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The MLB’s Contract Culture Must Change

The MLB’s Contract Culture Must Change

Hindsight is a powerful and dangerous thing. The human ability to envision the “what ifs” in life is something we are all victims of at various points in time. And on a day in which the Milwaukee Brewers’ front office staff are pounding... read more »

 

Post-Braun News, Who is the Face of the Brewers Franchise?

Post-Braun News, Who is the Face of the Brewers Franchise?

To me, it’s still Ryan Braun. Just hear me out here. I think for my generation of Brewers fans, it always will be Ryan Braun. At least, for most of us. I grew up with a family full of baseball lovers and started going to and watching games... read more »

 

Misplaced Priorities, Death, PEDs, and Fictional Characters

Misplaced Priorities, Death, PEDs, and Fictional Characters

This week, Ryan Braun was suspended for the remainder of the 2013 MLB season. This should be no surprise, really. We’ve been hearing and reading about the buildup for weeks. It was just a matter of time. That doesn’t diminish the... read more »

 

Ryan Braun Doesn’t Need Your Forgiveness

Ryan Braun Doesn’t Need Your Forgiveness

Since Brewers LF Ryan Braun accepted a 65 game suspension from Major League Baseball, there has been a parade of commentators – paid and unpaid, in print and via broadcast – who have come forward to tell us exactly what Braun needs to do... read more »

 

Ryan Braun Has Forced Me To Grow Up

Ryan Braun Has Forced Me To Grow Up

I’m not angry, I’m disappointed. As the the dust starts to settle on Major League Baseball’s latest PED related suspension – this time ending the season of Brewers’ Outfielder Ryan Braun – I thought I would share how... read more »

 

The Best of Bob Uecker

The Best of Bob Uecker

Bob Uecker is an icon in Milwaukee. He is the voice of the Brewers, and we are lucky enough to have the chance to listen to him on a daily basis. I put together some of my favorite Uecker quotes, because I figured everyone needed a good laugh... read more »

 

What the Brewers Need to Improve Upon in the Second Half

What the Brewers Need to Improve Upon in the Second Half

Well, to make a long story short, the Brewers need to improve upon pretty much everything.  During the first half of the season, they have been bad in almost every way a team can be bad. They finished with a record of 38-56 at the All Star... read more »

 

5 Individual Records that the Brewers Could Set In 2013

5 Individual Records that the Brewers Could Set In 2013

With the way that the 2013 season has gone for the Milwaukee Brewers so far, you wouldn’t think that there would be very many positives that could be accomplished by the end of the year. However, there are, in fact, a good number of impressive... read more »

 

Brewers Top Defensive Plays of 2013

Brewers Top Defensive Plays of 2013

The Brewers 2013 season has been a lost cause for awhile now, but there have been plenty of bright spots among individual players this season. Carlos Gomez has sparkled in the outfield for the entire season, and Logan Schafer has been impressive... read more »

 

Why it’s Unfair to Blame Doug Melvin for the Brewers 2013 Meltdown

Why it’s Unfair to Blame Doug Melvin for the Brewers 2013 Meltdown

Whenever a baseball team struggles, it’s an automatic reaction by the fans to blame the manager and the GM. While they both might deserve some of the blame this year, I don’t think anybody could have saved the Brewers this season, at least... read more »