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Milwaukee Talks: Brewers relief pitcher and semi-amateur comedian Tim Dillard

Published March 14, 2017

Tim Dillard has spent most of his 15-year baseball career in the minor leagues. At 33, the relief pitcher is participating in Brewers Spring Training with little chance of making the big-league club, but still plenty of effort, optimism, wisdom and hilarity. We spoke to him recently in Phoenix.

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Ball two: When wiffle ball goes way wrong (video)

Published March 10, 2017

To truly understand a life-changing moment, we must first answer the questions that brought us there, compelling the specific chain of incredible events. What were we doing on that wiffle ball field? Why was I standing there? And how long has Carolynn wanted to hurt me?

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All smiles in the sun, Braun set for spring debut

Published March 10, 2017

Ryan Braun is finally going to make his spring debut today as the Brewers host the White Sox in a split-squad game at Maryvale Baseball Park. The veteran holdover will start in left field, hit third in the lineup and is expected to get a couple of at-bats.

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The off day: St. Patrick's Day Eve in Scottsdale

Published March 17, 2015

I've said this before, but sometimes Spring Training feels a lot like the movie "Groundhog Day." Events, games and trips tend to run together, because with only a few variations, you're basically doing the same thing every day (and of course, that's a very good thing). But yesterday, we did something that we've only done one other time in 18 years: we didn't go to a Brewers game.

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Brewers spring training guide, 2015

Published March 4, 2015

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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Tuesday October 5th, 2010 - Lake Villa, IL   As life on Earth as we know it continues to evolve, so does the entertainment business. Nothing is cut and dried anymore, and whatever was ‘normal’ just a few years ago is now in a state of chaos and dysfunction. Anything goes, an...


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