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BP C'mon Back Club

As was mentioned in today's Frosty Mug, the BP C'mon Back Club free ticket promotion has returned so seven fill-ups of eight gallons of gas yields you one free ticket to see the Brewers through the...

Fox 6 Milwaukee does story on Brew Crew Ball Fan Post


So the fine folks at Fox 6 Milwaukee evidently read Brew Crew Ball because they contacted me today about my miscarriage Fan Post from last week and did a story on it. The link here is pretty bare bones, but it does link to BCB. I'm trying to find the video because I haven't seen it yet. Again, thanks for the kind response you all gave me.


Redemption: How Braunie, the Prince, Axeman, T-Plush and Brew Crew Ball salvaged my summer from hell

Thanks to Steve for sharing this incredibly sad, but uplifting personal story about this season. - KL A title like that, I suppose, merits prose better than what you're about to read....

Rickie's Back!


Cheeseburgers for all!


Question regarding revenue sharing

I typically don't like ESPN's Mike and Mike in the morning, but today they were discussing revenue sharing with Jayson Stark and claimed that small market teams are starting out with anywhere from...

SI's John Heyman: Prince Fielder doesn't make top 10 for NL MVP Ballot


Just remembered why I don't go to for analysis. "...the 'most valuable'' part of the equation is weighed heavily here, as I don't believe players on also-ran teams should win the award." Read more: Get a free NFL Team Jacket and Tee with SI Subscription NL MVP 1. Albert Pujols, Cardinals: Near-Triple Crown winner had it locked up by June. 2. Troy Tulowitzki, Rockies: Spectacular talent could have won Comeback Player. Playoff failures don't count. 3. Ryan Howard, Phillies: May actually be underrated. 4. Andre Ethier, Dodgers: Six walk-off hits led league. 5. Hanley Ramirez, Marlins: Big-time talent earned wrath of teammate Dan Uggla for not playing through pain. 6. Matt Kemp, Dodgers: Starting to become the superstar that folks predicted he'd be. 7. Chris Carpenter, Cardinals: Nearly untouchable when healthy. 8. Adam Wainwright, Cardinals: League's leading winner starting to get appreciation he deserves. 9. Chase Utley, Phillies: Perfect 23 for 23 in steals to go with everything else. Teammate Jayson Werth also a consideration. 10. Matt Holliday, Cardinals: As soon as he got to St. Louis, the Cards took off.


Most Valuable Brewer: An Excercise in Stupidity

Local ESPN Radio here in Madison (The Heller and Murphy show) had a rousing discussion yesterday on who is the most valuable Brewer. Not a bad topic. You've got Braun. Sheets. An entire sub-topic...


Hart is going to New York

Again, no link yet, but the press conference is on the radio broadcast. Hart was speaking to the media, and the rest of the team just found out and rushed into the press room yelling and screaming....


Suppan to DL

No link yet (add one when you find it), but ESPN Radio Madison is reporting that Suppan is heading to the DL with elbow pain. As crappy as he's been, hopefully this isn't serious. There's still a...


Great American Ballpark

I was wondering if anybody's been to Great American Ballpark. I'm heading to Cincy for work in a couple weeks, and I'm hoping to check out a game or three. Any recommendations? The only ballparks...


Braun Reportedly Agrees to 7-year Extension

UPDATE: Fox Sports has confirmed: ESPN Radio here in Madison just reported that Ryan Braun has agreed to a...


Time to clean house

The ranting and raving of a Brewers fan and lunatic with a limited baseball knowledge: Time to clean house. Get rid of Yost. Get rid of Sveum (Thank goodness that guy isn't a school crossing...


Turnbow DFA'd

I think we all knew this was coming, but Turnbow has been DFA'd. I'm sad because I have always liked Turnbow, but it will be nice to be able to utilize the full 25-man roster.  Hopefully he will...


When do I start worrying?

Usually, I have a rule of thumb to not start worrying about stats until May 1. I'm having a bit of a hard time doing that this year, however, with six of our regular starters batting .231 or worse. ...

A Look Back on the Brilliant Career of Ken Griffey, Jr.


I lurk often and post rarely because I've got a lot more to learn than to contribute. That said, I hope nobody will mind me posting an article on my blog. It's new Brewers, and it's not fresh research or analysis, but I hope you will find it an interesting read. Thanks.


Good Read

Gwynn-Hoffman at-bat article.


Question from a newbie

Greetings!My name is Steve. I've been lurking here since early last season. I love the site, and I finally decided to register. I have a question about the statistical approach to the game.I'd...

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