Category Archives: Milwaukee

Scenes From Philly Give a Milwaukee Fan Hope

Currently, there are hundreds upon hundreds of Philly fans filling the streets getting ready to celebrate a Super Bowl. Parade day seems like one of the most joyous times to be a sports fan. It’s a complete euphoric moment where you don’t have to worry

Ryan Braun to First Base Could Be Happening

Every fanbase has pipedreams. It’s hard not to when you’re cheering for a sports team. Some of those pipedreams could be like ‘winning it all’ or if you’re Miami/Pittsburgh fans, ‘don’t tank too badly.’ One of the Brewers’ fans dreams for awhile now has been

Cain and Yelich Signal Future is Now For Brewers

Three years ago, the Milwaukee Brewers started a rebuilding process. Fans knew it wouldn’t be easy. They won the division in 2011, came close to the playoffs in 2014, but the reality set in that Milwaukee needed to get young quickly. Brewers hired David Stearns


Holy shit, guys. Christian Yelich is coming to Milwaukee. It’s time to get excited about the Brewers season. Mitch and I talked about a potential deal in the works earlier this week, and I actually heard from a source that this was going down all

Brewers Make a Serious Play Offering Yu Darvish

Milwaukee Brewers are trying to bring the hot stove back themselves. They put themselves in a ton of rumors on Sunday night. First, they were rumored to be in on an outfielder, yet, we do not know who that person is at the moment. But

Brewers Have Interest In Mike Moustakas?

As you know, the hot stove is very quiet. It’s not a stove anymore. It’s like a sleeping baby at this point. This morning, we awoke to the news that Milwaukee Brewers are still looking at Jake Arrieta, but also according to former general manager

What A Potential Lorenzo Cain Reunion Could Mean

The Major League Baseball hot stove is suffering from its own polar vortex as it’s been ice cold with news. Today, we received a carrot from The Athletic’s Ken Rosenthal who mentioned that the Milwaukee Brewers and Texas Rangers both have their eyes on Kansas

Best & Worst in Wisconsin Sports in 2017

Wisconsin sports did not have themselves the type of year that we may have wanted especially with the Green Bay Packers. There were a few of us (Me included) who thought the Packers could go into Minneapolis and play in the Super Bowl in front

Brewers’ ZIPs Projections Don’t Leave Much Hope

ZIPs projections are a baseball analytic model to predict the outcomes of the regular season. ESPN’s Dan Szymborski puts this together every offseason, and it usually provides insight on what type of team we can expect for the 2018 season. Now, it’s not perfect nor