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Pete and Jerry kick off Sunday morning reminiscing about old sitcoms, specifically the special "drug" episodes. The boys bounce around talking Pats offseason, Red Sox spring training and the weird story about Cavs guard Kyrie Irving and flat Earth theories.
Butch Stearns, Trenni Kusnierek, and Chris Villani discuss the lack of fans watching the Bruins and Celtics during the regular season
36 to 37. LM: If you look at Mike Cameron's last three or four years, you might say yes. But keep in mind that Miller Park is a very good hitter's ballpark and Fenway isn't exactly as good as a home run hitter's park as most would think. With that
when the Brewers wear their classic, 1982-era uniforms and hats, or a Sunday, when they have the sausage races at Miller Park ? Thanks. -- To: Dale and Holley, I can’t figure out why Felger is on the show when he obviously has such disdain for the station and the callers’ opinions. What is the reason he is on again? I usually love to listen to the daily banter
that I’m very thankful for and very appreciative.” Commissioner (and former Brewers owner) Bud Selig was at Miller Park for the game. “Fans are fans,” Selig said. “That’s the way it’s supposed to be. He’s their hometown players and
advancing the proposition that the reason for his falling out with Sasson was because Sasson had been rude to staff at Miller Park ; Braun had received word that complaints had been filed due to Sasson’s abhorrent behavior; that Sasson had ‘acted like an ass,’ and that Sasson
after the death of Ted Williams, and in his honor a red-and-white No. 9 was painted on the left-field grass at Miller Park in Milwaukee. There also was a pregame ceremony honoring Williams, for whom the All-Star Game MVP award was re-named
The Brewers announced Wednesday that a statue of legendary radio announcer Bob Uecker will be unveiled outside Miller Park on Aug. 31. Uecker, who was a catcher in the majors for six seasons in the 1960s, is set to begin his 42nd season on Brewers
first baseman (rather than a DH) is low. Moreover, he has benefited from his home park, with a .965 career OPS at Miller Park and an .896 road mark. Still, his power is extraordinary, and his ability to impact a baseball while unloading with