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Milwaukee embraces Chivas, Swansea

Published July 16, 2014

Chivas de Guadalajara and Swansea City AFC played a soccer friendly at Miller Park Wednesday night, and more than 31,000 fans showed up to show the two international squads that Milwaukee loves its soccer. And the players loved them right back, playing to a spirited 1-1 draw.

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Brewers bats slumbering at start of July

Published July 8, 2014

The Milwaukee Brewers begin play Tuesday night against Philadelphia with a 52-38 record, the best mark in the National League and the second best in all of baseball, yet there seems to be panic in the streets - if the streets are paved with Tweets and postgame show calls, that is. The team has lost six of their last seven, their worst stretch of the year, but it's not at all dissimilar from two down periods in May.

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Milwaukee Talks: Former Brewers ace Ben Sheets

Published June 23, 2014

Ben Sheets ran out onto the field at Miller Park for the first time since the late summer of 2008 when he returned on June 13, and it may be a while before he comes back again. So, we caught up with the Louisiana native and reminisced about County Stadium, helping lead the Brewers' resurgence and pitching in pain in '08.

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Getting a hall of fame right can be a challenge

Published June 18, 2014

The Milwaukee Brewers unveiled their latest attraction on Friday, the Wall of Honor, as a way for the organization to recognize players who were important to the team, but maybe weren't "all-time" greats. The Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame is spectacular. The Bucks don't have one. Finding the right balance in honoring the past is key, and a hard thing to navigate for teams.

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Reader blogs:

Front Row Treatment

Sunday September 22nd, 2013 – Milwaukee, WI    I can die now. I’m sure there are those that have been wishing that for years, but now I can deal with it with a smile on my face. My personal Mt. Rushmore of heroes to meet is complete, and it was a raging success each and e...

There's Always Baseball

Wednesday June 24th, 2009 - Milwaukee, WI   Sometimes a hot sweaty humid night at the ball game can be a refreshing mental enema if nothing else. It was ripe and funky the whole evening up at Miller Park as I watched the Milwaukee Brewers finally beat the Minnesota Twins 4-3 in exciting...

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