1. Alphabet Soup: All-Time Milwaukee Brewers

    In the past, I already made an all-time Milwaukee's Brewers list, with the best of the best. This has a little twist. In 41 years, the Brewers (and Seattle Pilots), have had nearly 700 wear their respective jerseys...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about 5 years ago 330 reads 0 comments

  2. Mancrush (Part Two): NFL Style

    I've already done my Top 5 MLB mancrushes, so let's move things over to the NFL. It would be easy for me to just name five Green Bay Packers, but I did my best to go outside the Frozen Tundra...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about 5 years ago 113 reads 4 comments

  3. Mancrush: The Latest Trend in Sports (Part One)

    It seems like every male sports fan is developing a 'mancrush' on profession players all around the sports world. I'm no different, and I'm not ashamed to admit a mancrush when I have one...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about 5 years ago 128 reads 2 comments

  4. Top Five Voices of Wisconsin Sports

    One of my childhood dreams was to be behind the microphone, calling plays for one of my beloved Wisconsin sports teams. I still dream of that to this day, and here is my Top 5 list of the guys that I have looked up to all these years...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about 5 years ago 689 reads 0 comments

  5. Albert Pujols: Is Anyone Better?

    Albert Pujols is quickly becoming one of the grestest hitters that the game has ever seen. In his first eight full seasons in the MLB, he has put up gawdy numbers, that can't be matched...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about 5 years ago 991 reads 6 comments

  6. Getting to Know The Washington Nationals' Jordan Zimmermann

    Jordan Zimmermann has gone from small town kid to a big league starting pitcher in the Nation's capital. Zimmermann was born and raised in Central Wisconsin's Auburndale, where he also attended the local high school...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about 5 years ago 983 reads 1 comments

  7. Packers' Ted Thompson Does Unthinkable In 2009 NFL Draft

    Green Bay Packers GM Ted Thompson is widely known around the NFL (or at least to Packers fans) as being a "best-available guy" on draft day. In a stunning change of events, Thompson did the right thing considering Green Bay's situation ...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about 5 years ago 1,367 reads 4 comments

  8. Brewers' Prospect Mat Gamel: Do You Know Him?

    If you're outside of the Milwaukee Brewers' fan base, you might not know who Mat Gamel is. Gamel was a fourth-round pick by Milwaukee back in 2005, is one of their top three prospects, and is playing third base for AAA Nashville this year...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about 5 years ago 953 reads 6 comments

  9. The Top 15 Prettiest Faces of the WNBA

    I'm in a little bit of a writer's funk, so it's time for my third edition of "Prettiest Faces", with a look at the WNBA. The LPGA had 10, the WTA had 20, so this one will have 15 (a nice round number)...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about 5 years ago 2,743 reads 9 comments

  10. The Prettiest Faces of the WTA

    Much like my piece on the LPGA, not only are these ladies attractive, but also have had success on the WTA tour, and will continue to do so...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about over 5 years ago 1,885 reads 5 comments

  11. The Top 10 Prettiest Ladies of the LPGA

    Beauty is one thing in sports for females, but playing well while being beautiful will grab a man's attention (at least mine)...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about over 5 years ago 8,407 reads 0 comments

  12. Gwynn Jr. Having Trouble Living Up To His Name

    Tony Gwynn Jr. will begin yet another season in the minor leagues for the Milwaukee Brewers , as he was sent down to AAA-Nashville earlier this week...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about over 5 years ago 64 reads 0 comments

  13. Milwaukee Brewers Turn 40: Top Ten Moments

    2009 marks the 40th Anniversary of the Milwaukee Brewers in the MLB, as they moved from Seattle to the Brew City in prior to the 1970 season. So I thought that I would share what I consider the top 10 moments in Brewers' history...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about over 5 years ago 2,671 reads 3 comments

