While we're all stuck inside, there is still a way to explore and pay tribute to our great city: the movies. Here are seven movies you can stream where Milwaukee wasn't the star, but it was in our hearts.
Thanks to the Brewers playoff run, Milwaukee's own Bob Uecker, whose celebrity builds every year, is now being introduced to new generations. So here are some facts about the man we call Mr. Baseball.
It's Opening Day for the Milwaukee Brewers, but the excitement doesn't have to be limited to Miller Park. Here are five terrific baseball movies that are definitely worth calling out of the bullpen and pitching on your screen today.
A petition has been created to have Brewers broadcaster Bob Uecker replace FOX's Joe Buck for the matchup between the long-suffering Cleveland Indians and the even longer-suffering Chicago Cubs. More than 15,000 baseball fans had signed it on Change.org, as of Monday morning.
It's hard to believe that the classic baseball comedy, "Major League," is 25 years old. Filmed largely in Milwaukee, everyone here of a "certain age" seems to have a story to tell about the making of the movie.
The Milwaukee Brewers announced that Bob Uecker will be honored on Aug. 31 with a statue outside of Miller Park.
With tax incentives designed to lure filmmakers to Wisconsin on pause, we hit rewind and look back at a few films that gave the Dairy State a taste of Tinseltown.
The debate about the best and worst sports movies of all time is a perpetual argument without any satisfactory resolution. But, here is another idea. If you could attend one sporting event from the movies, what would it be? Would it be a fight from "Rocky" or a game from "Bull Durham"? Would it be the classic scene from "Pride of the Yankees" or the title game from "Hoosiers" or something else?
Buy me some popcorn and Cracker Jack. Because Miller Park is becoming a drive-in. No, the Brewers haven't thrown in the towel on baseball, but they are turning Miller Park parking lots into a drive-in movie theater on June 5-6 and Aug. 7-8.
You don't have to convince me that Milwaukee is a major league city, especially when it comes to sports. Today, the staff at bleacherreport.com takes note and calls Milwaukee a "Top Five Major League Underdog Town."
With the Brewers in the playoffs, many Milwaukeeans are thinking about the movie "Major League." Here is a clip guaranteed to provide a unique perspective on the movie, which was filmed at County Stadium.
Heading out to catch the Indians and Angels, but not sure what to wear? Donâ€™t worry, a local Milwaukee T-shirt maker has you covered.
Stymied by snow on what was supposed to be their season-opening homestand, the Cleveland Indians will take up residence at Miller Park this week for a series against the Los Angeles Angels.
Soccer and NASCAR might not seem like compatible sports, but OMC sports columnist Dave Begel thinks that both have problems grabbing the public's attention in a crowded entertainment marketplace.
In Milwaukee, we know soon-to-be Hall of Fame accouncer Bob Uecker as the voice of the Brewers. Outside Wisconsin, Mr. Baseball is known for a lot more. We caught up with Uecke to reflect on his diverse career.