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Chicks Dig the Long Ball

… so do Brewer fans!

The Milwaukee Brewer offense has sure picked up the pace since the first month of the season. In April the offense seemed extremely lackluster, and weak unable to produce runs let alone hit the “long ball.” Well, all of that has changed, during the first 20 games of the season the Brewers managed a measly 9 round trippers which tied them with the Twins for least in baseball. 201 more words

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The 1973 MLB Draft Class

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The NFL Draft was about a week ago, so in honor of that I’m going to talk about one of the best MLB draft classes of all time: the 1973 MLB draft class.  457 more words

Three Potential Candidates to Replace Ron Roenicke

MILWAUKEE–

If you were watching ESPN’s Sunday Night Baseball game between the New York Yankees and Boston Red Sox, you heard the news first. The Brewers have fired manager Ron Roenicke after 25 games this season in which the club started 7-18. 360 more words

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MLB Annouces "Franchise Four" Campaign for 2015 All-Star Game

Major League Baseball today announced the launch of the “Franchise Four” campaign, which will allow fans to vote for the most impactful players who best represent each Major League franchise and several other significant categories in the sport’s history.  307 more words

Why Alan Trammell Belongs in the Baseball Hall of Fame

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Yesterday was my birthday, so you know what that means: an Alan Trammell post! For those of you who don’t know it, Trammell and I share a birthday (February 21st) and he’s the only person in baseball who I share a birthday with who should be in the Hall of Fame. 544 more words

The Unique Mr. Cub

With the passing of Ernie Banks this past week, I found myself reviewing his career and thinking about the oddness of its trajectory. Branch Rickey would have traded him. 762 more words

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