With the uncertainty related to hosting events this fall and winter, the Milwaukee Brewers announced today that the annual winter festival, Brewers On Deck, will not be staged in 2021.
Brewers Gold Glove center fielder Lorenzo Cain announced today that he will opt out of the remaining 2020 baseball season due to concerns about the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The already-delayed home opener for the Milwaukee Brewers is even more delayed, as Friday afternoon's game against the St. Louis Cardinals has been postponed due to a positive COVID-19 test.
For better or worse (much worse in the case of the Brewers' bats), baseball returned this weekend. Let's talk about what worked, what didn't and our generally conflicted feelings about new baseball in our new normal.
While we may not be able to watch from the seats at a game, much less at our usual tailgates or even just at a regular crowded bar, we can still cheer on the Crew while being safe and social distanced with the help of some local outdoor bar patios.
You may not be able to grab seats at Miller Park for this fan-free, COVID-shortened season, but now you can get the actual seats themselves to watch the games.
The Brewers are already looking ahead to 2021 as the team today released its schedule for next (hopefully normal) season.
Don't worry if you swung and missed at that first pitch, because the Brewers are giving you another at bat, putting another round of "Cutout Crew" fake fans in the stands on sale Tuesday morning.
MLB announced the schedule for the upcoming COVID-shortened 60-game season on Monday night, revealing that the Brewers will start their 2020 campaign on Friday, July 24 on the road against ï¿½" who else? ï¿½" the Chicago Cubs at Wrigley Field.
Today, The Athletic released the results of a stadium survey it conducted among baseball fans. So how did Miller Park rate? Find out here.
For the third year in a row, the Brewers have won the season before it even started with a video spoof - this time, in a pick befitting their new retro-tastic look, they're doing their best impression of the '80s classic "Back to the Future."
"Turning 50: The Brewers Celebrate a Half-Century in Milwaukee,â€ by longtime Brewers beat reporter Tom Haudricourt, traces 50 years of Brew City baseball. In this excerpt, the author discusses the 1982 World Series.
It seemed like an agreement would never happen, but major league baseball is coming back for 2020 with a 60-game regular season expected to begin on either July 23 or 24.
The Ballpark Commons home of the Milwaukee Milkmen baseball team has gotten a new name.
Broken Bat Brewing is finally opening its taproom this week after a long delay fueled by the coronavirus outbreak. We got a peek inside to show you what you can expect when you see the new brewery and bar.