It can rain all it wants to outside, but that won’t stop the Brewers from playing the Cincinnati Reds this afternoon at 12:05 p.m. Once again, Miller Park’s domed, retractable roof has thwarted Mother Nature.
With a week or so of baseball now in the books, here are ten shameless predictions for this MLB season. Some of the following may dissent my earlier predictions, but it’s my blog so I’m considering it fair game. 1. St. Louis’ Rick Ankiel will hit 40 home runs and be more in contention for the National League MVP award than heralded teammate Albert Pujols. Ankiel’s inexplicable bre...
Break out the peanuts and Cracker Jack and cheer on your favorite racing sausage: It’s opening day at Miller Park. The Milwaukee Brewers take on the Barry Bonds-less San Francisco Giants this afternoon at a sold-out 1:05 p.m. game.
Just days ago, we were shoveling snow, but today Brewer’s fans can rejoice, because winter is officially over and spring has finally arrived. It’s opening day for the Milwaukee Brewers, who kick off their season with the first of three games in Chicago against the Cubs today at 1:20 p.m. ESPN2 and the Fox Sports . . .