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Milwaukee Brewers add uniform patch to honor victims of Molson Coors shooting

The Brewers continue to honor the memory of those killed this week

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A day after wearing ribbons pinned on to their uniforms during their Spring Training game against the Kansas City Royals, it appears the Brewers have made a more permanent addition to their jerseys to honor the memories of those killed during Wednesday’s mass shooting at the Molson Coors campus just miles from Miller Park.

While no official announcement has been made yet, the team posted this picture to its Instagram story, showing an “MC” patch on Christian Yelich’s jersey in the clubhouse ahead of today’s game against the Los Angeles Dodgers.

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Yesterday, the team posed with a “Milwaukee Strong” banner containing five black ribbons honoring the five men killed — 33-year-old Jesus Valle, Jr. of Milwaukee, 51-year-old Gene Levshetz of Mequon, 33-year-old Trevor Wetselaar of Milwaukee, 57-year-old Dana Walk of Delafield and 50-year-old Dale Hudson of Waukesha — that they also put up in the home dugout.