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Brewers’ Devin Williams isn’t your average baseball star

NoCo is what they call it. Technically, it stands for North County, as in, the upper side of St. Louis County, where a few years back, the world had its eyes on America because of what was happening in Ferguson, Missouri, after Michael Brown was killed by Darren Wilson in the street, which touched off America’s reckoning with itself as a police state unsafe for Black people.
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Brewers' Christian Yelich: Scores twice Opening Day

Yelich went 2-for-4 with two runs scored and one RBI in Thursday's 6-5 win over Minnesota. 2021 is already off to a better start for Yelich than last season, when he recorded only one hit in his first six games. A dominant spring training and strong Opening Day indicate that he is primed to prove 2020 was an outlier and return to his MVP form. Yelich doesn't have a ton of protection in Milwaukee's fluid, platoon-heavy lineup, but there are competent enough options to hit behind him that the opposition can't completely pitch around him.
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Brewers Fans Enjoy Thrilling Opening Day

Fans were excited to return to American Family Field Thursday, and they got quite a treat on Opening Day. The Brewers beat the Minnesota Twins 6-5. It looked bleak for Milwaukee for much of the game. There were highlights, including a stunning line drive grab from shortstop Luis Urias to secure the first out, but the Brewers played mostly from behind.
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Brewers come from behind to beat Twins 6-5 in 10 innings

Lorenzo Cain scored the winning run in the 10th after Travis Shaw sparked a ninth-inning comeback and the Milwaukee Brewers beat the Minnesota Twins 6-5 on Thursday in the season opener for both teams. Cain opened the bottom of the 10th inning on second base and moved to third when...
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Brewers fan collects more than 900 signed baseballs

CEDARBURG, Wis. — A loyal Brewers fan has been collecting signed baseballs from every player that's played for the team for the past two decades. Ben Nummerdor, of Cedarburg, said he hopes to hand off his donation to a great cause. "I started probably 20 years ago, trying to collect...
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Brewers: Few Surprises as Opening Day Roster is Announced

We made it, Brewers fans. Opening Day has finally arrived. There will be a full, 162-game season, fans will be allowed into stadiums to watch those games, and after a year that most of us will prefer to forget, MLB fans will be well on their way to returning to a sense of normalcy.
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Brewers: Three Possible Breakout Candidates for the 2021 Season

Every year, MLB teams have that player who finally makes their first big breakthrough on the sport’s biggest stage. The Milwaukee Brewers have had no shortage of those types of players over the last few years. Last season, Devin Williams and his “Airbender” burst on to the scene and took...
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Brewers: 3 Things that Will Help the Brewers Win the NL Central

Remember how sweet it felt when the Brewers took home the NL Central crown in 2011 and 2018?. The Milwaukee Brewers are heading into the 2021 with the full intention to make the postseason for the fourth consecutive season. The National League as a whole is deep and star-studded, but the Central division is wide open, meaning the Brewers’ easiest path to the postseason will be by taking the division crown for the second time in four years.
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Brewers: 3 Instant Reactions To a Thrilling Opening Day Victory

After much anticipation, the Milwaukee Brewers’ Opening Day game is in the books as they came from behind to win 6-5 in extra innings! It was a long game that lasted over four hours in duration, but the fans were back in the stands to see a game that will rank right up there with some of the top Brewers’ Opening Day games in recent memory.
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Brewers: Predicting The Final NL Central Standings In 2021

It’s finally here. Opening Day. We here at Reviewing The Brew hope to have kept you excited about Brewers baseball throughout the offseason, but now the real fun starts back up. And with fans back in the stands, there’s even more reason to be excited. You didn’t think you get...
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Milwaukee Brewers Prospects to Know for 2021: Arms

LHP Ethan Small (Age: 24) Once a fire baller with limited command, Small changed to a low-90s fastball and strong command following Tommy John surgery. He missed all of the 2017 collegiate season as a result. The Brewers drafted him in the first round of the 2019 draft, and he pitched in low-A that summer. Obviously 2020 was a wash for many minor leaguers, but Small pitched at the Brewers’ Alternate Training site.
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MLB Opening Day: Milwaukee Brewers 2021 Season Preview

The Milwaukee Brewers finished the COVID-19 shortened season with a record of 29-31. Even with a record below .500, they were able to make the playoffs for a team-record third time in a row. Obviously the Brewers needed expanded playoffs to do it, but they accomplished the feat nonetheless. The Los Angeles Dodgers took care of them in short order as they marched to a World Series Championship.
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Counsell, Crew 'cannot wait' to see fans

MILWAUKEE -- Brewers director of grounds Ryan Woodley is eager for real, live fans to admire his work on Opening Day. Those cardboard cutouts never expressed any appreciation. “This is hopefully the greenest spot in Wisconsin right now,” Woodley said while showing off the field on Tuesday morning. With temperatures...
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Brewers: 5 Bold Predictions For The 2021 Season

Let’s get bold. The 2021 Brewers season is upon us and with it is a world of possibilities. The 162 game season is a completely blank slate right now, and anything can happen. What exactly will happen? No one knows for sure, so let’s try to make some bold predictions.
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4 Brewers Who Could Be First-Time All-Stars In 2021

The 2021 MLB season could easily have an All-Star Game with multiple Milwaukee Brewers representing the National League. Christian Yelich is a lock. Brandon Woodruff and Josh Hader have been there before, and will most likely be there again this year. Lorenzo Cain has been an All-Star. Avisail Garcia and Jackie Bradley Jr. have as well.
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