Category Archives: Milwaukee Brewers

Tapping The Keg Podcast Episode 206: Lovable Losers Biggest October

This is a fun podcast. We had a good time with this one, and I hope you all check it out. We talk about the Ryder Cup, preview the MLB playoffs including my Mike Trout rant, previewing Giants-Packers along with what’s going on in Packerland

Time to Root For 5-Way AL Wild Card Tie

I don’t ask for much. Sure, I want you to read our blog and enjoy my stupid humor, but I never openly ask for any favors. That being said, I need you to root for this to happen in the American League. I guarantee you

Tapping The Keg Episode 205: September Sadness

Tapping The Keg podcast returns again with a sadder start than usual as Mitch and I begin the show talking about the death of Jose Fernandez. We also reflect a bit on Arnold Palmer before I give Mitch a crash course on the Ryder Cup.

Diaz’s Grand Slam Brings All The Feels

I'm not crying, you're crying. #JDF16 pic.twitter.com/rQl0u3z4Er — St. Louis Cardinals (@Cardinals) September 28, 2016 Wow. A night after Dee Gordon hit a leadoff homer in the first game after Jose Fernandez’s death, another one of his friends went yard. Aledmys Diaz, Fernandez’s childhood friend,

Note To Men: Stop Proposing at Ballparks

ANYONE SEE THE BOTCHED AND RECOVERED PROPOSAL AT THE YANKEES GAME RN pic.twitter.com/5KZgrLE0jK — Kahla Emonson (@KahlaTheSailor) September 28, 2016 We had a some clown at the Yankees game today propose to his girlfriend. A tale as old as time, but he lost the ring

Can We Agree Lucroy & Brewers Front Office Never Got Along?

Jonathan Lucroy is one of the more interesting players of the last decade for Milwaukee Brewers. He was a beloved player by the fans because he gave off the look of being this gritty, blue collar player that plays well in the city. Lucroy also

Dee Gordon Goes Yard In First At-Bat After Jose Fernandez’s Death

Just amazing, @FlashGJr. #JDF16 pic.twitter.com/Tgg03ZSJlt — MLB (@MLB) September 26, 2016 ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt once said “Sports is the greatest reality show.” And how true that is especially last night with Miami Marlins. They honored Jose Fernandez in many different ways with a moment

2.3 Million People Watched Rebuilding Brewers Team

Eight MLB teams have drawn 2.3M+ fans in each of last 11 seasons: YankeesRed SoxCubsDodgersCardinalsGiantsAngels … and Brewers — Adam McCalvy (@AdamMcCalvy) September 25, 2016 Amazing number out of Miller Park yesterday as the Milwaukee Brewers had 2.3 million fans show up to Miller Park