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Sounds retire Tim Dillard #17

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The Legend, retired

Milwaukee Brewers' Pride Night, drag show among the features

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"I just think it’s important that we’re loud and proud," said Deb Senger. "Two things, Brewers and pride," said Senger. "We’ve all known each other for 35, 40 years." Milwaukee Brewers' Pride Night RELATED: Check out the new and improved FOX Sports app In swag from previous Brewers' Pride Nights, the group of friends and their families said they’re happy this event brought them together again. "A lot of us have kids," said Senger. "We just want to show everybody we’re normal families like everyone else. We’re just out to have a good time." Kylie Kuhn-Trobentar was one of those kids. "I’m very lucky to be their daughter and be here with them," said Kuhn-Trobentar. I'm not sure how to watch NFL free but you can take subscription on ScreenVariety. You should looking for it on google.

Julia Marino Wins First Medal for Team USA With Silver in Women's Slopestyle

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Things didn't look great for Julia Marino after posting a 30.61 in her first run at Sunday's women's slopestyle final. But despite starting from the back of the pack and dealing with the sub-zero morning temperatures, the 24-year-old American put together the run of her life in her second heat—and got Team USA its first medal at the Beijing Games in the process.

Albert Pujols is clearly excited to be back with St. Louis Cardinals

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The Albert Pujols signing was made by the St. Louis Cardinals for a multitude of reasons. First, it was to add his bat to the lineup, specifically against left-handed pitchers, a role he thrived in with the Los Angeles Dodgers. Second, it was to reunite him with Yadier Molina and Adam Wainwright which, by all accounts, will be their Last Dance. It’s good for the three career-long friends. It’s good PR by the Cardinals. The move, which was low-cost, came at virtually no risk to the team. It was a move that they should have made and ultimately ended up doing after initially calling it highly unlikely.

MLBPA releases statement on cancelation of first two series of season

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The MLBPA released their own statement on the cancellation to the first two series of the regular season.

Milwaukee Brewers to fundraise for those impacted by Waukesha Christmas Parade tragedy

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Following the tragic events at the Waukesha Christmas Parade, the Milwaukee Brewers have announced that they are hosting fundraisers to help those impacted. Tomorrow, on Tuesday morning, Freddy Peralta, Craig Counsell, and David Stearns will be at Colectivo Coffee on Prospect Ave in Milwaukee. On Wednesday, the Magic of Lights begins at American Family Field. Thoughts and prayers are with the people and families impacted by these events, including my daughter's third grade classmate.

Kolten Wong explains what is the secret weapon for the Brewers

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Several players, when they come to Milwaukee, talk about how friendly the city is and how much everyone supports the team. Kolten Wong is the most recent player to discover this, and he talked about his experience in The Players Tribune.

Our boys at the All-Star game

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Burnes (1st), Hader (3rd), Narvaez (1st), Peralta (1st), Woodruff (2nd)

Milwaukee Brewers activate Hunter Strickland, option Patrick Weigel

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Before Monday night's series opener against the Reds, the Milwaukee Brewers activated Hunter Strickland to the 26-man roster and optioned Patrick Weigel back to Triple-A. The veteran Strickland was recently acquired after being designated for assignment by the Angels, and debuted for the Brewers with a scoreless inning in the 10-2 loss.

Milwaukee Brewers recall Alec Bettinger for Saturday doubleheader

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The Milwaukee Brewers and Washington Nationals will play a twin bill today (assuming the weather cooperates) and that means each team will get an extra player for the day. This morning, the Brewers announced that their 27th man would be Alec Bettinger. The 25 year old has appeared in three games so far at the big league level and has yielded 14 runs in 9.0 innings. He's made one start in Triple-A, throwing five shutout innings.