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I was also lucky to play for an owner, Bud Selig, who truly cared about his players. He’d call me into his office once in a while when he knew things weren’t going so well. 22 more words

Robin Yount

Smashing eggs

I wonder if it’s possible to run out of words. That is a bit how I am feeling these days, although it could be the _______ (fill in the blank) weather/ state of affairs/ lack of sleep. 467 more words

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Players who played their entire MLB career with the Brewers

Here’s a great trivia question for Brewers fans:

Can you name the five players who played their entire career with the Brewers (minimum of 500 games)? 308 more words

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Enter our #BrewCrewLove Contest on Twitter for Your Chance to Win a Valentine's Day Card

This Valentine’s Day, we’re asking you to share your love for the Crew for your chance to win a Valentine’s Day card signed by a current Brewers player. 244 more words

Brewers On Deck Attendees Announced

Over 50 Milwaukee Brewers players, alumni, coaches, front office executives and broadcasters are scheduled to participate in Brewers On Deck, which is set to take place on Sunday, January 31 from 10 a.m. 815 more words

My brother Larry. He taught me how hard work and dedication to...

My brother Larry. He taught me how hard work and dedication to the game was the only way to make it. He’s taken care of all my business activities for me and my family for many years, and I thank him for that. 7 more words

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Baseball Hall Of Fame and Alan Trammel; Stacking Up Against Yount, Ripken, Ozzie, & Larkin

Now that we’ve taken a look at how Alan Trammell stacks up against other shortstops in the Hall, let’s take a look at how he stacks up against Shortstops in the Hall from his era which include Robin Yount, Cal Ripken Jr., Ozzie Smith, and then specifically against Barry Larkin as he was not in the Hall at the the time this was originally written. 53 more words

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