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04.01.2014 | 119 days ago | Posted at 02:00 PM

A lot, actually

By Evan Rytlewski
They say eyes are the window into the soul, but for my money, music tells you way more. At the start of each Brewers season I scour the team’s entrance music searching for clues into what each pick says about the players’ tastes, mindsets and prospects for success, and this year’s roster is loaded with some particularly cogent selections. Here’s a rundown of what each song tells us about t...
03.24.2014 | 127 days ago | Posted at 11:00 AM
By Evan Rytlewski
The Brewers revealed a series of personality-themed T-shirts on Friday, and they're mostly innocuous representations of each player: Jean Segura's has a chef's hat on it, because Jean Segura apparently likes to cook; Scooter Gennett's has a bunch of trippy stars and such on it, because Scooter Gennett listens to too much reggae; that sort of thing. None of them are triumphs of design, by any means...
01.17.2014 | | Posted at 04:00 PM
By Evan Rytlewski
In his latest move to put the past behind him and return to some semblance of normalcy, Ryan Braun will appear at the Milwaukee Brewers' free Brewers On Deck event on Sunday, Jen. 26 at the Wisconsin Center. This afternoon the team revealed the lineup for the fan event, which includes most of the 2014 Brewers roster as well as a host of alums and personalities, including Bob Uecker and Robin Yount...
10.29.2013 | | Posted at 08:21 PM

The center fielder finished a remarkable season by ending a 30-year drought

By Evan Rytlewski
Carlos Gomez just took home an award no Brewer has won in more than 30 years: a Rawlings Gold Glove. The Brewers' gravity-defying center fielder bested Andrew McCutchen of the Pittsburgh Pirates and Denard Span of the Minnesota Twins for the honor, and it's hard to argue with his credentials: This year Gomez was credited with saving 38 defensive runs and robbing five home runs, often in incredible...
Tuesday, June 11, 2013
 No one knows if new Bucks coach Larry Drew is the answer to the team’s problems, but he’s already disappointed mad-dog sports fans by promising to be a decent

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