Geronimo Allison has earned the respect of his teammates and looks from his quarterback because of his work ethic and knowledge of the offense.
Some teams can light up the scoreboards. Others can shut down the opposition. Some can do both, but these teams skew heavily one way or the other.
- Yelich makes history with second cycle of season
- NFL: Penalty on Packers' Matthews was correct
- Matthews: Roughing passer flags 'out of control'
- Mattingly calls for changes to September rosters
Jose Peraza capitalized on Chase Anderson's home run troubles with a drive in the first inning and the Cincinnati Reds beat Milwaukee 3-1 Tuesday night, the Brewers' third loss in four games.
Packers reporter Jason Wilde joins Homer and Gabe to discuss the Clay Matthews penalty and where we go from here in regards to tackling NFL quarterbacks.
Fox Sports Wisconsin Brewers reporter Sophia Minnaert joins Homer and Pratik to discuss Christian Yelich's second cycle, Wade Miley, and the Brewers playoff outlook.
Kaleb Kohn of Madison West High School chats with Prep Mania's Dennis Semrau
Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer
Brett Favre on his SiriusXM NFL radio show: "I saw a textbook hit. It wasn't late. I saw nothing that, you know, and Clay's [Matthews] had a history of those type of plays. This one was textbook and if you're going to use it as a teaching video, you teach that this is the way we expect you to tackle, and that's the way I saw it. And that's neither being a Clay Matthews or Packer fan, or a Minnesota Viking fan or hater, you know, that was a bad call. And to me, why not be able to review that?"
Bradford Doolittle ESPN Staff Writer
In a bit of a surprise, the Brewers announced a player development contract with the San Antonio Missions, which will become Milwaukee's Triple-A team starting next season. San Antonio has long been a Double-A team but is moving up a level. The surprise is that industry chatter had San Antonio matching up with the Texas Rangers.
Rodgers was the Cal star and the 49ers had the top pick, but they chose Smith. The duo cross paths again Sunday, and for Smith there's no looking back.
Buster talks to Boog Sciambi about the art of the called shot in the booth, Christian Yelich's impact and more (:28). Plus, Sarah Langs' "Numbers Game" (20:00) and Coley Harvey with some "Inside Heat" on the Yankees (25:23).
Buster recaps all of Monday's MLB action including a scary moment for the Rockies, a wild prediction from the Cubs' booth and a historical accomplishment for the potential NL MVP.
A close win or bad loss against a quality cross-conference opponent early in the season could be the difference between No. 4 and No. 5 come playoff time.
Aaron Rodgers felt good enough moving around on his injured left knee to tell Mike McCarthy to open up the playbook late against the Vikings.
Would anyone be bold enough to follow the Rays' lead and start a reliever in the postseason? We've got six teams who should consider it.
David Schoenfield ESPN Senior Writer
Dueling MVP candidates at work: Christian Yelich goes 4-for-4 and hits for his second cycle of the season as the Brewers win ... and Javier Baez just belts a two-run homer off tough lefty Patrick Corbin to the give the Cubs a 3-0 lead in Arizona.
Christian Yelich became the first major leaguer to hit for the cycle twice in one season against the same team, driving in four runs to lead the Milwaukee Brewers over the Cincinnati Reds 8-0 on Monday night.
Hitting for the cycle twice in a season is one thing, but the Brewers' Christian Yelich has been as hot as anyone since the All-Star break.
Milwaukee Brewers outfielder Christian Yelich on Monday night became the first player in major league history to hit for the cycle against the same team twice in one season.
Green Bay has piled up roughing the passer penalties at an alarming rate through two games, leading to some frustration about how to handle QBs.
An NFL source reiterated Monday in regard to the controversial roughing-the-passer penalty on Clay Matthews that the "technique of grabbing the passer from behind the leg or legs, scooping and pulling in an upward motion, is a foul."