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.
The Brewers season is on life support, and outside of another inhuman Christian Yelich tear, it's difficult to see how they will muster up enough strength for another torrid September. But there is a glimmer of hope - starting this weekend.
The Chicago Cubs are back in town this weekend, but there is a silver lining: So is Central Standard's L Flag Bourbon.
After a dramatic 163rd regular season game against their I-94 rivals in 2018, the Milwaukee Brewers hosted the Chicago Cubs for their first series of the new season. Here is our breakdown of the Brewers' win over the Chicago Cubs by the numbers.
The Chicago Cubs have taken a lot of Ls to start the 2019 baseball season - so let's add one more! This one comes courtesy of Central Standard, its new L Flag Bourbon and the inspiration behind this small-batch beverage.
The Brewers' regular season has been so magical, it made an extra game appear. Game 163, the battle for the Central Division, will take place tomorrow at noon, pitting the Crew and the Cubs in one final regular season fight.
Every time the Brewers have found success and happiness in their history, the St. Louis Cardinals have seemingly been there to kill it. But not this season, as the Brewers clinched a playoff spot over their dreaded rivals Wednesday night.
A sweep this week at Wrigley Field would catapult Milwaukee into first place for the first time since July 31.
Debating the existence of rivalries can be a fruitless conversation, but if Brewers fans want to call it a rivalry, they at least have to show up to the games.
Warning, fellow Milwaukeeans: The following video - featuring a politician with a 15 percent approval rating getting in the face of a Cubs fan, topped off by a Cubs home run - may be the saddest, most unpleasant and most depressing thing you see this year.
Milwaukee is already renowned for baseball's best tailgate scene, and this year the Brewers are teaming with Block Party Suites to create a destination that makes it even better for their fun-loving fans. Introducing Miller Park's new Brew Crew Bar.
It's time to say goodbye to 2016 (thank god) and ring in the new year. But before we do, here are the best - and just a bit of the worst - of what 2016 had to offer, according to OnMilwaukee pop culture editor Matt Mueller.
Merriam-Webster recently selected "surreal" as the 2016 word of the year. Sounds about right. From pop culture to politics, from the unprecedented to the unbelievable, here are columnist Sherwin Hughes' 10 biggest stories from the year that was.
Despite some of our sacrilegious, seemingly pro-Chicago content the past couple weeks, we here at OnMilwaukee love the Brewers and don't like the Cubs, who, as we predicted, won the World Series or whatever. But there's one thing to always remember, Wisconsin.
An uncomfortable reality washed over me last night as I watched the Cubs perform the ceremonial handshakes on Progressive Field after their Game 6 win: The Cubs are going to win this World Series, aren't they?