Grantland Rice gave us the
ideal in 1914, writing that “when the One Great Scorer comes to mark against
your name, He writes—not that you won or lost—but how you played the game.” But
in pro sports, the One Great Scoreboard is what determines...
Last week the Observers
channeled Thomas Paine to describe the Brewers' status: “These are the times
that try men's souls.” Today a more contemporary wordsmith comes to mind...
Frank: The good
news, I guess, is that the Brewers' record e...
The First Stage Children’s Theater production of Jackie and Me is an inspirational tribute to Jackie Robinson,
performed with the greatest of sincere intentions for a youthful audience. This
is children’s theater and woe onto
The weather isn't the only dreary thing about this
April. The Brewers, despite a stirring rally Sunday in St. Louis, returned to
town 3-8 with lots of questions. The Bucks staggered home from an 0-4 trip that
cemented a sub-.500 record and stirred no...
Imagine what it might have been like to
see Jackie Robinson debut with the Brooklyn Dodgers in 1947. The first black
major league baseball player of the modern era was a herald of the civil rights
movement—indeed, he was
Things weren't going well for the Brewers as the
Observers embarked Sunday for their Miller Park debut. Shaky pitching had
produced a 1-4 start and injuries had weakened an already thin bench.
Things couldn't get worse, right?