godbless

Is “God Bless America” in the 7th Inning Permanent?

With the Washington Nationals in town, my thoughts turn to our nation’s capital and its most famous exports – burdensome attempts at social engineering, paternalistic rules that are unequally enforced, excessive regulations that benefit powerful interests, shortsighted laws with destructive unintended consequences, and never-ending reminders that the road to hell is paved with good intentions.  […]

image

How Do Brewers Stack up Against NL Division Leaders?

“If the season ended today” certainly ranks among the least useful expressions in sports. With many months of plot twists remaining in baseball’s marathon season, a glance at the standings in June offers little meaningful information. Yet with Milwaukee playing Washington in a high-profile meeting of division leaders, fans cannot help but drool over a […]

thebrewersbar:kendall thumbnail

Caution: A Limited Edition Jason Kendall Multi-Occasion Greeting Card…

Because the world needs scary drawings of Jason Kendall with decorative backgrounds a bit more often than anyone has found it necessary to admit…     You could even have and use this card, using your right click-y magic and/or tools of the mind, if you were longing for this limited edition Jason Kendall Multi-occasion […]

http://bloximages.chicago2.vip.townnews.com/host.madison.com/content/tncms/assets/v3/editorial/3/f3/3f324892-9987-11e1-8cb7-001a4bcf887a/4fa9e4b3cbaaa.preview-300.jpg

Revisiting the Aoki-Smith Swap with Josh Duggan

After nearly three months of the 2014 season, the December 2013 Nori Aoki-Will Smith trade between the Milwaukee Brewers and Kansas City Royals looks like a brilliant move for Brewers GM Doug Melvin.  Smith has been a crucial part of the Brewers bullpen, but the lineup has shown a lingering vacancy in terms of a […]

Tabasco!

Postgame Press Conference Features RR and the Tabasco Overloardz!

Noticed this the whole time Roenicke was talking, pretty much. It just seems to fit. The anger—it was real. No doubt, it was real. Our hometown and/or favorite team’s right fielder took a seemingly innocent* hit on the rear, but, think if that were just up a bit higher, and it would have been the […]

Usatoday.com

Measuring the Brewers’ Outfield Unit

Baseball is less of a unit-based sport than, say, football. For example, a defensive lineman’s ability to pressure the quarterback has a clear and straightforward effect on how the rest of the defense performs. In contrast, in baseball what one outfielder does has a relatively small impact on what the other outfielders do. Yet it […]

wallofhonor

Brewers Wall of Honor is Just Spiffy

Yesterday the Brewers unveiled the new Wall of Honor display on the north side of Miller Park outside left field.  The brainchild of former Brewer player and current Brewer official Craig Counsell, the Wall is meant to commemorate players (plus Uecker and Selig) who left their mark on the franchise.  Individuals earn a spot on […]

thumbnailbrewersbar

A Victory in the 13th Inning – The Milwaukee County Zoo Reacts

- – – Clarification (ahem) regarding one of the birds in this drawing:   Honestly, I felt like the Brewers had a very good chance of winning maybe less than half the time, even though I knew they’ve been skilled and lucky in extra innings & close games…but I couldn’t help and think of the […]

Quantcast