Marquette Wire

LOCICERO: Brewers run has truly been incredible

Michael LoCicero

September 25, 2012

Filed under Sports

The Milwaukee Brewers are truly amazing. On Aug. 16, I told a co-worker in Iowa that the Brewers would go 35-5 and make the playoffs. OK, so they had 46 games left and have gone 27-10 since then. But consider this: they were 53-64 at the time and were 11.5 games behind Pittsburgh for t...

Brewers: Brewers sponsor first annual half-marathon PS1 AB2 MT3

Monique Collins

September 20, 2012

Filed under News

The Milwaukee Brewers will host its first "Brewers Mini Marathon" this Saturday to benefit the Midwest Athletes Against Childhood Cancer Fund. “The opportunity to help an organization that is dedicated to making the lives of...

SEEMAN: A modest Brewers proposal

Tim Seeman

April 5, 2011

Filed under Featured, Sports

The shroud of opening day firework smoke obscuring Miller Park's new scoreboard has hardly dissipated from the stadium and already I'm fed up with these Milwaukee Brewers. After the Cincinnati Reds swept them out of Ohio ove...

SEEMAN: Baseball is in the air

Tim Seeman

February 22, 2011

Filed under Featured, Sports

The human mind works in funny ways. The slightest stimuli serve as reminders of the finer things in life. Let me hit you with an example. Last Wednesday, with the sun warming my face instead of just burning out my eye socke...

MLB snooze-fest 2010

Tim Seeman

October 5, 2010

Filed under Featured, Sports

If you were listening closely Sunday, you may have heard the far-off crack of a baseball hitting a bat: the last hit of the Major League Baseball regular season. I've perceived almost every hit of 2010 like this, from some incal...

SCHMIDT: The Midwest’s bitter(sweet) rivalries

Erik Schmidt

September 9, 2010

Filed under Sports

Ninety miles of graying, midwestern freeway, bushy Ditka moustaches and beer battered brats, a training ground for blue collared workers who live and die by their sports teams: The Brew Crew. The Lovable Losers. Monsters of the...

GROVER: Tailgate Like a Champ

Eric Grover

April 20, 2010

Filed under Featured, Sports

Tailgating is a privilege, not a right. Sad to say, but it’s true. Not all professional sports teams permit lounging on their premises. Last week, Los Angeles police arrested more than 130 Dodgers fans for doing just that — having a couple beers in public....