Posts tagged Milwaukee Brewers
No Regrets From Brew Crew's Counsell

You may have heard that Craig Counsell, the manager of the Milwaukee Brewers, has a pretty neat backstory. His dad worked in the Brewers public relations department when Counsell was a kid.

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Post-Season Most Popular Award: Jesus Aguilar

Professional sports and the media coverage of them has a coastal bias. Teams in California and New York tend to get more screen time than those in the mid-west. As a result, the players on clubs in the middle of the country can find it difficult to breakthrough the noise and become familiar faces in a league full of talent.

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NLCS Preview: Dodgers vs Brewers

This is where the Los Angeles Dodgers always planned to end up. As one of MLB’s perennial big spenders, anything less than the game’s semi-finals would be inadequate. For the Milwaukee Brewers, an NLCS appearance this season seemed possible…

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NLDS Rockies vs Brewers: Analysis and Predictions

The Colorado Rockies entered the playoffs as the second-highest scoring offense in the entire National League. All of the sudden, they’ve gone cold, and the frustration has been evident. Chris Iannetta broke a bat over his leg following a strikeout. Nolan Arenado couldn’t stop talking to himself after whiffing on a badly hung breaking ball. Colorado has yet to score more than two runs in a game this postseason, and it has them on the brink of a swift exit.

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Data Analysis on True Value of Home Field Advantage in the Playoff

From 2003 until 2017, Major League Baseball tried something different. Rather than giving home field advantage in the World Series to the team that won more games during the regular season, it was determined based on the outcome of each season’s All-Star Game. Just about everyone around the league hated this system, and it was eventually scrapped. But why the vitriol? Does it really make a difference where the games are played?

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