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Since David Stearns arrived in Milwaukee, he’s made a clear and conscious effort to prove that he loves stacking players up the middle and for good reason. But that hasn’t stopped a black hole from forming behind the mound.
The 2018 Milwaukee Brewers went from being an oversight to one-seed to underdog falling one game shy of a National League pennant and their first World Series appearance since 1982. There’s a lot to unpack.
Three more points of interest after five NLCS contests between the Milwaukee Brewers and Los Angeles Dodgers
Three points of interest in the first two NLCS tilts between the Milwaukee Brewers and Los Angeles Dodgers
Monday’s division championship-clinching victory over the hated Chicago Cubs at Wrigley is more than a win. It marks the turning of the page to a new chapter in Brewers history.
Forgive us, we know not what we do. Moreover, we don’t care.
Christian Yelich’s MVP stock is skyrocketing, but he may not even be the most valuable player in the Milwaukee Brewers outfield.