  14. Top 10 Milwaukee Bucks Not To Have Their Numbers Retired

    The Milwaukee Bucks have retired seven jersey's in their history. This top ten is for the best of the rest, so no Kareem, Oscar, or the others. The main rule I had was that the guys chosen played in at least five different seasons with the Bucks...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about over 5 years ago 16,020 reads 14 comments

  15. Basketball in the State of Wisconsin: Slip Sliding Away

    The three big basketball teams in Wisconsin (NCAA's Marquette and Wisconsin, and the NBA's Milwaukee Bucks) have all slowly been "slip-slidin' away" as the year goes along. Yes, that is indeed a Simon and Garfunkel reference...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about over 5 years ago 207 reads 7 comments

  16. Division Debate: Youngsters Ryan Braun and Prince Fielder Fuel the Fire

    Ryan Braun and Prince Fielder (Brewers), or Ryan Ludwick and Albert Pujols (Cardinals); which duo would you rather have in your lineup as the 3-4 hitters? I'm a numbers guy, so here's what I came up with to help me in my decision...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about over 5 years ago 317 reads 3 comments

  17. Yovani Gallardo Will Not Play for Mexico in World Baseball Classic

    Milwaukee Brewers pitcher Yovani Gallardo will not suit up for Team Mexico in the 2009 edition of the World Baseball Classic...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about over 5 years ago 200 reads 0 comments

  18. When Will the Milwaukee Brewers Retire No. 17?

    If you're like me, you've been a Milwaukee Brewers fan practically your whole life. And if you're also like me, you might be wondering why the No. 17 jersey isn't retired...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about over 5 years ago 775 reads 4 comments

  19. Brothers Dick and Jack Bennett Leave Their Mark at Wisconsin-Stevens Point

    Saturday, Feb. 7, 2009 was a big day for the University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point basketball family. The Pointers honored two former coaches, Dick and Jack Bennett, by naming the UWSP home floor in the Quandt Fieldhouse "Bennett Court...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about over 5 years ago 1,637 reads 0 comments

  20. Charlie Villanueva: Big Man in Milwaukee

    The Milwaukee Bucks have done something that they haven't done since Dec. 19-23 of this season; win consecutive games. Back in late December, the Bucks won three in a row by beating the Knicks and Clippers on back-to-back nights and then defeating Utah...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about over 5 years ago 167 reads 3 comments

  21. Wisconsin Badgers Prove That Hustle No Longer Counts

    Bo Ryan has pulled off another first as head coach of the Wisconsin Badgers, but this one is not good. The Badgers have lost five-straight games for the first time in Ryan's seven plus years at the helm...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about over 5 years ago 269 reads 2 comments

  22. Who Is Francisco Elson?

    Many of you have heard his name and seen him sitting near the end of an NBA bench, but who exactly is Francisco Marinho Robby Elson? He was born in the Netherlands, but his parents are from Suriname...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about over 5 years ago 190 reads 0 comments

  23. Michael Redd Out for Rest of Season

    The Milwaukee Bucks have lost their leading scorer, Michael Redd, for the remainder of the season. Redd tore both his ACL and MCL in the third quarter of a Jan. 24 game against the Sacramento Kings in Milwaukee...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about over 5 years ago 251 reads 6 comments

  24. No Contest for Joe Alexander: The World Will Not "See Joe Dunk" This Year

    The NBA did things a little differently when it came to the Dunk Contest at this year's All-Star Game. Three contestants were selected early; Nate Robinson (Knicks), Rudy Gay (Grizzlies) and reigning champ Dwight Howard (Magic)...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about over 5 years ago 467 reads 1 comments

  25. The Milwaukee Brewers Need an Ace To Complete The Full House

    Alright, put yourself in Milwaukee Brewers GM Doug Melvin's shoes. Your team is missing a big piece of the puzzle:A starting pitcher. And in order to get back to the playoffs in 2009, you'll need to fill that hole...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about over 5 years ago 93 reads 4 comments