Ryan Braun has enjoyed a bounce-back season, which could prompt the Brewers to shop the outfielder this offseason.
Carl Bradford has suddenly blossomed into a confident, playmaking beast after two years of being persona non grata on the Packers' defense.
At Milwaukee's Miller Park this year, Cubs fans weren't just a few stray visitors. They were an invading army. And it has been that way in other cities, too.
The Stephen F. Austin volleyball team had a brush with greatness when it met up with the Packers, a meeting Aaron Rodgers enjoyed as well.
The Big Ten will have a nine-game conference schedule in 2016, three new head coaches, a slew of talented freshmen, and the same old favorite.
Damarious Randall doesn't hide from his stutter and instead has become a valuable member of the Packers for his play and his communication skills.
Andrew McCutchen hit a home run and a pair of RBI singles, including the tiebreaker in the 10th inning as the Pittsburgh Pirates stopped a nine-game skid at Miller Park, beating the Brewers 3-2.
In the Trenches break down the keys for Wisconsin's offense as they move closer to the season opener against LSU.
Wisconsin has named fifth-year senior Bart Houston as its starting quarterback for the Badgers' season opener against LSU on Sept. 3 at Lambeau Field in Green Bay.
Lineup: Brewers (56-70) vs. Pirates (63-61)
- 1. Jonathan Villar, 3B (S)
- 2. Scooter Gennett, 2B (L)
- 3. Ryan Braun, LF (R)
- 4. Hernan Perez, RF (R)
- 5. Chris Carter, 1B (R)
- 6. Kirk Nieuwenhuis, CF (L)
- 7. Orlando Arcia, SS (R)
- 8. Manny Pina, C (R)
- 9. Wily Peralta, RHP Daily lineups
Jesse Temple ESPN Staff Writer
Wisconsin coach Paul Chryst has announced fifth-year senior Bart Houston will be the team's starting quarterback for the season opener against LSU. He beats out redshirt freshman Alex Hornibrook, who will be the backup. "I felt like Bart did everything that he needed to do and earned the right to get the start," Chryst said. Houston has appeared in 15 career games, and this will mark his first career start.
Jason Wilde joins Homer & Gabe to discuss expectations for Jordy Nelson as well as how many undrafted free agents have a shot at making the Packers roster.
After helping Villar through one of the toughest stretches of his life, All-Star outfielder Starling Marte takes great joy in his friend's success.
How do Brewers rank in intangibles?
Milwaukee fans will love to see where Orlando Arcia ranks in terms of speed, but the same can't be said for Ryan Bruan and his baserunning skills. And what about Chris Carter in the power department? Dan Szymborski breaks it down. Ranking "intangible" tools (Insider)
Taking time for the fans now may pay dividends later, as the new linebacker addition to the Green Bay Packers could find out.
Sicks Stadium had a not-so-sick name
With the White Sox soon to be playing at Guaranteed Rate Field, David Schoenfield took a look back at other bad ballpark names. The 1969 expansion Seattle Pilots played at Sicks Stadium for one season before moving to Milwaukee. Apparently, "Whooping Cough Stadium" and "Typhoid Fever Ballpark" were already taken. Bad ballpark names
Amadou is a three-time letterwinner in football as a running back and a safety at Madison East, and is a team captain as a senior,
Packers' non-QB MVP? Well, that's easy
Just flip on the offensive tape from any game last season, and you'll see how much Green Bay missed Jordy Nelson. It's hard to imagine another Packer (other than Aaron Rodgers) meaning more. Non-QB MVPs
Wilde and Tausch discuss Joey Bosa's current feud with the San Diego Chargers and revisit some contract dispute in Packers history.
Wilde and Tausch joke about the differences in their trips to Vegas. Then Tausch recalls playing a college game there the day after Tupac was shot.
Wilde and Tausch talk about rookie hazing in the NFL. The Packers weren't big fans of the tradition, but Tausch did have to buy a few team dinners and Thanksgiving turkeys.