Author: Jordan Hahn

The Milwaukee Brewers will honor one of the most influential players in team history today. In a video released by the Brewers on Twitter, Ryan Braun announced his retirement from Major League Baseball on 9/14.  https://twitter.com/Brewers/status/1437808373781696517?s=20 After being drafted number five overall in the 2005 draft, the third baseman out of Miami began his journey to where he is now; from his NL ROY award to his five straight all-star games and silver slugger awards, moving from third base to the outfield, and his NL MVP. We’ll take a look at Ryan Braun’s eight greatest moments. 8. 5/4/2019 – Six…

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Let me take you back to August 29th, 2019. The Green Bay Packers have just finished up their final preseason game against the eventual Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs. The starting quarterbacks for this exhibition game were Kyle Shurmur, an undrafted rookie from Vanderbilt, for the Cheifs, and DeShone Kizer, a 2nd round draft pick in 2017 by the Browns, for Green Bay, neither of whom have seen the field in a regular-season game since this season. For a game missing the likes of Aaron Rodgers, Patrick Mahomes II, and countless other big names, fans filled the seats. For…

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Milwaukee Bucks Guard Donte DiVincenzo will miss the remainder of the 2021 NBA playoffs with a serious tendon injury in his left foot. First reported by Shams Charania of The Athletic. https://twitter.com/ShamsCharania/status/1398319263979479047?s=20 The injury happened during the Bucks game three victory over the Heat on Thursday. For More Great Wisconsin Sports Content Follow me on Twitter at @HahnJordan and follow us @WiSportsHeroics for more great content. Check out our merch page here and use promo code Wisco at check out for $1 off! To read more of our articles and keep up to date on the latest in Wisconsin sports, click here!

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Brewers' pitcher Eric Lauer throws during the first day of spring training in 2020. (Photo by Gregory Bull/AP)

Eric Lauer made his 2021 debut for the Milwaukee Brewers on Thursday night against the LA Dodgers. In seven previous games against the Dodgers, all with San Diego, Lauer has given up just 10 earned runs. With a scoreless outing on Thursday, he continues that success in Milwaukee. It was the Lauer Bauer Power Hour at American Family Field.  Outside of few mistakes in the fourth inning, it lived up to that hype. Dodgers’ pitcher Trevor Bauer, (3-1, 2.48 ERA, 0.68 WHIP) gave up a two-run home run to Brewers’ third baseman Travis Shaw. Outside of that, Bauer shut down…

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Both the Brewers and the Cubs are coming off series sweeps. The Brewers have built momentum this week and are expecting some big pieces to return. Brewers’ Starting Pitcher: Brett Anderson The Brewers will be sending the southpaw, Brett Anderson, to the mound this afternoon to take on the Cubs in Chicago. The lefty comes into the game with a 2-1 record, 2.65 ERA, and is holding opposing batters to a .234 AVG. Anderson looks to lower both of these today, and there is a good chance to drop the average against him. The Cubs come into the afternoon with…

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The season opener looked like Brewers fans were in for another storybook season, but flash forward four games into the 2021 season and the magic seemingly stayed in the opening day glory. But after the fifth game of this marathon season, there are two things you can count on from this team; strikeouts and strikeouts. Strikeouts have been a Jekyll and Hyde for the Crew so far this season with the pitching staff being in the top 10 in K’s but they are also tied for second-worst in swings and misses. https://twitter.com/PitchingNinja/status/1379604387308404737 Signs of Life From the Plate After a…

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