Brewers-Dodgers: Live-Blogging The Greg Brock Appreciation Picnic

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Greg Brock was among the greatest baseball players who ever lived. This afternoon, we honor his accomplishments by live blogging a game between his former teams, the Milwaukee Brewers and Los Angeles Dodgers.

Good news, everyone! It's time for the Greg Brock Appreciation Picnic! In celebration, I will live blog this afternoon's game between Mr. Brock's two former teams, the Milwaukee Brewers and the Los Angeles Dodgers.

I encourage you to join me. Please take part in the festivities by leaving a comment. If it's a neat comment, and if I'm not too busy talking about couches, I just might post it! (Hint: if your comment is especially vulgar, it won't be posted.)

Since I have already live-blogged a Dodgers game this year, we will instead focus today's questions on the Brewers. Who is the most 1980s Brewers player? Who is the most 1990s Brewers player? Who is the most 2000s Brewers player? These are questions I hope we will answer this afternoon.

THE MILWAUKEED BREWERS VERSES THE LOS ANGELESED DODGERS
Miller Park, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the 2:10th minute of our Lord
Brewers' starter: Marco Estrada (4.46 ERA)
Dodgers' starter: Clayton Kershaw (2.72 ERA)

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