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Milwaukee Brewers: 250 Words or Less: NLCS Game 6

Milwaukee Brewers: 250 Words or Less: NLCS Game 6

The book has officially closed on the 2011 Milwaukee Brewers. The St. Louis Cardinals won Game 6 of the NL Championship Series 12-6 and will go on to face Texas in the World Series, while the Crew will spend the winter reflecting on their disappointing... read more »

 

Milwaukee Brewers: 250 Words or Less: NLCS Game 5

Milwaukee Brewers: 250 Words or Less: NLCS Game 5

The Milwaukee Brewers fell in disappointing fashion to the St. Louis Cardinals 7-1 and now face a 3-2 deficit in the NL Championship Series. The final two games will both be in Milwaukee. The Brewers got a good night out of Zack Greinke, but... read more »

 

Milwaukee Brewers: 250 Words or Less: NLCS Game 4

Milwaukee Brewers: 250 Words or Less: NLCS Game 4

The Milwaukee Brewers got the bounce back game they’d been hoping for, beating the St. Louis Cardinals 4-2 and evening up the NL Championship Series at 2 games apiece. Randy Wolf had struggled heavily in his last few outings, especially... read more »

 

Milwaukee Brewers: 250 Words or Less: NLCS Game 2

Milwaukee Brewers: 250 Words or Less: NLCS Game 2

The Milwaukee Brewers got thoroughly pounded by the St. Louis Cardinals 12-3 in Game 2 to even up the NL Championship Series at one game apiece. The best of 7 series shifts now to St. Louis for the next three games. To say that Shaun Marcum... read more »

 

Milwaukee Brewers: 250 Words or Less: NLCS Game 1

Milwaukee Brewers: 250 Words or Less: NLCS Game 1

The Milwaukee Brewers kicked off their first ever National League Championship Series by beating the St. Louis Cardinals 9-6 in front of a rocking Miller Park crowd. Zack Greinke was a bit off on his game but still got the win, his 12th at home... read more »

 

Tony. Plush.

Tony. Plush.

Nyjer Morgan may be eccentric. He may be a child at times. He may have been a locker room “cancer” in the past, and he may even have been louder off the field than his talent on the field should allow. But tonight, he’s a hero. As... read more »