Monthly Archives: July 2017

Only A Few People Watched LaMelo v. Zion Last Night

We don’t talk too much about high school basketball especially of the AAU variety, but the event of the summer took place very late last night in Las Vegas when you had LaMelo Ball’s team coached by LaVar facing off against internet sensation Zion Williamson.

Adrian Beltre Forever: Amazing Ejection Last Night

Adrian Beltre is four hits away from his 3000th of his career. He’s a surefire Hall of Famer from his numbers. I would not go as far to say a first timer, but he’ll be comfortably in. Last night, Texas Rangers played one of the

Did Counsell Make The Right Move With Josh Hader?

This could have been a memorable night of baseball for Milwaukee Brewers. Jimmy Nelson looked like an ace delivering a huge start against Washington giving up one run and striking out 10 batters. Future star Lewis Brinson hit his first major league home run in

Marty Bennett Slept Next to his Packers Locker Last Night

LOVE THIS. Green Bay Packers report to training camp on Wednesday, which is a great feeling for any of us who love football. There were all sorts of social about guys coming back to the northeast Wisconsin, but new Packer Martellus Bennett took the cake.

Tapping The Keg Podcast: The Unplugged Edition

Welcome back to another edition of Tapping The Keg Podcast. This is our 246th episode and we strip it down talking to you from an alternative studio. It’s a fun one here as the unplugged feeling will give you a sense that we’re at the

What Anthony Swarzak Brings to the Brewers Bullpen

Milwaukee Brewers dipped their toes into the trade market on Tuesday night when they acquired Anthony Swarzak from Chicago White Sox for Ryan Cordell, a triple A utility player. The deal was very David Stearns at a high-level. He acquired an intriguing arm with some

BrewCap: Davies & Run Support Rides Again

In 2017, it’s understood by most people that win/loss records for pitchers really doesn’t matter. And if it were 1995, people might think more highly of Zach Davies. He’s won 12 games already this season, and that’s due in large part to getting some of

Wisconsin vs. Notre Dame Makes so Much Sense

On Monday, news came out from Chicago Tribune then confirmed by Green Bay Packers chairman Mark Murphy that Wisconsin and Notre Dame are looking to play each other in two games on two neutral locations. The first game would be played at Soldier Field, and

Mark Murphy Puts Out A Super Bowl Declaration

On Monday, Green Bay Packers chairman Mark Murphy spoke to Packers’ shareholders at the annual meeting. Usually, there are a few things that are notable from Packers brass, but it’s hard to remember hearing as brazen of a quote than what we heard from Murphy.

Badgers Fans Should Be Mad at Bo Ryan, Not Hauser

There is an alternative reality where Bo Ryan recruited Sam Hauser with his younger brother Joey in mind, and Ryan convinced Sam to come play for Wisconsin. Sam ended up having a big year off the bench for now-coach Greg Gard, and the team would