The sports world is littered with inspirational catchphrases - and every single one of them applies to the Milwaukee Brewers right now. But so what if the Brewers are down 3-2? The Dodgers don't scare me, and they shouldn't scare you either.
Starting tonight at 7:30 p.m. on OnMilwaukee's Facebook page, Brew Crew personality Tim Dillard will host "Tim Dillard's Living Room Pregame Show, presented by Potawatomi and broadcast from our very fancy, high-tech Sports Broadcast HQ (aka Dillard's living room).
The Crew is now just one round away from the World Series and capturing their first National League pennant in franchise history. But, of course, you've got to beat the champ to be the champ. Here are the areas to watch going into the series.
The Brewers won 12 in a row so George Webb is ready to give away free celebratory burgers next week.
Today, as the Brewers prepare to put out the Dodgers' fire in the opening game of the 2018 National League Championship Series at Miller Park, Mayor Tom Barrett unveiled a Brewers-themed fire hydrant in front of City Hall.
The Brewers are back in the NLCS for the first time since 2011, and Miller Park needs to be rocking on Friday night. So we pulled seven of the best videos that are sure to send your Brew Crew fever through the roof.
AJ Bombers, 1247 N. Water St., Downtown, and in the Mayfair Collection, 11340 W. Burleigh St., in Wauwatosa, is rebranding as Bernie's Bombers for the duration of the National League Championship against the Dodgers, which kicks off Friday night.
Buckle up, Brewers fans: The upcoming National League Championship Series between the Crew and the L.A. Dodgers is going to be a blast. And to help you tune into every game of this massive series, here's a viewing guide.
There are plenty of reasons to love Brewers catcher Erik Kratz. And here's another one: The guy was a pitchman for turkey bacon.
OnMilwaukee.com caught up with the third generation Major Leaguer as his Los Angeles Dodgers were in town to play the Milwaukee Brewers. Hairston, Jr. has been coming to Milwaukee for years as an opponent, but last season he spent 45 games with the Brewers as a late-season acquisition. The veteran didn't disappoint, hitting .274 with 18 extra-base hits during the season and then a robust .361 in the playoffs. Here what he has to say about the 2011 playoff push, Brewers fans and where he absolutely must go for a steak in Milwaukee.
I've never quite understood why Opening Day is such a big deal. I've covered a few, been to a few as a spectator, but it always felt like just another game.
Another baseball season has come and gone here in Milwaukee and what a season it was. The 2011 Brewers set a franchise record with 96 regular season victories, won their division for the first time in 29 years and advanced to the National League Championship Series before falling to the Cardinals in Game 6. How did this year's team stack up? Andrew Wagner offers his grades.
The Brewers' trip to the National League Championship Series marked just the fourth postseason appearance in the franchise's 41-season history, including one year as the Seattle Pilots. Here's a look at the franchise's previous playoff teams.
How could the Milwaukee Brewers - our team of destiny, the better team, the team we love so much - lose to the St. Louis Cardinals?
It's been a long night and a long few weeks but before I grab a few hours of sleep, I wanted to take a moment and share my very quick observations on the National League playoffs.