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Wisconsin is waiting 'till next year

Thank you Republicans for Major League Baseball in October

Well, hell and damn. Haven’t the Dodgers had more than their fair share of glory? Couldn’t the Gods of baseball have turned that double play in the sixth inning, right before Yasiel Puig hit the playoff series’ only three-run home run? 811 more words

'Dream of a lifetime:' Brewers playoff run makes Milwaukee proud

MILWAUKEE — It didn’t end the way we wanted but you can’t deny it was an unbelievable and unexpected ride for Milwaukee Brewers. All eyes are now on what the 2019 season could bring. 308 more words


Then There Were Two

Now at last, the final act. The longest season wound its way through 2,429 games, one less than planned after an ultimately meaningless rainout between the Pirates and Marlins was not rescheduled. 1,067 more words


'We'll be back:' Brewers Christian Yelich reacts to playoff run

MILWAUKEE — Milwaukee Brewers star Christian Yelich has spoken following the team’s loss to the Los Angeles Dodgers.

Yelich took to Instagram on Sunday, Oct. 21 and shared the following message: “It didn’t end how we all would have liked but there’s still a lot to be proud of this year from this group. 70 more words


Thank you, Milwaukee

Post-season baseball is an enigma of excitement, heartbreak, stress, glory, and nerves all rolled into one emotional ball.  Game seven of the NLCS was not any different for the Milwaukee Brewers and Los Angeles Dodgers. 623 more words

Los Angeles Dodgers Win National League Champion Series, Advance to World Series (Giuseppe)

After a back and forth National League Championship that took seven games to be decided, the Los Angeles Dodgers will be advancing to the World Series against the Boston Red Sox while the Milwaukee Brewers fall short of winning their first pennant since 1982 and their first World Series title. 579 more words


Fans feeling optimistic about next year after Brewers' memorable season

MILWAUKEE — As the Brewers game ended Saturday night, Oct. 20, with a loss against the Los Angeles Dodgers, fans were slower to leave Miller Park — many wishing their season wasn’t over. 376 more words