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Now the games count

Published March 31, 2014

Opening Day has always been a special day for me. It was 16 years ago, on April 7, 1998 that I celebrated my first day of self employment (and the birth of OnMilwaukee.com) at County Stadium. I haven't missed many since then.

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Brewers spring training guide, 2014

Published March 6, 2014

When Brewers fans talk to me about Spring Training, I always see the same look in their eyes. "I've always wanted to do that," they say wistfully, like Arizona exists in some far-away land, where you sit right next to the field and talk to the players in between in innings. Well, actually, most of that's true. Except for the far-away land part.

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Brewers' stove just turned on

Published Jan. 27, 2014

Pitchers and catchers report in less than a month, but not much had changed for the Milwaukee Brewers after a disappointing 74-88 season - until Matt Garza was brought into the fold on Sunday.

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An open letter to Mark Attanasio

Published Nov. 15, 2013

I'd like to first start by thanking you for your investment in Milwaukee baseball. I'm old enough to remember the glory days, as well as the dry spell that came afterwards. As a diehard baseball fan, I appreciate all you have done to return Brewers baseball to respectability. It's with the goal of keeping the Brewers relevant in the long term that I write this letter.

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A chat with Milwaukee Film Festival honoree Paul Attanasio

Published Oct. 4, 2013

Before screenwriter Paul Attanasio gets peppered with questions Saturday night at "An Evening with Paul Attanasio" at the Oriental Theatre, OnMilwaukee got a chance to ask him some of our own about his career, the state of film and TV and the state of a certain local baseball team to which he might have some family ties.

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