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Brewers Extra Innings is your Milwaukee Brewers podcast. 620 WTMJ Brewers post-game show host Matt Pauley breaks down all aspects of the Brewers each week. From the big story lines affecting the big league team to everything going on in the minors, this is your one-stop shop to get updated on all-things Brewers baseball.
 
Welcome to the ONLY daily podcast for the Milwaukee Brewers. Listen every day as host Vinny Rottino brings unique insight about everything relating to the Brew Crew through the eyes of an ex-Major League Player and ex-Major League Scout. Vinny will take a look back at the latest Brewer game while also taking a step back to talk about the big picture as the Brewers make another playoff run. He also interviews key figures around the team and brings behind the scenes stories to light. Don't mis ...
 
To paraphrase Hunter S. Thompson.... once you get locked into a serious beer collection, the tendency is to push it as far as you can. The Tap Takeover Podcast is a beer podcast focused on promoting craft breweries in the Midwest. Featuring interviews with the brewers themselves, and all industries that support microbreweries. Including tastings of exclusive recipes, and traditional styles. Cheers! ??
 
Mr. Brewtown covers the Milwaukee Brewers and Major League Baseball with a unique and concise prospective. Images and content used on this site are used under the fair use provision of the Copyright Act for purposes of comment, criticism, and news reporting. Brewtownsports is not affiliated with the Milwaukee Brewers,Green Bay Packers,NFL, MLB or any sporting teams discussed.
 
Ryan Schleicher, Evan Rytlewski, and Matt Wild take to the WMSE airwaves (nearly) every Wednesday at noon to discuss all things Milwaukee. Milwaukee music, Milwaukee art, Milwaukee events, and D.I.Y. lawn care tips are frequently discussed—and rarely agreed upon.
 
The MindStrong Project interviews highly successful people to help people build powerful platforms of sustainability and confidence through the discovery of PURPOSE, the strength of STANDARDS, the creation of SYSTEMS, and the clarity of VISION. This allows us to find the world’s best ways of thinking, best solutions to live with meaning and best tools to structure each day.
 
Our podcast is all about helping you find a career in the sport industry. Geared toward college students and recent graduates, we’re combining education with entertainment to provide you with an inside look into the industry. We’ll mix in our #AskLivingSport show episodes and classroom sessions on sport business and entrepreneurship. We’ll also do interviews with sport business professionals and fireside chats with people we meet while traveling the world through sport. Listen in for advice ...
 
The River Rundown is a podcast about Harvard Athletics amid the Covid-19 pandemic — focusing on alumni and undergraduates alike, and how the pandemic has impacted their careers. Hosted by Amir Mamdani, this seven-part series will incorporate a variety of perspectives and athletic experiences, tying together some complementary views on life across the Charles River. Presented by The Harvard Crimson. Published bi-weekly on Sundays. Produced by Zing Gee. Cover art by Matthew J. Tyler and Zing Gee.
 
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Thanks to some high-wire acts, the Brewers were able to win half their games last week, but Milwaukee also couldn't pick up ground in the National League Central. Host JR Radcliffe and Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reporter Curt Hogg look at what, if anything, can be done to jumpstart the offense after a rough week. A check-in with a struggling Christ…
 
Albert Pujols had himself an afternoon on Sunday, launching two no-doubters off Aaron Ashby and Taylor Rogers - a pair of southpaws and helped the Cardinals claim the series over the Brewers. Now the Redbirds have a 1.5 game lead on the Brewers in the central with 49 games to go, but as today's guest points out, this division is far from over. Kati…
 
Coming out of the All-Star break, the Brewers got hot and really started creating momentum for their team and their post-season push. The team was looking loose and really enjoying themselves, fans were getting energize, and we were seeing areas of weakness [offense] start to turn it around. The Brewers were scoring more runs than almost any other …
 
The guys discussed the dispiriting week that was in Brewers baseball, the continued fallout from the Hader trade, the lack of a move for a bat and all those close, stupid losses. They also took another stab at the "Chourio is the best prospect since...." game. Support the podcast on Patreon and receive the Monthly Minor League Extra and Weekly Pack…
 
