Sunday night's episodes bothered to dig into the lowest points of MJ's career - and, in the process, became the highest point of "The Last Dance" thus far.
During a recent I-94 series, I went to Wrigley and spotted a few Brewers fans. But just a few. There's hardly a better place to road trip to a ballgame than the Windy City. Here are some tips for a sports-fueled jaunt to see the Brewers face the Cubs at Wrigley Field.
The Cubs are awful. The Sox are struggling to stay in the pennant race. The Bulls didn't sign Lebron. The Bears have looked terrible in the preseason. There's only one question on the minds of Chicago sports fans.
I've attended somewhere around 1,500 Brewers games since 1995, but I never get asked about them as often as when I sit next to my friend, Mark Simons, aka "The Doorman."
The former Brewers pitcher gets a promotion with the Chicago White Sox.
Watching playoff baseball is often a learning experience. And if the Brewers are paying attention, they might pick up a few pointers from the Chicago White Sox.
It's not like Chicago and Houston are two of baseball's smallest, struggling, markets, but you have to admit, baseball is finally starting to get things right.
Phil Garner might manage in the NL now, but he is no stranger to the White Sox. In fact, the Astros' manager might have had his most intense rivalry with the Chicago South Siders back in the days when he managed the Brewers.
Neither Brady Clark nor Mike Adams was drafted, but both could play key roles for the Brewers this season. Read about them, Cactus League notes and the weekend sports in this Brew Crew Review edition of the Sports Buzz.