Author: Aaliyan Mohammed

Aaliyan Mohammed has been covering the Packers and Brewers for Wisconsin Sports Heroics for over two years. He is pursuing a degree in print and digital journalism at Mississippi State University. In addition to covering sports, Mohammed is also an editor for the site.

Brewers Jackson Chourio playing for the Carolina Mudcats

Baseball America has released its 2023 Top 100 Prospects list and the young superstar Jackson Chourio has been slotted in as the number three prospect behind Gunner Henderson of the Orioles and Corbin Carroll of the Diamondbacks. Henderson and Carroll are both expected to be in the major leagues early in 2023. This opens the door for Chourio to take the number one slot. In 2022 Chourio slashed .288/ .342/ .538. As an eighteen-year-old, Chourio spent time in Biloxi, Carolina and Appleton. He also made an appearance in the 2022 Futures Game. What’s Next for Jackson Chourio? The young phenom…

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Brewers' shortstop Willy Adames

The Brewers have come to an agreement with star shortstop Willy Adames, avoiding arbitration. The fan favorite will be back in Milwaukee for at least the 2023 season. https://twitter.com/AdamMcCalvy/status/1613962693441978368 Willy Adames’ Importance to the Brewers Adames has an argument for being the Brewers’ best player from last season. He is elite defensively and provides serious power at the plate. Ever since he arrived in Milwaukee, he’s been one of the best hitters on the team and was second on the team in home runs in 2022. Additionally, Adames’ impact on the clubhouse has a big impact on the team that…

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Brewers Keston Hiura

The Brewers have begun agreeing to deals with their arbitration-eligible players. On Thursday they agreed to terms with Hoby Milner and Victor Caratini. They have now agreed to terms with Keston Hiura. https://twitter.com/Feinsand/status/1613954332986056704 What is Hiura’s Role on the Brewers? Keston Hiura, once a high draft pick of the Brewers, has had an odd career. In 2020 he was one of the Brewers’ best hitters, but since then he has been on a roller coaster when it comes to consistency. In 2022 he even spent some time in Nashville. However, Hiura is still a talented player who did come through…

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Brewers reliever Hoby Milner

The Brewers have agreed to terms with reliever Hoby Milner and catcher Victor Caratini, avoiding arbitration. https://twitter.com/ByRobertMurray/status/1613711118832402432 What Does This Mean for the Brewers? January 13th is the final day for teams to exchange figures with arbitration-eligible players. The Brewers still have many players who are arbitration eligible who they can still reach a deal with before hearings. They were able to reach a deal with Milner for the 2023 season at 1.025 million dollars. https://twitter.com/PitchingNinja/status/1554649492875517952 Milner was a key piece of the Brewers’ bullpen in 2022 and will hopefully find a more stable role this season. Last season, when…

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Over the course of his career, there has been a strange national belief that Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is a bad leader. The word “diva” gets thrown a lot in these sorts of accusations. The reality is, outside of two or three specific former players, Aaron Rodgers receives nothing but glowing compliments about his leadership and presence in the locker room. Packers rookie receivers Christian Watson and Romeo Doubs discussed Rodgers’ leadership and impact on them. Christian Watson’s Comments When asked about his relationship with the four-time MVP Christian Watson opened up about the impact Aaron Rodgers had on him.…

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Allen Lazard

Allen Lazard and the Packers’ season came to an abrupt finish when they lost to the Lions on Sunday Night Football in week 18. Going into the off-season the Packers will have many questions to answer, none bigger than who their quarterback will be. Wide receiver Allen Lazard was asked whether or not he thought Aaron Rodgers would be back next season, and his answer ended up providing some clarity on his own future. “I don’t know where I’m going to be at. I can’t worry about someone else,” Lazard said, standing at his locker. “Going into the game, I…

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Davante Adams celebrates

Last offseason, Davante Adams decided he wanted to play with his college teammate Derek Carr in Las Vegas instead of staying in Green Bay. Yesterday when Carr was benched he took to social media to voice his opinion. https://twitter.com/brgridiron/status/1608325823278510082 Before posting on social media, Davante Adams spoke to reporters at his locker about the decision by Josh McDaniels. “Obviously, I don’t think anybody was excited about it in here,” Adams said of Carr’s benching. “Him being one of my really good friends and the reason why I came here in the first place. I wouldn’t be here right now if…

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The Packers took a Christmas trip down to Miami and kept their playoff homes alive for at least another week with a 26-20 win over the Dolphins. The Packers kept things interesting in a comeback victory. The Packers win was not pretty, but a win is a win as the Packers are trying to sneak into the postseason. The Packers dealt with some injuries and failed to convert in the red zone multiple times, but they never quit. The offense made some timely plays and the defense was perfect in the second half. Red Zone Woes and Play Calling If…

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The Packers picked up the win on Monday Night against the Rams with some former legends in town. Andre Rison and Gilbert Brown were signing autographs and taking pictures at Stadium View before the game. Andre Rison and Gilbert Brown will forever be remembered in Green Bay for their contributions to the team that was able to win a championship in Super Bowl XXXI. Both guys discussed their time in Green Bay, and what it’s like being back. Andre Rison Andre Rison etched himself into Packers history in the Super Bowl despite not even playing a full year with the…

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Aaron Rodgers and Packers HC Matt LaFleur

The NFL season has four weeks remaining and the Packers have an outside shot at the postseason. At this time there is no reason to think about what happens if they get there, but rather how they can get there. Unfortunately for the Packers, they do not control their own destiny. However, to say they are out of the race might be foolish. Here’s what needs to happen if the Green Bay Packers want to make the big dance. Step 1: Packers Win Out This is the only thing the Packers can control, and it is by far the most…

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