1. Milwaukee Brewers Still Have a Flair for the Dramatics

    For the second time in the past three days, the Milwaukee Brewers have won a game in their final at bats with towering home runs. Last Tuesday, it was Prince Fielder who took a 2-0 pitch in the bottom of the ninth from Pittsburgh Pirates pitcher J...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about almost 6 years ago 257 reads 1 comments

  2. Why the US Ryder Cup Team Doesn't Need Tiger Woods Anymore

    I know right now many of you are giving me that "I can't believe he just said that" look, but if you were watching the 2008 Ryder Cup this weekend like I was, you will agree 150 percent...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about almost 6 years ago 820 reads 2 comments

  3. The Milwaukee Brewers Cure Their 'Yost Infection' As They Fire Their Manager

    For all you Brewers fans like me, over the last two weeks (or even longer), the man pictured above has made you sick to your stomach...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about almost 6 years ago 391 reads 1 comments

  4. Milwaukee Brewers Go From Being the Wild Card to Becoming the Joker

    The Milwaukee Brewers entered their four game series with the Phillies on Thursday leading the NL Wild Card by four games. They now leave the City of Brotherly Love tied with those Phillies for the Wild Card lead...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about almost 6 years ago 524 reads 1 comments

  5. Wisconsin-Fresno State: Badgers Pass Their First Test

    The Wisconsin Badgers walked out of "The Valley" with a 13-10 victory over the Fresno State Bulldogs. Many thought that the Badgers stood no chance in this game, that they just didn't have the fire power to hang with Fresno State...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about almost 6 years ago 726 reads 1 comments

  6. Milwaukee Brewers' Final Road Trip Checklist

    The Milwaukee Brewers will be leaving Miller Park for the last time in the regular season on a 10-game, three city road trip...

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  7. Wisconsin-Marshall: Badgers Corral the Herd

    The Wisconsin Badgers cruised to a 51-14 victory over the Marshall Thundering Herd behind senior quarterback Allan Evridge, who passed for 308 yards and a touchdown in the blowout win...

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  8. CC Sabathia vs. Ben Sheets: Who's Getting the Dough?

    The Brewers are trying to make their first playoff appearance since 1982, but there are already questions concerning the offseason...

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  9. Is Justin Harrell a Bust for the Green Bay Packers?

    Every Packer fan was left scratching their head when Green Bay's General Manager Ted Thompson drafted Justin Harrell (HAIR-uhl), a defensive tackle out of the University of Tennessee, with the 16th overall pick in the 2007 NFL Draft...

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  10. Official Scorer Says "No-No" to CC Sabathia's No-No

    CC Sabathia has just thrown his fifth complete game for the Milwaukee Brewers as they beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 7-0 to finish a three-game sweep Sunday...

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  11. Wisconsin vs. Akron: Badgers Run All Over Zips

    The Wisconsin Badgers opened up their 2008 campaign with a 38-17 win over the Akron Zips at Camp Randall. The Badgers used a steady ground attack against Akron to the tune of 404 yards on the ground, compared to the Zips' 70 yards...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about almost 6 years ago 220 reads 1 comments

  12. 9-Year-Old Punished For Throwing Too Hard

    Jericho Scott has been told that he can't pitch anymore, at least not in the league that he is playing in right now. He can still play on the team, but he can't throw his impressive 40 MPH fastball to opposing hitters...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about almost 6 years ago 337 reads 3 comments

  13. Why USA Softball Losing in Beijing is a Good Thing

    Japan has done the unthinkable, as they defeated Team USA 3-1 in softball to win the gold medal in Beijing. Team USA had plenty of chances to tie the game, and go ahead, but couldn't capitalize off any of them...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about almost 6 years ago 185 reads 0 comments

  14. The Olympics Mean More Than Just Winning Medals

    Every two years an Olympics rolls around, and so many people get caught up in how many medals their country can win. I'm one of them because my country (USA) is always atop the overall medal standings...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about almost 6 years ago 166 reads 0 comments

  15. CC Sabathia Si-Si-Sizzles Again

    CC Sabathia has now won his last 11 starts overall, and is 8-0 since joining the Brewers, as he, and the rest of the Crew beat the Houston Astros 9-3 on Monday night...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about almost 6 years ago 234 reads 0 comments

  16. The Best to Come Out of Titletown

    The Green Bay Packers are the most storied franchise in the NFL, maybe even in all of sports. So many players have worn the green and gold, (even blue and gold long ago)...

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  17. Mo Williams Sent to Cavaliers as Bucks Work Three-Way Deal

    Milwaukee Bucks General Manager John Hammond continues the clean-up process to rid the 'mess' made by Larry Harris while he was GM...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about almost 6 years ago 1,352 reads 20 comments

  18. Cooperstown is Missing a Catcher

    Yogi Berra, Johnny Bench, Carlton Fisk, Gary Carter, and nine others have all been given a bronze bust as being some of the best catchers in the MLB. But one man is missing from that long list...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about almost 6 years ago 399 reads 0 comments

  19. Who is Mike Rivera?

    Not a lot of baseball fans can name their backup catcher, and I'm sure there are plenty of Brewers fans that don't realize Milwaukee even has one. But on Aug. 10, everybody in Milwaukee was aware of whom that masked man not named Jason Kendall was...

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  20. Brett Favre: Gone but Certainly Not Forgotten

    The Brett Favre saga finally comes to an end; well, at least in Green Bay. Favre will now perform on one of the biggest stages in the NFL; New York City...

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  21. Open Mic: All-Time Milwaukee Brewers

    Even though the Milwaukee Brewers have only been in the league since 1970, they still have had plenty of stand out names to make my list. First, the rules; well, one rule really...

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  22. Milwaukee Brewers: If You Can't Beat 'Em, Beat Yourself

    Well, it's that time of the year again. Teams are fighting for position in the heated division and wild card races. So what are the Milwaukee Brewers doing about it? They're fighting with each other in the dugout...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about almost 6 years ago 377 reads 1 comments

  23. Brewers-Cubs: A Series to Forget for the Brew Crew

    Well, the Milwaukee Brewers and the Chicago Cubs just finished their much anticipated four game series at Miller Park, to which the Cubs clearly showed that they truly are the team to beat in the NL Central...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about almost 6 years ago 289 reads 2 comments

  24. Griffey Headed to the Chicago White Sox

    With the trade deadline looming, and the Reds quickly losing ground in the NL Central, Cincinnati sent George Kenneth Griffey Jr. to the Chicago White Sox. The Reds received a couple minor leaguers: pitcher Nick Masset and second baseman Danny Richar...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about almost 6 years ago 293 reads 0 comments

  25. Open Mic: Why Retirement No Longer Means Forever

    The hardest decision an athlete can make is when they should retire or consider retirement. Many factors go through their minds at this moment, and only the athlete themselves know the right answer...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about almost 6 years ago 224 reads 1 comments