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Nathan is a lawyer in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. He became a casual Brewers fan while attending college at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, when he spent an obscene number of potentially productive days sitting around listening to Bob Uecker on the radio. After moving to Milwaukee in 2006, his affinity for all things Brewers reached new heights. Since earning his law degree from Marquette University Law School, you can usually find him either watching the Brewers or, since founding Cream City Cables in 2011, writing about the team.

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BCB Fantasy Baseball: Hank Aaron

Thank you wonderful folks for signing up for my league. I promise I will try to minimize the possibility of a train wreck as much as possible. You should have received the league invitation,...

Uncle Ron goes challenge crazy in 7-6 win

Roenicke gets three challenges in comeback win

How will Ron Roenicke use replay?

We're pondering what Ron Roenicke will do with his new-found responsibility under MLB's expanded replay system

Hall of Boredom

Why the Hall of Fame debate has grown stale

Gomez named Gold Glove finalist

Gomez named Gold Glove finalist

Lohse claimed; pulled back

Lohse claimed off waivers by unknown team; pulled back by Brewers

McGwire, Yount, and Braun: Reforming Drug Policy

Beyond Braun: The Shortcomings of MLB's Drug Policy

Brewers' Remaining Strength of Schedule

Things Don't Get Easier For the Brewers

Passan Slams Braun Again

Passan offers glimpse into another world

Reds 6, Brewers 2: Hellweg blows up, demoted

Reds top Brewers; Hellweg demoted (really far)

Braun presents special problem for MLB

Braun a problem for MLB

Twins 8, Brewers 6

Twins 8, Brewers 6

Campaigning for Yuni

Kicking off the campaign for Yuni

Reforming MLB's Alcohol Abuse Policy

Gallardo OWI case shows why MLB needs to rethink its alcohol abuse policy

Brewers Option Fiers

Fiers Optioned; Burgos Expected

Jeff Passan, Part II: Ryan Braun

Jeff Passan, Part II: Ryan Braun, the 2011 appeal, and Biogenesis

The Jeff Passan Interview: Part I

Nathan Petrashek talks Kyle Lohse, instant replay, and the character clause in part I of his interview with Jeff Passan

Brewers release Crosby

Brewers release 33-year-old Crosby

Brewers 4, Indians 3

Brewers top Indians, 4-3

Brewers 3, Dodgers 2

Game recap: Brewers top Dodgers, 3-2

Game Preview/Thread #-23: Dbacks vs Brewers

An important start for Mark Rogers as the Arizona Diamondbacks visit Maryvale

What is "The 'Braun' Advantage?"

"The 'Braun' Advantage:" Why one phrase shouldn't destroy Milwaukee's left fielder

Brewer add RHP Jakubauskas

Minor league deal came without camp invite

Mark Attanasio tightens his belt

Is the owner's newfound fiscal sanity right for the Milwaukee Brewers ... or baseball?

The Saturday Mug: NL MVP Edition

Reaction to Thursday's NL MVP vote from around baseball

Thank Your Lucky Stars

Why Jeffrey Loria makes us forgive Mark Attanasio for his missteps

MVBrewers Honorable Mention: Francisco Rodriguez

K-Rod's up-and-down season may not have impressed the baseball world, but his strong August and September earn him the final MVBrewers Honorable Mention.

MVBrewers Honorable Mentions: Jose Veras

Jose Veras wasn't all the Brewers needed him to be, but filled some valuable innings out of the pen.

MVBrewers #3: Yovani Gallardo

Yovani Gallardo's 2nd consecutive 200-inning, 200-strikeout season launches him to 3rd place in MVBrewers voting

Nats Rout Brewers 10-4: Wily Peralta Returns to His Wild Ways

Nationals beat the Brewers, 10-4.

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