Tag Archives: Milwaukee Brewers

NL Central: a race to mediocrity

With Opening Day turning the corner and heading for home, it’s time to talk baseball. To be completely honest, the NL Central does not look competitive outside of its division. Within the division, the competition stiffens, but don’t look for any of these teams to win the Series anytime soon. …

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NBA Players Start Boycott that Stretches All Across Sports

The Milwaukee Bucks players began a boycott on Wednesday that reached the WNBA, MLS, Major League Baseball and the rest of the NBA. The Milwaukee Bucks have decided to boycott Game 5, source tells ESPN. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@wojespn) August 26, 2020 Background on the boycott Players and coaches all …

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Yelich signs deal, happy to stay in Milwaukee

Freedom is not free, and neither is free agency. On Friday, Milwaukee Brewers’ right fielder Christian Yelich signed a seven-year contract extension with the team. The decision to commit to Milwaukee long-term comes following a trade last season that moved Yelich from the Miami Marlins to the Brewers. It appears …

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Brewers Looking to Rebound in 2020 Season

Last season, optimism was high for the Milwaukee Brewers heading into 2019. Fresh off an appearance in the National League Championship Series a year prior, the Brewers were striving for a World Series title. While they didn’t accomplish this feat, the season wasn’t a total washout, as the Brewers still …

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Juan Soto Sends Nationals To NLDS

The stage was set. The Washington Nationals and Milwaukee Brewers would kick off the MLB postseason in the NL Wild Card, where neither franchise had ever been. In the end, 20-year-old Juan Soto would make all the difference. The Nats Take It Things were looking pretty grim for Max Scherzer …

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