11:00 – Albert Pujols just broke the Brewers. 11:15 – This weekend proved the Cardinals have the rotation to compete in the playoffs. 11:30 – Oli Marmol's strategy gave us some insight into what we could see in the playoffs. 11:45 – Questions & Answers12:00 – Our Cardinals insider Katie Woo12:15 – You're going to want to hear what Milwaukee sports …
 
10:00 - Did the MLB end up getting it right with the Field of Dreams game?10:15 - Former Cardinals player and former Rockies/Pirates manager Clint Hurdle10:45 - NFL Quick-Hitters11:00 - Did Dakota Hudson earn another start?11:15 - Did the series at Coors impact your belief in this team?11:30 - BK has a tin foil to share11:45 - Questions & Answers12…
 
Co-hosts David Gasper and Matt Carroll discuss all the latest surrounding the Milwaukee Brewers. After a rough first week of games post-trade deadline, the Brewers bounced back with a series win against the Rays. How does that lead them into a crucial next week of games, and how recovered is this clubhouse? Mark Attanasio and David Stearns offered …
 
Who will be the x-factor down the stretch? What are the latest injury updates? How will the roster shake out as guys get healthier? Tacos or nachos? All of that and more in today's mailbag Friday episode ahead of a massive stretch of baseball for the Brewers. First, three games with the Cardinals this weekend, who now only hold a half game lead ove…
 
11:00 - Albert Pujols and Paul Dejong are extending this lineup11:15 - Lars Nootbaar is taking full advantage of his opportunity11:30 - What are the Braves doing that other teams aren't?11:45 - Questions & Answers12:00 - Is today Dakota Hudson's final start of the season? + The Lineup Game12:15 - Believe it or Not12:30 - Did the MLB miss the boat w…
 
The Brewers needed this two-game series to go their way, and they performed admirably in just about every facet of the game. An extra-inning thriller closed the season series with the Rays as Rowdy tied it, and Willy won it for the Crew on Wednesday afternoon. Pitching dominated the contest for both teams, showcasing their best arms down the stretc…
 
11:00 - The Cardinals need to get back on that pony11:15 - Today is the first step toward Jack Flaherty's ability to change the Cardinals' World Series odds11:30 - Brady Cook is a really great college sports story11:45 - Questions & Answers12:00 - Former Colorado Rockies hitting coach Blake Doyle12:15 - More Likely to Happen12:30 - Are there more e…
 
11:00 - Sometimes the best moves are the ones you don't make, and that was the case with Jason Heyward11:15 - Our Blues insider from The Athletic, Jeremy Rutherford11:30 - Mo explained the Cardinals' philosophy on Juan Soto11:45 - Questions & Answers12:00 - Serena Williams is one of the greatest athletes of this generation12:15 - Bet it or Forget i…
 
Monday was an off day for the Brewers, so we went a different direction with today's episode. We assembled some of the more notable audio clips and quotes from the last week pertaining to the Josh Hader trade. Dom (@Dom_Cotroneo) steps aside and lets the quotes do the talking to set the record straight after David Stearns, Mark Attanasio, and vario…
 
11:00 - The Cardinals finally proved themselves against a quality opponent11:15 - Lars Nootbaar has re-emerged as the Cardinals devil-magic player for 202211:30 - Cardinals Insider for The Athletic Katie Woo11:45 - Questions & Answers12:00 - Paul DeJong is changing the narrative on his 2022 season12:15 - In or Out12:30 - We're seeing why the Cardin…
 
In the shadow of a wildly unpopular trade shipping Josh Hader to San Diego, the Brewers endured a miserable week, going 1-5 against the Pirates and Reds and going from three games up in the National League Central to two games down. Todd Rosiak of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel and podcast host JR Radcliffe look at the ripple effects of the transac…
 
The Brewers thought returning home with a full agenda of celebrations would help flush the awful week that was in Pittsburgh ... instead the Brewers dropped their second straight series, this time to the Reds and continue to fall down the standings. Just eight days ago, the Brewers were up four games on the Cardinals in the Central, now they are tw…
 
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