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Milwaukee Brewers win means free hamburger at George Webb restaurants

Winning game 1 in the National League Championship series on Friday night was important to Milwaukee Brewers, as they appeared to take an early advantage over Los Angeles Dodgers. It was also important for fans of free burgers. 19659003] Clayton Kershaw increased a 2-2 ball to lead away the third innings and Brandon Woodruff did not miss it, boasting a …

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A famous place for the boy and man of Craig Counsell

MILWAUKEE – Craig Counsell was 12 last time Milwaukee Brewers won a league championship series. His father, John, worked for the team and took Craig to St. Louis for the last two games in the World Series. Brewersna needed a victory for the championship. They did not get it. Counsell sat in the upper deck. He waited a long rainfall …

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Bellator 207 Results – Ryan Bader vs Matt Mitrione: Updates, Highlights, Match Cards

Matt Mitrione and Ryan Bader squad on Friday night to take a step closer to filling the available Bellator heavyweight match. The couple UFC veterans heading Bellator 207 from Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Connecticut, in a half of the Bellator Heavyweight World Grand Prix tournament. Bader, currently the promoter's lightweight heavyweight campaign, is fresh for a 13-second knockout of Muhammad's …

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Clayton Kershaw gives rise to Brandon Woodruff in NLCS Game 1

Brewers Relief Shooter Brandon Woodruff beats a solo home rounded Clayton Kershaw in the third inning. [Photo:BennySieuUSAIDAGSport) MILWAUKEE – Clayton Kershaw's mixed track record in the fall season took a shocking turn against the ignorant of Game 1 of the National League Championship Series. Los Angeles Dodger's lefty and three-time Cy Young Award winner gave a game-tying home run to …

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Bob Uecker, Milwaukee Brewers broadcaster, to throw out NLCS 1st pitch

MILWAUKEE – Back in the National League Championship Series for the first time since 2011, the Milwaukee Brewers decided to bring out the big gun, announcing that Mr. Baseball – Bob Uecker – will throw out the ceremonial first pitch before Friday night's game 1. Uecker, 83, held a pregame news conference in the Brewers interview room that was so …

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