Brewers fans had nothing to complain about Sunday afternoon as Milwaukee completed their three-game NLDS sweep of the Colorado Rockies at Coors Field. OK, well, they had ONE thing to complain about.
After the Brewers/Rockies series, either Milwaukee or Denver gets free MillerCoors beer.
Earlier today, Bierstadt Lagerhaus, a craft brewery in Denver, Col., challenged Milwaukee's Lakefront Brewery with a baseball-themed wager.
Monday's excitement is well in the past now. It's time for the playoffs, as the Brew Crew takes on the Colorado Rockies in the National League Division Series. Who's got the edge?
The Sporting News announced that Miller Park has been voted the Best Ballpark in its online poll of baseball fans. The home of the Brewers, which was seeded No. 12 at the outset and eventually defeated No. 2 Fenway Park to take the title after a series of match-ups in a tournament-style contest.
Follow along as the Brewers and Rockies face off at Miller Park.
The underdog suit no longer fits in Boston, where the Red Sox are poised to win another championship and overtake the Yankees as the "Evil Empire."
The baseball playoffs start with a "win-or-go-home" showdown between San Diego and Colorado.
I recently had my first "Al Gore moment." It came while on our family vacation in the Rocky Mountains in Colorado.
After more than a month of pleasant weather, the Brewers saw their preseason preparations altered by heavy rain and a sudden hailstorm that prompted the cancellation of an exhibition game against Colorado.
Alexander MacGregor, who was raised in Milwaukee and served as a newspaper publisher in Oconomowoc, helped fight off a land grab by an Irish lord in the Rocky Mountains and served as a pioneer in the area.
You can debate all day whether the Brewers got enough in return, but dealing outfielder Jeromy Burnitz made sense, according to The Brew Crew Review. See analysis of this week's trade in this column.