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The good, the bad and the ugly of the Brewers season

Published Oct. 6, 2014

The Major League Baseball playoffs are in full swing, and the Milwaukee Brewers are home, left to wonder what happened after getting off to record breaking start to the season. Here's a look at some of the good, the bad and the ugly of the 2014 campaign.

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What happened? Brewers must look for answers

Published Oct. 1, 2014

At one point, the Milwaukee Brewers were the best team in baseball. They set team and National League records for success. They spent 150 days in first place. Yet, in October, they are sitting home for the third straight year. What happened?

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Brewers will honor Selig with retired number

Published Sept. 26, 2014

Allan "Bud" Selig was at Miller Park Friday night, the second-to-last stop on his tour of Major League Baseball's ballparks as acting commissioner. It was the team he founded, and the house he built -- and current principal owner Mark Attanasio announced the club will retire jersey number 1 next year in Selig's honor.

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Future of Marquette basketball, Admirals hockey tied to Bucks arena discussions

Published June 2, 2014

While the talk of a new Downtown arena focuses on the Milwaukee Bucks and new owner Marc Lasry and Wes Edens, the BMO Harris Bradley Center also has two other tenants: Marquette University and the Milwaukee Admirals. The future of both will be greatly affected by whether or not the arena is constructed and if the Bucks remain in the city.

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How the Brewers were built

Published May 6, 2014

OnMilwaukee.com took a look at how exactly the Milwaukee Brewers have managed to become one of the National League's most successful franchises since 2007. Included in this three-part series on "Building the Brewers" we take a look at how the club has managed the bottom line with smart spending, how difficult it really is to develop young players at the major league level and finally, how a change in the evaluation of pitching allows the franchise to take risks.

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