Daybreak Doppler: A Series Sweep & Training Camp Coming
This weeks Daybreak Doppler Dames theme is women born in 1970.
The Brewers notched a sweep this weekend in a couple of exciting games, especially Saturday with Ryan Braun’s walk-off single. Baseball Brew has the weekend series recap.
Jack over at Disciples of Uecker has some Optimism With Carlos Gomez.
The Brewers Bar in praise of Rickie Weeks.
Brian at CHTV on what is working up to be perhaps the most hyped Packer game this season.
I sincerely hope Mike here isn’t jinxing anything when he looks at backup plans at QB for the Packers should the unthinkable happen.
Ol’ Bag of Donuts sums up what we’re all be thinking about this week: By the end of the week, the 2010 season will be underway – holy crap!
The Packers Lounge is heading to Training Camp and needs your help to fill out his list of things to do.
Coutside Analyst goes into detail predicting wins for the Bucks next season.
Bart over at The Bucky Channel asks ‘Am I the Only One Who Like the MLS?’ Sorry Bart but yes, you are.
Last week we linked to the story & photo of the whale that breached onto the sailboard, today here’s the video.
Sure, you know about Big Foot and the Loch Ness Monster but what about the Maryland Goatman or Wisconsin’s own Beast of Bray Road?
Not sure how to even set this up besides saying Holy Crap: Pilot Bails Out of Crashing Aircraft During Bee Gees’s ‘Stayin’ Alive’
There’s really not much more to this link than the fact it has pictures of Maria Menounos playing football in a tied up shirt, still worth it though.
False Hope - OK, so it was great to see the Brewers get a sweep and in dramatic fashion as well. It was even better to hear Bob Uecker back behind the mic and calling these games. What concerns me now though is with the Reds coming to town and lets say the Brewers get 2 out of 3 in the series, is there going to be the false hope that there’s still a chance to salvage this season? I sure hope not because let’s be honest, there’s just no way the Brewers can compete right now with the pitching they have. Of course, the reverse could be true too and this series could end the season as well, hopefully lighting a fire under Doug Melvin to aggressively move at least Fielder.
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