Daybreak Doppler: Love Me Some Attanasio
This week’s Daybreak Doppler Dames theme is women that Derek Jeter has dated.
A night after the Brewers blanked the Mets, the Astros brought the Brewers back down to Earth last night winning 8-3.
Brew Crew Ball has Ron Roenicke’s Postgame Comments.
Miller Park Drunk comes strong here, FJM: Milwaukee Brewers, Fire Sale Time?
Balls, Brats & Beer on a familiar theme for Brewers fans: Once again, don’t hit the panic button.
Zach at CHTV thinks that Backup Quarterback Remains a Worry for Green Bay.
ACME Packing Company has the 5 Players Who’ll Pose the Biggest Threat to the Green Bay Packers in the NFC North.
This may not be a bad idea, Nationals Capping Stephen Strasburg’s Pitches at 70 MPH to Save His Arm.
This is ridiculous, he’s not dead, Good grief: Saints to leave empty chair in meetings, on flights to honor Sean Payton.
Sounds like a keeper ladies, 24-Year-Old Finance Guy Asks Girls from OKCupid to Complete Creepy Survey After Dates.
I’ve experienced a few of these Expectation vs Reality situations.
Of course this story is from Wisconsin, Real-life Homer Simpson protests all-you-can-eat restaurant for cutting him off.
Because movies always have all the answers to life in general, here are 10 key things the movies teach us about playing poker.
Mark Is The Man – In this article by Jon Heyman about the chances of Grienke being signed by the Brewers in his Free Agency period, Brewers owner Mark Attanasio has a great quote: I am a creature of the market, so I am attuned to the market. Attanasio knows how things work & he doesn’t sugar coat it. He’s realistic about what mostly likely will happen once Grienke hits the market next year & he admits it. Sure, Attanasio does the dance, the same one that Grienke is doing saying how much he loves Milwaukee, about wanting to re-sign Zack but he won’t do it to the detriment of the team. You hear a lot about the ‘winning culture’ from Attanasio & it’s true he’s done a ton to create that, something we’re all happy about. What I appreciate just as much is that Attanasio is willing to make hard decisions should they need to be made, to insure the Brewers stay competitive as a small market team, not break the bank in the process & ultimately not but the team’s future in jeopardy doing so.
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