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02.26.2014 | 51 days ago | Posted at 04:00 PM
By Evan Rytlewski
While the Brewers' latest acquisition Hank the Dog continues to garner national coverage, the team keeps finding adorable new activities for him. Today the pup, who now has his own Twitter account—that's him chewing a glove in his profile pic—entered his first race against Klement's Famous Racing Sausages. You can watch video below to see how he fared. Spoiler alert: he didn't do all that well...
02.15.2010 | | Posted at 12:03 PM
By Nicole
Last Wednesday was truck day for the Milwaukee Brewers and as part of the hoopla/story, the Brewers had pictures of the Racing Sausages helping to load the trucks and eventually showing them being loaded in themselves. Concurrent to that story was a promotion in which Brewers Charities were auctioning off a chance to have the Racing Sausages Sing to your Sweetheart on Valentine�s Day � four full ...
07.29.2009 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Nicole
You know how bad it is here in Milwaukee? Even the Racing Sausages can't finish a complete game! Chorizo and Italian collided in front of the Nats dugout tonight during the race and Italian looked a little loopy once she got up and finished the race....
05.29.2009 | | Posted at 12:00 AM
By Nicole
The Cardinals' Jason LaRue Nearly Gets Wienered from JoeSportsFan.com on Vimeo. I heard about this on the radio this morning and couldn't believe I'd missed it. Thank god someone had video.  ...
Sunday, July 6, 2008

Jim Cryns on Sports

It’s been a while since then-Pittsburgh Pirate Randall Simon took a good-natured swipe at the oversized Italian sausage at Miller Park. Swinging from the dugout steps, Simon swung the bat as the costumed consumable strode past, striking a 19-year old Brewers employee and causing her to nose-dive into the warning track in front of the dugout. Simon was escorted from the park in handcuffs, a ridiculous display of authority and overkill. The security power-play was reminiscent of the Harold Brier days when jaywalkers were ticketed and people going a few miles over the speed limit were sent to jail for the unpaid violation.

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