Brewers Make Right Call By Retaining Ron Roenicke

Last Friday, Milwaukee Brewers general manager Doug Melvin announced that Ron Roenicke will return to manage the team in 2015. It ended nearly two weeks of speculation about Roenicke’s job security following an astonishing September collapse by the Brewers.

Jonathan Lucroy Becoming the New Face of the Milwaukee Brewers

Thanks to his breakout 2014 season, Jonathan Lucroy is quickly supplanting Ryan Braun as the face of the Milwaukee Brewers franchise.

2014 Milwaukee Brewers: Top 10 Wins of the First Half

The first half of the 2014 season has been quite eventful for the Milwaukee Brewers, as they’ve done everything from scoring three runs on a wild pitch to literally hitting the cover off of a baseball. Through it all, they’ve been one of the biggest surprises in the MLB, boasting a 53-43 record and a one-game lead in the NL Central entering the All-Star break.

Last Call for 2014 MLB All-Star Balloting

It is last call for Major League Baseball All-Star voting, with the final deadline at midnight Eastern Time on July 3. Will voters get it right? Ever since online voting became the primary balloting method, that has mostly been the case.

Milwaukee Brewers Thriving In Dog Days of April

The Milwaukee Brewers are off to one of the best starts in franchise history, and have baseball’s best record. How have they done it? Read on to find out.

2014 Milwaukee Brewers Season Preview

The 2013 season was one to forget for the Milwaukee Brewers.

Yes, their 74-88 record fell short of expectations and was the franchise’s worst mark since 2004, but that doesn’t do justice to how much of a train-wreck their season actually was.

Milwaukee restaurant group next in line to cut ties with Ryan Braun

Even though Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun tried to recoup some of the goodwill that he lost when he was suspended for 65 games this season by personally calling a number of Brewers season ticket holders, it looks like it’s a week where he will take one step forward but two steps back.

Ryan Braun should return the 2011 NL MVP trophy

Finally. Suspended Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun finally said something.

Braun admitted to a number of things, including being in denial, using a “cream and lozenge” and he also apologized to sample collector Dino Laurenzi Jr.

MLB’s PED Epidemic has ruined baseball role models

The Little League World Series is now on TV, and besides watching the game, the part that interests me the most is the children telling us who their favorite baseball player is before every game. My favorite player when I was in Little League was Mark Grace. His great fielding skills (he won four Gold Gloves), reliability at the plate and even his batting stance influenced how I played the game as a child.

Report: Ryan Braun claimed Dino Laurenzi, Jr. was an anti-Semite

If you were still wondering just how despicable Ryan Braun’s actions were in the wake of his positive test for elevated levels of testosterone late in the 2011 baseball season, I think we may have finally hit rock bottom.

Report: Alex Rodriguez associates leaked other Biogenesis names to media

A new bombshell was dropped in the Biogenesis scandal surrounding New York Yankees third baseman Alex Rodriguez and this one is a doozy. ESPN is reporting that members of Rodriguez’s inner circle leaked the names of Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun and his own teammate, Francisco Cervelli, to the media in the scandal.

Milwaukee Brewers to give away over $3.5 million in vouchers in August

On Monday, the Brewers’ head honcho, chairman and principal owner Mark Attanasio, announced that any fan that passes through the Miller Park gates will receive a $10 voucher to use on nearly anything in the park.

Aaron Rodgers “shocked’ and ‘disappointed” in Ryan Braun

Probably even more than Ryan Braun himself, the state of Wisconsin has been waiting to hear from one of his best buds, Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers about Braun’s being suspended for the final 65 games of the 2013 season.

MLB attendance: media myths versus statistical realities

I usually avoid sports talk radio since it’s often banal and society has more important issues, but while doing business Tuesday in Chicago I caught myself listening to the trivialities of wannabe athletes and ex-athletes on three different channels throughout the morning. Windy City Talk radio is as “passionate” as anywhere outside of New York, which also means it’s wholly ignorant of what goes on outside their immediate area.

Alex Rodriguez plans to appeal potential suspension

USA Today’s Bob Nightengale reports that Rodriguez has no intention of negotiating a settlement with Major League Baseball and plans to appeal any suspension that is handed down.