So the Brewers announced specifics on their 2014 promo items for all-fan giveaways the other day, and I’m mostly impressed. After sporting 10 all-fan bobbles in 2013, it was hard to imagine topping that many dolls in future years. I’m happy to see they’ve decided to give something else away and reduce down to eight all-fan bobbles; 14 bobbleheads would’ve been overkill...
Get outta here ya bum!
You wouldn’t think a fan base like the Seattle Mariners – who is constantly accused of being too nice to their club — would have many villains.
Ok, yes, maybe the current ownership/executive group is pretty well despised but I’m talking about players.
While there haven’t been many there have been some players that have drawn the ire from the Emerald...
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When a road series against the Seattle Mariners turned up on the Brewers schedule this year, I had an idea it was a bit of a novelty. It sure didn’t seem like the Brewers had played in Seattle in recent memory, but I had no idea how long it had been.
After doing a little research, I now have a pretty good idea – it turns out the Brewers...
Each Thursday preceding Brewers weekend home stands, Tyler Maas will help prepare fans for all elements of the upcoming series with the Homestander. Tyler prints Wisconsin-themed shirts at Forward Fabrics and contributes to such fine publications as Milwaukee Magazine and The A.V. Club Milwaukee. All views, naughty words and weirdo sentiments are his own. Follow him at @TylerJamesMaas...
Well, the 2013 baseball Hall of Fame votes are in, and on January 9th we will know who will be inducted into the Hall of Fame this upcoming July. Now this is certainly a big year for controversy on the ballot as the big names in the PED era are front and foremost. Bonds, Clemens, Sosa and Palmiero, to be precise and name a few. And of course Dale Murphy and Jack Morris are always...
With the Hall Of Fame election announcement coming on January 9, 2013, it is time to review the ballot, go over the names, and decide who belongs in the Hall Of Fame.
There are twenty four men on the ballot for the first time this year and we will take a look at each one individually prior to official announcements. You can find all of the profiles in the I-70 Baseball Exclusives...
Jeff Cirillo, 2000, Colorado Rockies: .326/.392/.477, 100 OPS+
Jose Cardenal, 1968, Cleveland Indians: .257/.305/.353, 100 OPS+
Happy birthday to former Giants outfielder Andres Torres (34) and utility infielder
2013 (November 26, 2012)—elect 3*
WS W3 Rookie Name-Pos
705 186.2 1986 Barry Bonds-LF
437 146.4 1984 Roger Clemens-P
428 73.8 1989 Craig Biggio-2B
325 68.7 1993 Mike Piazza-C
322 61.0 1989 Sammy Sosa-RF
252 75.4 1990 Curt Schilling-P
288 51.7 1992 Kenny Lofton-CF
297 41.3 1989 Steve Finley-CF
280 45.0 1983 Julio Franco-SS/2B
210 55.2 1988 David Wells-P
237 41.8 1995 Shawn Green...