1. Ray Durham Becomes the Newest Milwaukee Brewer

    Two weeks after the Milwaukee Brewers acquired ace CC Sabathia from Cleveland, they landed Ray Durham from the San Francisco Giants in exchange for two minor leaguers; outfielder Darren Ford and pitcher Steve Hammond...

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

  2. Ben Sheets: Making First Start at Yankee Stadium

    Ben Sheets will be the starting pitcher for the National League in the 2008 All-Star Game at Yankee Stadium Tuesday. Sheets has never been to Yankee Stadium in his career, as the Brewers play in the NL and the only Brewers vs...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about 6 years ago 298 reads 0 comments

  3. CC Sabathia Does it all in Brewers' Victory

    Well, CC Sabathia is now 2-0 in the National League as he threw a gem on Sunday, the last game before the All-Star break. And the Brewers absolutely needed it...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about 6 years ago 90 reads 0 comments

  4. Brett Favre: Why I'm Sick and Tired of the Guy

    Let me start off by saying that I am a die-hard Packers fan; I was born with a cheesehead on. I'm just sick of hearing about how Brett Favre wants to come back and with which team. If it's not rumors, it's texts messages or submitted letters...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about 6 years ago 999 reads 14 comments

  5. Andrew Bogut to Sign Five-Year Extension With Bucks

    The Milwaukee Bucks have made a long-term commitment to Andrew Bogut, as he has agreed to sign a 5-yr/$72.5 million deal. This is an extension to an already existing contract that Bogut has with the Bucks...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about 6 years ago 210 reads 0 comments

  6. CC Sabathia Makes His Milwaukee Brewers Debut

    About 30 hours after he was acquired from the Indians, CC Sabathia made his first start as a Milwaukee Brewer on Tuesday night against the Colorado Rockies at Miller Park...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about 6 years ago 333 reads 1 comments

  7. Milwaukee Brewers Win C.C. Sabathia Sweepstakes

    Well, the Milwaukee Brewers have landed C.C. Sabathia with other teams also vying for the hefty southpaw. It became a 4-for-1 deal, as the Brewers gave up four prospects to get the reigning AL Cy Young winner...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about 6 years ago 391 reads 0 comments

  8. My Town Rocks: Milwaukee, Wisconsin

    Milwaukee, Wisconsin—the birthplace of beer...Miller, Pabst Blue Ribbon, and Schlitz to name a few. And, let's not forget about the "Beast." Milwaukee—home to Usinger's sausage...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about 6 years ago 977 reads 5 comments

  9. Should the Milwaukee Brewers Be Going After C.C. Sabathia?

    The Milwaukee Brewers are 46-39, which puts them in third place in the NL Central. They are two games behind St. Louis and 4.5 behind the division-leading Cubs. The Brewers are exactly where they should be: seven games above ...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about 6 years ago 709 reads 3 comments

  10. Milwaukee Bucks Land Royalty in Round Two of the NBA Draft

    The two rounds of the NBA Draft are complete, and now it's time to look at how the Milwaukee Bucks did. It was GM John Hammond's first draft for the Bucks, as he took the reigns from Larry Harris earlier in the year...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about 6 years ago 1,122 reads 2 comments

  11. MLB: The Cubs Have to Lose Eventually...Right?

    The Chicago Cubs own the best record in the majors at 48-28 heading into late-June. As a die-hard Brewers fan, it's gotten me thinking that this can't be for real and that it simply isn't going to last...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about 6 years ago 195 reads 2 comments

  12. MLB: Russell "The Muscle" Strikes Again!

    Russell Branyan is back in Milwaukee with some extra pop in his bat. He has homered in three straight games, and four out of his last five...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about 6 years ago 526 reads 1 comments

  13. NBA Finals: Three Veterans Finally Get Their Rings

    Paul Pierce, Ray Allen and Kevin Garnett have a combined 32 years in the NBA, and there is one thing that none of them had ever done—hoist the Larry O'Brien Championship Trophy...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about 6 years ago 852 reads 0 comments

  14. Golf: Tiger Simply Being Tiger at U.S. Open

    I'm going to come right out and admit it—I never thought Tiger Woods had a chance at the U.S. Open. I know, how stupid was I? Think about it, he just had knee surgery, and had yet to play a full round of golf in which he actually walked the course.

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about 6 years ago 311 reads 1 comments

  15. Becky Hammon: USA vs. Russia

    Becky Hammon is fulfilling her life-long dream of playing basketball in the Olympics. The only problem is that she will be playing for Russia instead of Team USA...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about 6 years ago 1,356 reads 6 comments

  16. Milwaukee Bucks: Who Will Be Great at No. 8?

    The 2008 NBA Draft is fast approaching and every fan is wondering what's in store for 'their' team for years to come. And I'm one of them. I like the Milwaukee Bucks no matter how they do (and it's been tough to cheer for them as of late)...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about 6 years ago 617 reads 2 comments

  17. Is There Racism in Sports?

    This is a tough question to answer, and whatever answer is given, it will not be agreed with completely. Is there racism in the sports world? Possibly, but there's also racism in the REAL WORLD, which is a much bigger problem we face...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about 6 years ago 1,917 reads 1 comments

  18. Wisconsin Badgers Football: What's In Store For 2008?

    Spring practice has already begun and position battles are taking shape all over the nation in college football. In Madison, Wisc., it is no different...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about over 6 years ago 1,322 reads 2 comments

  19. Open Mic: What's Wrong With Amateur Sports?

    Everybody else is writing about this whole problem with amateur sports, so I'm gonna throw my two cents in as well...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about over 6 years ago 426 reads 0 comments

  20. MLB: Milwaukee Brewers Are in Serious Trouble

    Thirty-two games into the 2008 season and the Milwaukee Brewers have already dug themselves a big hole. They sit at .500 with a record of 16-16—A place where nobody expected them to be...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about over 6 years ago 539 reads 1 comments

  21. Should the Milwaukee Brewers Look for New Leader?

    Let me start off by saying that I am a Ned Yost fan and I love what he has done for the Milwaukee Brewers. He made the city of Milwaukee, as well as the state of Wisconsin, proud to cheer for the Brewers again...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about over 6 years ago 599 reads 1 comments

  22. MLB: Milwaukee Brewers Finally Cut Ties With Ex-All-Star Closer

    The Milwaukee Brewers have had enough of Derrick Turnbow's struggles this year and have cut him. It couldn't come soon enough for Brewers’ fans...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about over 6 years ago 515 reads 1 comments

  23. Milwaukee Brewers: Mike Cameron Was the Missing Ingredient

    Well, Mike Cameron has finally played his first game for the Milwaukee Brewers. And what a debut it was. He was immediately inserted into the two-hole and Cameron responded by going three for five with a double, a walk, two RBIs and two runs scored...

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  24. Milwaukee Brewers: Welcome Back, Mike Cameron!

    Tuesday, April 29, marks the day that Mike Cameron will get his first official at-bat for the Milwaukee Brewers in the regular season.He played for them in spring training...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about over 6 years ago 616 reads 4 comments

  25. 2008 NFL Draft: Green Bay Packers

    The 2008 NFL Draft has come and gone for all 32 teams. Let's take a closer look at how the Green Bay Packers used their nine selections this year.#36: Jordy Nelson-WR Kansas St., 6-3, 217...

    Adam  Lindemer Written by Adam Lindemer about over 6 years ago 1,363 reads 1 comments