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07.08.2014 | 69 days ago | Posted at 03:00 PM

"I’m not going up there trying to be a fitness model.”

By Norman Ware
Featuring tasteful nude photographs of athletes from all corners of the sports world, ESPN Magazine's Body Issue is designed to turn heads, but one inclusion is turning even more heads than usual this year: former Milwaukee Brewers slugger (and current D.L. casualty) Prince Fielder, whose physique is a little bit more plentiful than the average athlete. Fielder is slugging an imaginary homer in th...
Wednesday, July 11, 2012
The numbers were hardly encouraging for the Brewers heading into the all-star break. At 40-45 they were fourth in the National League Central, eight games behind surprising Pittsburgh and seven behind Cincinnati. They were closer...
Thursday, April 5, 2012
Last year the Brewers got halfway to the ultimate baseball goal, winning a division championship and a playoff series for the first time in 29 years before falling to St. Louis in the National League Championship Series. This year there are some...
Thursday, July 14, 2011
Anyone who thought in April that the Brewers would cruise to the playoffs isn't thinking it now. The team hit the All-Star break, with 70 games remaining, tied with St. Louis for first place in the National League Central and sporting a terrific home record of 33-14...
Tuesday, April 26, 2011
Last year when the Brewers reportedly offered Prince Fielder a five-year, $100 million contract, Fielder and his agent, Scott Boras, stayed committed to pursuing free agency after the 2011 season. But last week the Brewers found a taker, or rather...
Wednesday, Sept. 29, 2010
Another Sunday, another split decision by the Observers. While Frank followed his "baseball rules" rule to attend the Brewers' home finale, Artie hunkered down in his version of NFL Central, sticking pins in his Brett Favre voodoo bobblehead. Later his phone rang...
Wednesday, Aug. 12, 2009

The Fairly Detached Observers

On the field, the highlight of the Brewers’ 4-5 road trip was winning the series against Los Angeles, the National League’s top team. Off the field, the highlight was the Squall in the Hall. At the end of a 17-4 loss, Prince Fielder was hit by a pitch, clearly in retaliation for an HBP of the Dodgers'...

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