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1. Thames' limited-release "Beerded Brewer IPA" to debut at Miller Park on Aug. 10
The brewing process is nearly complete and the red-hot Brewers are ready to cool down with a frosty beverage. On Aug. 10, "Beerded Brewer IPA," a beer that Eric Thames, Oliver Drake and Corey Knebel helped create with the master brewers at MillerCoors, will make its Miller Park debut.
2. Fans should arrive early on July 15 for Brewers' 1982 AL Championship reunion
Earlier this year, the Brewers announced plans to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the 1982 American League Championship team during the weekend of July 14-16. The main event of the weekend will be the reunion of the 1982 team in an on-field ceremony at Miller Park on Saturday, July 15.
3. MACC Fund's June research donations take total since 1976 over $60 million
The MACC Fund contributed $1,387,500 on June 27 to its three beneficiaries, the Medical College of Wisconsin Cancer Center, Children's Hospital of Wisconsin and the University of Wisconsin Carbone Cancer Center. Those took the MACC Fund's total donations since 1976 to over $60 million.
4. Bucks Experience brings current players, legends and entertainment to Summerfest
The Milwaukee Bucks will once again be attending "The World's Largest Music Festival," as the team is set to bring its game-night experience to Henry Maier Festival Park during the 50th year of Summerfest.
5. Brogdon and Antetokounmpo named to NBA All-Rookie, All-Defensive Teams
Milwaukee Bucks guard Malcolm Brogdon was selected to the NBA All-Rookie First Team, and Giannis Antetokounmpo was named to the NBA's All-Defensive Second Team, the league announced today. Brogdon was a unanimous selection for the NBA All-Rookie First Team.
6. Mirroring Bucks' visual identity, Wisconsin Herd reveals new logos
The Wisconsin Herd unveiled the team's primary and secondary logos in advance of its first season in the NBA G League at an event at Oshkosh West High School today. The Herd identity utilizes the visual language of the Milwaukee Bucks' recently updated brand.
7. Brewers' 1982 AL Championship team to reunite July 14-16 in Milwaukee
The Brewers plan to celebrate the 35th anniversary of the 1982 American League Championship team during the weekend of July 14-16. The main event of the weekend will be the reunion of the 1982 team in an on-field ceremony at Miller Park on July 15.
8. Brewers donate bats and balls to Waukesha School District for Play Ball weekend
The Milwaukee Brewers announced the donation of several thousand plastic bat and ball sets to every student, grades K3 through 3, in the Waukesha School District. The announcement was made earlier today at a press conference at Heyer Elementary School.
9. Cousins Subs awards $20,000 in scholarships to local student athletes
Wisconsin-based Cousins Subs and its Make It Better Foundation awarded four Wisconsin high school seniors with $20,000 in scholarships as part of its fifth annual Wisconsin Sports Awards Scholarship Contest.
10. Brewers' Miller Park homestand highlights, May 23-28
The Brewers' fourth homestand of the season includes a two-game set against the Blue Jays and four games against the Diamondbacks. Miller Park highlights include Free-Shirt Friday and Zubazpalooza on May 26, as well as a Robin Yount Motorcycle bobblehead All Fan Giveaway on Sunday.
11. Brown Deer Park Golf Course named PGA Junior League Golf regional site
Brown Deer Golf Course was recently named one of eight PGA Junior League Golf Regional competition sites by the PGA of America and will host the Midwest Regional Sept. 9-10.
12. Celebrate Robin Yount's Ride with free motorcycle parking & bobblehead on May 28
Bikers, this is your call to take a free ride to Miller Park on Sunday, May 28 when the Crew celebrates Robin Yount's iconic ride around the County Stadium warning track with a Bobblehead. The Brewers are offering free parking to any fan who rides a motorcycle to the park.
13. Bucks summer basketball camps return, with twice as many sessions
The Bucks are inviting the next generation of basketball stars to hone their skills this summer during the annual Milwaukee Bucks Basketball Camps presented by Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin health network. This year's camps will include 23 sessions across Wisconsin.
14. Brewers Beyond the Diamond community initiative returns
The Milwaukee Brewers today announced the return of the organization's community initiative, "Beyond the Diamond," which features a series of outreach events that will take place throughout the season.
15. The 2017 "Vote Brewers" All-Star campaign has begun
The Brewers are counting on fans to fill the ballot boxes with All-Star votes to send their hometown favorites to this year's Midsummer Classic in Miami. Fans have consistently proved to the rest of the league that it doesn't take the largest market to be heard, and this year the call is out to vote early and vote often.
16. Packers sign free-agent guard Jahri Evans to replace T.J. Lang
The Green Bay Packers have signed G Jahri Evans. Ted Thompson, Executive Vice President, General Manager and Director of Football Operations, announced the signing Wednesday.
17. Brewers' annual "Field of Sweet Dreams" Miller Park sleepover set for Aug. 5
The ninth annual "Field of Sweet Dreams," is set to take place on Aug. 5. Fans of all ages are invited to bring their camping gear and spend the night under the stars at Miller Park. Tickets will go on sale to the public April 28 at 10 a.m.
18. Bucks, Delta partner to reward travelers wearing team gear at airport
For the next three days, Delta gate agents at Mitchell International Airport will allow anyone wearing Bucks gear to receive priority boarding along with premium cabin and diamond medallion passengers.
19. A.J. Hawk is retiring as a member of the Packers
Former linebacker A.J. Hawk, who played nine seasons (2006-14) in Green Bay, has informed the club of his decision to retire with the Packers, GM Ted Thompson announced Tuesday. Hawk ranks No. 1 in franchise history (since 1975) with 1,118 career tackles.
20. Brewers' "Tax Day Triple Play" deal offers tickets for $4.18 today
The Brewers are going to make sure Tax Day is not a drag with the "Tax Day Triple Play" offer. For today only, the Milwaukee Brewers are offering tickets for just $4.18 for the April 24-26 contests against the Cincinnati Reds.
21. Brewers, Toyota, local media team up for charity Wiffle ball home run derby
The Wisconsin Toyota Dealers, Brewers Community Foundation, the Milwaukee Brewers and local media are teaming up to swing for the fences in the "Brewers Community Foundation & Toyota Wiffle Ball Home Run Derby" at Miller Park on Tuesday, April 25.
22. Admirals, Predators extend affiliation agreement through 2021-22
Milwaukee Admirals Owner and CEO Harris Turer and Nashville Predators President of Hockey Operations/General Manager David Poile announced today that the two clubs have extended their affiliation agreement for five years, taking the long-standing partnership through the 2021-22 season.
23. Brewers' "Hitting 4 the Cycle" benefit bike ride will return Aug. 12
The Brewers Community Foundation is proud to announce the return of the "Hitting 4 the Cycle" benefit bike ride on Saturday, August 12. Registrants will participate in a 25-mile route that starts and ends at Miller Park, followed by a tailgate party in the parking lots.
24. Admirals set first two home playoff game dates
Milwaukee Admirals President Jon Greenberg announced today that the team will play home playoff games on Wednesday, April 26 and, if necessary, Friday April 28. Both games will be at 7 pm at UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena.
25. Bucks announce playoff schedule for first-round series vs. Raptors
The Bucks will tip off the 2017 NBA Playoffs in Toronto on Saturday, April 15, at 4:30 p.m., the league announced last night. The game will be televised nationally on ESPN and locally on FOX Sports Wisconsin, and can also be heard on 620 WTMJ and the Bucks statewide radio network.