Baseball has been very, very good to Broken Bat Brewing, which opened its seven-barrel brewery at 231 E. Buffalo St., in the Third Ward, in 2017. As it preps for a move to bigger quarters, Wizard Works has announced it will take over the old space.
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.
The Milwaukee Brewers are doing their darndest to make sure Miller Park doesn't turn into Wrigley Field North again this year. Now we'll see if it makes any difference, with the Chicago Cubs in town for a four-game series.
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 New York Yankees visited Miller Park over the weekend, and baseball fans from in (and around) Milwaukee were able to watch Derek Jeter play for three days. While the 20-year veteran didn't do anything "amazing" - this opportunity was something special. Seeing a future Hall of Famer always is.
As a baseball fan, do you want to go to a ballpark full of history, or one where you can spend three hours comfortably?
When my dad and I head off to a new stadium on our trip, it's an unwritten rule that we always try to root for the home team. Normally, it's very easy. Then again, normally we don't visit the stadium of our arch rival.
Some have suggested that Bret Bielema and the Badgers were running up the score in an 83-20 victory over Indiana last week at Camp Randall Stadium. Nothing could be further from the truth.
It may ruffle feathers, raise hackles and incite a stream of angry Talkbacks, but the atmosphere at Wrigley Field was better on opening day than at Miller Park.
Despite going 0 for 4 last night, Mike Cameron is back in the lead-off spot tonight when Ben Sheets and the Brewers face the Cubs at Wrigley Field.
They had a new manager. A different lineup. And their ace on the mound. Still, none of that was enough to help the Brewers snap their losing ways and they now trail the Mets in the Wild Card race.
Dale Sveum makes his managerial debut tonight when CC Sabathia and the Brewers take on the Cubs at Wrigley Field.
The Brewers are back in front, 4-3, after a sacrifice fly by Tony Gwynn, Jr. David Riske will try to close out the 10th.
With the Brewers slated to open their season this afternoon at Wrigley Field (weather permitting), we caught up with Marquette University grad Len Kasper, who is entering his fourth season as the TV voice of the Cubs.
The Brewers travel to venerable Wrigley Field for a weekend series with the Interstate 94 rival Cubs, then return to Miller Park for the home opener on Monday. Read about it in the Brew Crew Review edition of Weekend Sports Buzz.