When the Cubs go “Patriots”

It all started innocently enough. The Brewers and Cubs played a May 19th disaster of a slopfest including a two hour rain delay. It soaked Chicago and Wrigley, and made everyone miserable, including the home faithful who saw the Cubs lose. The sun set, the sun rose, and a new day dawned. A lovely, bright, […]

The Continued Costs of Miller Park

The Turn

The Brewers continue to hang around after a strong west coast road trip. After a Tuesday night stinker by Matt Garza, the club split against St. Louis thanks to a getaway win yesterday afternoon. Milwaukee flexed their home run muscle, and Corey Knebel withstood a ninth inning rally thanks to Keon Broxton’s timely glove. Broxton […]