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This was published a couple days ago, but how the hell are you supposed to find it if you don't get the physical paper and they don't link to it from the Brewers' section of the JS website? Anyway:

Fox Sports Net cable has collected 17 Milwaukee Brewers telecasts from the team's past and will begin airing them regularly in prime time starting next Friday.

Brian Peterson, a spokesman for FSN North, said the games were chosen by FSN and the Brewers.

Brewers TV game analyst Bill Schroeder will serve as host.

Games from as far back as 1975 and as late as last season are on the list.

Check out the link for a full schedule of games. I think this is a great idea, though I may be the only person tuning in. For instance, I doubt many people would rather watch an old Brewer game than the Oklahoma-Boise State Fiesta Bowl at 7:30 on New Year's Day, but I might--especially if that old Brewer game is, say, Ben Sheets' 18-strikeout masterpiece.