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1. 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.
2. 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.
3. 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.
4. 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.
5. 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.
6. 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.
7. 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.
8. 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.
9. 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.
10. Brewers TV crew gives Korean broadcast call of Eric Thames' first home run
New Brewer Eric Thames spent the previous three years playing in the Korean baseball league, where he hit a whopping 124 home runs. To that country's TV audience, those dingers probably sounded a lot like what Wisconsin viewers were treated to Wednesday.
11. Local personality Mike Heller to guest host "The Dan Patrick Show" next week
Once again, Madison-based sports radio personality Mike Heller is getting called up to the big leagues, as he'll guest host "The Dan Patrick Show," with its large and loyal national audience, all of next week.
12. Bucks partner with Prostar to provide flooring needs for new training center
A 25-year relationship continues as the Milwaukee Bucks announced today that they will team up with Prostar Surfaces, Inc., to provide flooring needs at the new Froedtert & the Medical College of Wisconsin Sports Science Center.
13. Who are these guys?
The Brewers lost 89 games in 2016, finishing 30.5 behind the Cubs. Then they got rid of Chris Carter, Martin Maldonado and Tyler Thornburg. Is there anywhere to go but up?
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14. Brewers' enhancements to Ballpark app include food, beverage finders
The Milwaukee Brewers today revealed several new features on " Ballpark App," including interactive food and beverage finders and an artificial intelligence response system. "Ballpark" is free to download and available for smartphones and tablets.
15. Bucks announce Johnson Controls as "smart building" partner for new arena
The Milwaukee Bucks announced today a new partnership with Johnson Controls, a global multi-industrial leader, to become the official "smart building" partner for the new Wisconsin Entertainment & Sports Center in Downtown Milwaukee.
16. Admirals host annual Battle of the Badges Game on Saturday
The Admirals will host the annual Battle of the Badges Game this Saturday, April 1 at UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena. Area law enforcement and area firefighters will square off in a double header with doors opening at 11:30 am.
17. Brewers announce details for Opening Day ceremonies
Opening Day at Miller Park is less than a week away as the Milwaukee Brewers will host the Colorado Rockies on Monday, April 3. Here are some important details for the Opening Day ceremonies.
18. No, Aaron Rodgers' Green Bay house is not currently for sale
Yesterday, the sports blogosphere created quite the "ZOMG!" stir after a few outlets posted that Aaron Rodgers was selling his Green Bay-area home. But before Packers fans could become too excited or aghast, the buzz balloon was quickly punctured. Why?
19. Greater Milwaukee Golf Show, March 17-19, gears up Wisconsin for U.S. Open
The Greater Milwaukee Golf Show will warm up Wisconsin golfers for the 2017 U.S. Open Championship at Erin Hills by kicking off the golf season at its annual event, March 17-19. The golf show will feature the latest equipment and techniques, education and contests.
20. Admirals welcome back Cheap Trick to play postgame concert Friday
The Admirals are proud to welcome back Classic Rock Legends and Rock 'n' Roll Hall of Fame inductees Cheap Trick to perform after the Ads host the IceHogs at 7 p.m. as part of the Admirals Concert Series this Friday, March 10 at UW-Milwaukee Panther Arena.
21. Bucks sign Terrence Jones for rest of season, release Axel Toupane
The Milwaukee Bucks have signed forward Terrence Jones to a contract for the remainder of the season, General Manager John Hammond announced today. In a related move, Axel Toupane has been released from his 10-day contract.
22. Bucks-Daktronics partnership includes new scoreboards for area youth centers
As part of its new joint community platform, Daktronics will create 10,000 packages of Bucks player cards for MPD officers to distribute throughout the community. Additionally, Daktronics has pledged to provide six new scoreboards for area youth and recreation centers.
23. Hunger Task Force's Match Madness MKE doubles donations March 1-12
Hunger Task Force kicked off "Match Madness MKE" yesterday, a community fundraising campaign to support hunger relief for Milwaukee families. For the second consecutive year, this program strikes hunger at a time when brackets and competitions are top of mind in the community.
24. "Game of Thrones Night" is coming to Miller Park this season, Brewers fans
Head down The King's road and journey to Castle Miller Park for "Game of Thrones Night" on the 15th of August. The House Brewers of Milwaukee will send their regards to the wildling Pirates from beyond the wall of Pittsburgh.
25. Corey Hart, Lew Burdette to be inducted into Miller Park Walls of Honor
The Milwaukee Brewers announced that former Milwaukee Braves pitcher Lew Burdette will be inducted into the "Milwaukee Braves Wall of Honor" and former Brewers outfielder/first baseman Corey Hart will be inducted into the "Brewers Wall of Honor."