Kenley Jansen is one of the best closers in baseball. He has been a steady force for the Los Angeles Dodgers throughout the years. There were moments where Jansen looked beatable, but he still is feared. Any time Los Angeles faced Milwaukee and dealing with
On this week’s edition of the Tapping The Keg podcast, Charlie & Mitch put a bow on the MIlwaukee Brewers season and also wonder what is next for the Brew Crew this offseason. They also talk about how they’re not ready to take the Chicago
Milwaukee Brewers’ season is finished. It’s over. Just like that. We do not have the Milwaukee Brewers anymore to root for or get excited about. Bart Winkler of 1250 The Fan pointed out how the season ends so quickly compared to the other sports. He’s
Yesterday, we all had to endure watching the Milwaukee Brewers in the early afternoon. If we had a job where it was easy to watch, not a problem. But there were somewhere the game could not be viewed. That absolutely stinks. That said, those people
Yesterday marked the 10-year anniversary of Nyjer Morgan hitting a walk-off base hit to put the Milwaukee Brewers through to the NLCS. I can vividly remember where I was for that game and all that transpired before and after. For some reason, I ended up
As some might know, I have a day job. That’s why I cannot create content throughout the day. As much as I would like to, that’s just not in the cards right now. I had a meeting around 3:30p where my phone wasn’t on me.
There is a reason to be optimistic if you’re a Wisconsin sports fan today. As mentioned yesterday, I wanted to start doing a daily thing on the blog where we checked the feelings of Wisconsin Sports fans each day. Some might think ‘Why talk about
One part of the Milwaukee Bucks winning the NBA Championship was the fans outside the arena. They played a role. If the role was simply showing support, they did. The fan base showed out for the Bucks’ games with it being as large as 25,000
If you know me, I like to try new things on the blog. On the podcast last week, I announced that I would be scaling back on my blogs. When I said that, I didn’t know what that was, to be honest. It felt forced.
Milwaukee Brewers took a while to do it, but they finally got it done. After losing five straight games during the week, Milwaukee turned it around and swept the New York Mets to win the National League Central on Sunday afternoon. Conspiracy theorists might say