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Brewers Flashback: Russell "The Muscle" Branyan There's a snippet of that home run in this tribute video on Youtube by Joel Powers, which starts at 1:04. Russell Branyan had some beautiful, towering home runs in his day, and they are fun to watch. Branyan played in 51 games for the Brewers in 2004, with 158 at-bats.
Sweet 16, Region 4: Least Liked Brewers of the Last Decade Bracket Some could argue 3 of the 4 remaining guys could potentially win the title in the "Least Liked Brewers of the Last Decade" bracket. Like the Gagne Region, the 4 top seeds are all still alive, though some voting shenanigans nearly claimed Matt Garza, the top seed in the Suppan Region.
Obituary: Ed Farmer RIP to Ed Farmer, who had a long career as a MLB career and an even longer career as a radio broadcaster for the White Sox. He died on Wednesday night, April 1, from complications of a previous illness. He was 70 years old.
Molson Coors donates coronavirus-fighting hand sanitizer to Milwaukee police Days after the Molson Coors Beverage Company announced it was joining the fight against COVID-19, the brewer has donated gallons of hand sanitizer to the Milwaukee Police Department in Wisconsin. "Thank you to the @MolsonCoors Beverage Company for donating 25 gallons of hand sanitizer for our members!
Bud Selig on the Milwaukee Brewers turning 50 years old In early 1970, the odds were dramatically against the Milwaukee Brewers ever existing as an MLB franchise, and Bud Selig's dream becoming reality. "We were down to the end. There was no doubt in my mind that if this work, we're done. There was no more expansion.
Sweet 16, Region 3: Least Liked Brewers of the Last Decade Bracket As we hit the Sweet 16 in the Jeffrey Hammonds Region, some surprises have emerged in the "Least Liked Brewers of the Last Decade" bracket. Where many expected a big upset, it didn't happen - and instead - it was another top seed falling. Number 1 seed Jonathan Villar fell to 9th-seeded Juan Francisco 51%-49%, ending up 16 votes shy of victory.
Brewers celebrate 50 years in Milwaukee MILWAUKEE - The Milwaukee Brewers are celebrating a birthday. They officially turned 50 years old on Wednesday. "I think Bud Selig would say those first years were painful because they had some losing seasons and it was very difficult," said Adam mcCalvy, Brewers beat writer for MLB.
OOTP21 Season Sim: Milwaukee Brewers get off to good start in first week Thanks to Out of the Park Baseball 21 - the latest installment of the best baseball sim out there - we'll be bringing you the "results" of the last week of Brewers games every Thursday. Here's how the first week of the 2020 season played out.
Milwaukee Brewers: Positional Preview for 2020 Season With the 2020 MLB season on hold, let's take a look at the Milwaukee Brewers and how they stack up at each position when play resumes. The MLB season is on…
Brewers: 5 Top Prospects Who Didn’t Live Up To The Hype The Brewers have had numerous hyped prospects in their system through the years, but many have not worked out. Who are the biggest failed Brewers prospects?
Sweet 16, Region 2: Least Liked Brewers of the Last Decade Bracket Over to the Gagne Region where you find all top-4 seeds alive in the Sweet 16 in the "Least Liked Brewers of the Last Decade" tournament. In fact, only 1 lower seed has one a contest in this region out of the 12 games thus far.
Brew Crew Ball Community Top Prospects #21-30 We're looking at the final 10 players on the Brew Crew Ball Community Top 30 Prospects list. I have to say, y'all did a pretty good job. There's some new names and still a lot of excitement in the back half of this list. Let's take a look at the future stars of Milwaukee, if baseball ever starts back up.
The 50 most recent Milwaukee Brewers cards on Baseball Card Vandals, ranked It's a game that has inspired so much enthusiasm in America that 19th century manufacturers of health food items like taffy and cigarettes began including stiff photographs of famous baseball teams and players with their products.
Seattle to Milwaukee Fifty years ago today, the Seattle Pilots became the Milwaukee Brewers. Plagued by poor performance, an inadequate stadium, and financial and legal difficulties, many assumed the Pilots would be sold and possibly leave Seattle after the 1969 season.
Chris Larson 2020 MLB Free Agents Pitching Staff The free agents pitching market this past offseason was one of intrigue. Here is a look at my free agent pitching staff for the 2020 season.
Sweet 16, Region 1: Least Liked Brewers of the Last Decade Bracket As we hit the Sweet 16 of the "Least Liked Brewers of the Last Decade" bracket, you start to get a clearer picture of who is in contention. It also means you might have some tougher decisions to make; although, some fans have had their minds made up from the get-go.
MLB announces plan to continue paying minor league players through May 31st A plan pertaining to the pay of big leaguers was announced last week, which allowed the discussions to turn towards taking care of more the vulnerable minor league players. This morning, MLB announced their intention of continuing to pay minor leaguers through May 31st.
Milwaukee's Tailgate Podcast: No Deuces in the Bucket With the MLB and MLBPA striking a deal on how to handle a bunch of logistical issues that come with a delayed and/or shortened season, the Milwaukee's Tailgate crew talks about what that deal means for the rest of the season - and the ripple effects changes on the draft might have on minor league baseball for years to come.
Redoing the Dark Ages: 1993 Milwaukee Brewers In the absense of real baseball during thee COVID-19, we are using OOTP Baseball 21 to redo the dark ages of the Milwaukee Brewers, when the team failed to post a winning season for 14 years from 1993-2006. Here is how we've gotten to this point so far:.
Coronavirus' Milwaukee situations grow, leading to poll employee scarcity Problems over homeless persons in metro Milwaukee at hazard of getting contaminated with coronavirus is prompting officials to open a particular facility.
Round 2, Region 4: Least Liked Brewers of the Last Decade The first round in the Jeff Suppan Region gave us a mix of easy wins, close finishes, and a couple of upsets in the "Least Liked Brewers of the Last Decade" bracket. For most, it still seems like top-seeded Matt Garza is a heavy favorite to make it out of the region, but there may be a surprise or two yet.
Milwaukee Brewers: The all-time bracket The Milwaukee Brewers present some strong offensive clubs, but only one pennant winner. Which one can survive a bracket challenge of the all-time best?
Coalition of Milwaukee philanthropies partner to coordinate local resources in response to COVID-19 To help alleviate the profound impact the coronavirus outbreak is having on Milwaukee and beyond, a group of philanthropic partners announced their coordinated approach on March 20 to identifying greatest needs and quickly activating funding support and volunteer resources for maximum community impact.
You Can Support These Milwaukee Craft Breweries State law prevents our many local breweries from being able to deliver their brews directly to your door or through a food delivery service like DoorDash or UberEats during our current statewide "Safer At Home" order.
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