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10.21.2010 | | Posted at 05:44 PM
By Nicole
The J-S is reporting that GM Doug Melvin has narrowed his search to four candidates, who will go through a second round of interviews with him and owner Mark Attanasio. Melvin confirmed that he's talked to eight candidates but will not name names. Reports have listed "former Cleveland manager Eric Wedge, who since has been named Seattle's manager; Los Angeles Dodgers Triple-A manager Tim Wallach...
10.19.2010 | | Posted at 02:07 PM
By Nicole
Bob Uecker is undergoing a second surgery today to repair a tear at the site of the valve replacement he had midway through last baseball season. The surgery will have Uecker down for at least another eight weeks but he says he'll be ready for Spring Training...
Tuesday, Oct. 12, 2010
Ken, we hardly knew ye. The Macha managerial era in Brewers history ended after two seasons when the team finished at 77-85, three games worse than the year before. The quiet, professorial Macha had nothing but winning seasons and two playoffs in four years with Oakland, but things...
10.11.2010 | | Posted at 09:00 AM
By Nicole
The Brewers announced that ticket prices will not increase for the 2011 season. Prices are frozen at 2010 levels.   Check out the seating chart here for prices. After welcoming 3,000,000 fans in 2009, the Brewers saw a slight drop to 2.77 million fans in 2010....
10.06.2010 | | Posted at 11:39 AM
By Nicole
From Journal-Sentinel's Tom Haudricourt's Twitter: "Brewers GM Doug Melvin just denied the report that Bob Brenly will be the next manger. Said he hasn't interviewed anybody. So false alarm." "Melvin had this to say about Brenly rumor: 'Unless somebody else has been doing the hiring process, that's not true.'" "'Just another rumor to squelch' Melvin said..."...
10.06.2010 | | Posted at 09:32 AM
By Nicole
I have always found myself very apathetic about Macha. I could never muster the energy to hate him, as I did Yost. And he never struck me as remotely likable. He never seemed to warrant strong emotions. While you could always count on Yost for a good rant at an ump, it was an event is Ken left the dugout. Yost was combative with reporters while Macha often seemed resigned. Yost was half a step fr...
09.13.2010 | | Posted at 07:31 PM
By Nicole
Flu-like symptoms took Prince Fielder out of today's lineup and left him back at the hotel as his streak of 327 consecutive starts - the most by any active player - comes to an end....
09.01.2010 | | Posted at 10:58 AM
By Nicole
With the Brewers taking on the first-place Reds this week it’s been a good time to take stock of the trade the two teams made a few weeks ago. Looking for more power, the Reds traded for Jim Edmonds. The Brewers got Chris Dickerson in return. Edmonds had seen a lot of time in the field for the Brewers then we would have expected from a fourth outfielder. The trade to a team with post-season h...
08.29.2010 | | Posted at 04:55 PM
By Nicole
Sunday afternoon the boyfriend and I headed to Miller Park for CC Sabathia Bobblehead Day. We'd had these tickets for months. Sadly, a few weeks ago the boyfriend's out of two Fantasy Football league chose today at 4 pm as their draft time for the live draft. This draft takes place in Minnesota and the boyfriend usually drives up there for. Since they chose a Sunday, he stayed here and is doing th...
08.29.2010 | | Posted at 04:46 PM
By Nicole
One of the readers over at Brew Crew Ball, nullacct, came up with this amazing version of Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody and it's too amazing not to share.       Is this a real league?Is this just fantasy?Ten games back from the wild cardNo escape from realityAt least we're at homeLook up to the dome and seeI'm just the managerI need no sympathyBecause I'm easy come, easy goLittle high, little lowAn...

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