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Big League Stew is currently running a series called "The 1o Best Things About Being A (baseball team) Fan" covering all 30 teams in the MLB. (Well, 29 teams. A Nationals fan who can think of more than one thing is yet to be located.) For some reason they didn't think to ask the best Brewers blog in the world to contribute and instead went with the defunct Chuckie Hacks to do the Brewers post. They did a good job with it (read it) and I can't disagree with it too much. I personally would've put Ryan Braun on the list (because, seriously, screw the haters) instead of Ned Yost not being the manager anymore, but I guess that's what you get when you ask bloggers from three years ago to write. Anyways, it was a decent read and I'm not jealous I wasn't asked to contribute because I'd much rather write this post: The 10 Worst Things About Being A Brewers Fan.
I don't think I need to explain that I love the Brewers very, very much. I think that is a...
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
After winning a franchise-record 96 games a year ago, all eyes are watching to see if Milwaukee Brewers can repeat as National League Central champions.
But after losing Prince Fielder, who anchored the lineup for the last six-plus seasons, is that a realistic goal?
Second baseman Rickie Weeks sure thinks so.
"You know, a lot of times people look at Prince not being here...
It was a busy offseason for Brewers right fielder Corey Hart who, as he's done in years past, spent most of the winter months working out.He may have done a little too much.Hart bulked up to about 255 pounds, about 20 pounds heavier than he was at the start of last season, so in the weeks before spring training, the 29-year-old took to the trails around his new Arizona home....
Phoenix - Place an obstacle in front of Ryan Braun, and he usually surmounts it, often with ease.
That well-documented fortitude will be challenged in a different and daunting way this season in light of the drug-test controversy that haunted the Milwaukee Brewers' star leftfielder throughout the off-season. The outcome was better than many expected when Braun avoided a 50-game...
Milwaukee rookie Taylor Jungmann made a nice start in an intrasquad game Saturday, striking out Brewers stars Ryan Braun and Rickie Weeks.
Jungmann, a first-round draft pick last June, pitched two perfect innings. The 22-year-old right-hander also struck out Mat Gamel, retired Nyjer Morgan and Corey Hart on grounders and got Aramis Ramirez on a fly ball.
Braun received shouts of...
Career Minor League Baseball player and free agent, Justin Dowdy, has been handed down a 50 game suspension from Major League Baseball by refusing to participate in a drug test.
The suspension will take place as soon as Dowdy signs with a team. He has been in the minors for the last decade, as a member of 8 different organizations, most recently with the San Francisco Giants...
By JOHN PESETSKI
Special to FOXSportsWisconsin.com
PHOENIX Tough. It doesn't take long for a member of the Milwaukee Brewers organization to say that word when describing second baseman Rickie Weeks. Whether its players, coaches, manager Ron Roenicke or front office personnel, tough is almost always the way Weeks is first described.
Weeks' toughness and the impact his...
We get a lot of requests to post other people's content on our page. (I guess this is one of the downsides of being the best Brewers blog in the world.) We usually just delete them because we try to be original. However, sometimes people do good work and we want to recognize it. Or the video stars John Axford and since we are now best friends we feel obliged to link it. You know...
By John Pesetski
Special to FOXSportsWisconsin.com PHOENIX You don't replace a player like Prince Fielder. You adjust to his departure. You add a few pieces, you move around others and you ask for a little bit more out of everybody else.Aramis Ramirez, the Milwaukee Brewers' new third baseman, agrees. He will fill Fielder's cleanup spot in the lineup if not Fielder...
Brewers right-hander Shaun Marcum will back off his throwing program after developing some tenderness in his shoulder for the second straight spring, manager Ron Roenicke said Thursday.
If any Brewer was going to speak out in support of Major League Baseball's proposal to expand playoff system, it was going to be Carlos Gomez.