drive to right field which would almost definitely have scored two runs to tie the game at 3. Related News But the Brewers were playing so that nothing would go over their heads in the outfield and because Grisham was so deep, he had a long way to go to get the ball which put him in a bad position.What a moment. #JugamosDuro pic.twitter.com/EaCejnXAjh— MLB (@MLB) October 2, 2019He also made a rookie mistake.”I was getting ready to throw to home, came in off-balance, it took a little funky hop on me because I came in off-balance,” he said. “I didn’t really gather myself and the ball got by me.”Rendon then came around to score on Grisham’s mistake making the lead 4-3. Daniel Hudson came on to earn the save in the ninth inning and the win for the Nationals. Brewers right fielder Trent Grisham doesn’t think the pressure got to him on his error in the eighth inning of the National League wild-card clash that allowed the game-winning run to score.”I don’t think it got to me at all,” Grisham told reporters after the 4-3 loss to the Nationals. “I think I just ended up making an error. MLB playoffs 2019: One reason Nationals, Brewers could win the World Series MLB playoffs 2019: Three takeaways from an improbable Nationals wild-card win Grisham did admit there were some nerves, but he didn’t believe he was affected negatively at all.”At the end of the game, getting down six, five, four outs to go for the win, of course you feel all that pressure and you feel it and it’s kind of exciting,” he said. “You want to live in those moments and you want to live up to those expectations.”Grisham also went 0 for 3 in the game with a walk and a run scored.