The Los Angeles Times is reporting that Brewers' star Ryan Braun - who is in the final year of his current contract in Milwaukee - has listed his Downtown condo for sale.
As of last Friday, it's official. Brewers' MVP Christian Yelich is going to bat for the Leinenkugel team.
Feel like having a beer with Brewers' MVP Christian Yelich? Well, on Friday at 5 p.m., you can join him and Leinie's Dick Leinenkugel for a virtual happy hour in a Leinenkugel's Instagram live.
Too Much Metal's Fred Gillich says that his 414 Lager, brewed by Mike Brenner's Vernacular Brewing, has nearly sold out of its first batch and a new one is coming.
In a better timeline, we'd be watching new Milwaukee Brewers infielder Jedd Gyorko hit home runs. Unfortunately, we're currently living in the worst timeline, so Gyorko hitting cornhole trick shots will have to do.
Searching for the perfect way to celebrate 414 Milwaukee Day? Buy local - and buy often - from this guide of 100 Milwaukee gifts.
"You know that saying, `When life gives you lemons, make lemonade?' That's exactly what we're sharing," said Anne Zizzo, founder and chief executive officer of Zizzo Group, which has launched the Share Lemonade campaign with Fox6.
The world's in rough shape right now, and according to all the experts, it's going to get worse before it gets better. So let's take five minutes for a quick smile courtesy of Milwaukee Brewers star Christian Yelich and a kid in need of a catch.
The Brewers and Cubs may not have been able to take the field today to continue their heated rivalry, but thanks to a new bobblehead, the not-so-friendly competition found a way to live on this unusual Opening Day.
While the start date of the 2020 Brewers season remains in questions, it's nonetheless the Crew's 50th anniversary season, and Triumph Books understandably tapped veteran beat reporter Adam McCalvy to write "The Milwaukee Brewers at 50."
For three years, I was a proud member of the Milwaukee Brewers Brew Crew. The job mostly entails doing odd jobs of various levels of boredom around the stadium. But the main draw of the gig - other than getting essentially paid to go to games - was, every so often, getting to compete in the sixth inning sausage race.
Thanks to recent reports of a significant contract extension, it seems we'll have several more years of Christian Yelich to love. But before we get too far ahead of ourselves, let's take a look back at some of our favorite Yelich moments and headlines, on and off the field.
The Milwaukee Brewers have signed outfielder Christian Yelich to a nine-year contract through the 2028 season with a mutual option for 2029. Yelich had previously been signed through the 2021 season with a club option for 2022.
The new dining spot, which is improbably still called Restaurant To Be Named Later, announced today that it will officially open its doors on Friday, March 6.