PROGRAMMING NOTE: After over 500 installments spanning two seasons and a full offseason, there are some days where I've exhausted all of the available content for Today In Brewer History. Brewers A-Z is a supplemental feature to help fill in the gaps in our historical calendar.
Brewers A-Z: Bryan Clutterbuck
This two-time Brewer is one of two former Brewers from Eastern Michigan University
Brewers A-Z: Mark Clear
This reliever was only a Brewer for three seasons, but appeared on a lot of baseball cards.
Brewers A-Z: Jeff Cirillo
With all due respect to Paul Molitor and Don Money, it's possible this '90's and '00s Brewer was the franchise's greatest third baseman.
Brewers A-Z: Rick Cerone
Better remembered as a Yankee, he was the Brewers' primary catcher in 1986.
Brewers A-Z: Bill Castro
The surprisingly underrated reliever spent most of 40 years with the organization as a player and coach.
Brewers A-Z: Juan Castillo
The second baseman spent his entire major league career as a 1980's Brewer.
Brewers A-Z: Tom Candiotti
Before he was one of the game's best knuckleballers, Candiotti was a 1983-84 Brewer.
Brewers A-Z: Robinson Cancel
Depending on how you want to look at it, Cancel has spent either 12 years or 45 games as a major leaguer.
Brewers A-Z: George Canale
Canale appeared in just 44 games as a Brewer, but is forever immortalized on a baseball card.
Brewers A-Z: Mike Caldwell
Caldwell may be the most underrated Brewer pitcher of all time.
Brewers A-Z: Ray Burris
I think this 1980's Brewer would be better remembered if he'd gone with his given name, Bertram Burris.
Brewers A-Z: Mark Brouhard
The platoon outfielder played part-time for parts of six Brewer seasons, including two postseason campaigns.
Brewers A-Z: Greg Brock
The somewhat light-hitting first baseman played 517 of his 1013 career games as a Brewer.
Brewers A-Z: Glenn Braggs
The former second round pick patrolled the outfield in Milwaukee for five seasons.
Brewers A-Z: Chris Bosio
The former Brewer and coach is one of just five Milwaukee pitchers to throw 230 innings in one of the last 20 seasons.
Brewers A-Z: Mike Birkbeck
An impressive mustache might be the most notable thing here.
Brewers A-Z: Dwight Bernard
Bernard only made 57 career appearances as a Brewer, but his 1982 performances won't soon be forgotten.
Brewers A-Z: Ronnie Belliard
The utility infielder got his 13-year major league career started as a Brewer.
Brewers A-Z: George Bamberger
Bamberger may not have been the Brewers' winningest manager, but he was one of the most memorable.
Brewers A-Z: Jay Aldrich
The 1987-89 Brewer is the subject of the latest installment in our new occasional feature taking a deeper look at former Brewers I've pulled out of a stack of old baseball cards.
Brewers A-Z: Jim Adduci
Today we're kicking off a new occasional feature taking a deeper look at former Brewers I've pulled out of a stack of old baseball cards.
A well deserved honor: The Sounds will retire @DimTillard's number 17 in a pregame ceremony on July 29 prior to the 7:05 game against Charlotte.— Nashville Sounds (@nashvillesounds) July 19, 2022
Info: https://t.co/YOmf7HaW8r pic.twitter.com/ERJVJAWPo6
Statement from the Major League Baseball Players Association: pic.twitter.com/rmpciPsQm4— MLBPA Communications (@MLBPA_News) March 1, 2022
Help us support the victims of the Waukesha Christmas Parade tragedy.— Milwaukee Brewers (@Brewers) November 22, 2021
The Brewers are hosting fundraisers for those impacted, including an event tomorrow where fans can talk with David Stearns & Brewers personalities. Colectivo & the Pabst Theater Group are joining as partners. pic.twitter.com/mJkoc5tsow