How well do you know the Brewers?


100 Things Brewers Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die by Tom Haudricourt (foreword by Jim Gantner) is a salute to the home team by guys who know. Haudricourt is a sportswriter who covers the Milwaukee Brewers and Major League Baseball (MLB) for the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, and he has been named Wisconsin Sportscaster of the Year by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association. He lives in Bayside, Wisconsin. Jim Gantner is a former MLB player who spent his entire career with the Milwaukee Brewers as a second baseman. Known affectionately as Gumby because of the way he turned double plays, he is an inductee of the Wisconsin Athletic Hall of Fame. He lives in Eden, Wisconsin.

Together, they present a variety of Milwaukee Brewer lore that spans the team's move from Seattle in 1970 to the present day. Discover interesting tidbits such as the origination of the racing sausages or who was the only Brewer booed for collecting a game winning hit. You might even learn the recipe behind the Secret Stadium Sauce.

David @ Zablocki




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