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Around the Brewers Blogosphere
Speaking of yesterday’s win against the Phillies, Travis Sarandos of BP Milwaukee gave a recap of the game yesterday, in case you weren’t able to watch it.
Julien Assouline of BP Milwaukee wants Milwaukee Brewers fans to stop making comparisons to the Cubs.
His article was from a Twitter argument that was started from a tweet directed at us.
Followed by Travis Sarandos replying:
Which led Assouline to argue why we ought to stop giving such comparisons.
Miller Park Prospects gave us a round-up of yesterday’s happenings in the Milwaukee Brewers farm system, with the Biloxi Shuckers being the only affiliate not to win their respective game. As well as the top twenty performances, with Orlando Arcia being the top performer in Thursday’s games.
Ryan Romano of BP Milwaukee also gave us an excellent round-up of how the Milwaukee Brewers fared during the month of May, giving us the good and the bad. Thankfully there wasn’t much ugly for the Milwaukee Brewers.