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Kirk Gibson and Joe Maddon won Manager of the Year awards Wednesday --- one for overseeing a worst-to-first turnaround that lasted all season, the other after a frantic playoff push in the final month.
Manager Ron Roenicke's signal that the Milwaukee Brewers were ready to play came each day when Prince Fielder let out his booming, infectious cackle.
The Milwaukee Brewers are a small-market team that thinks big.
Ryan Braun stepped into the box when a familiar feeling overcame him. Just like in 2008, the Brewers homegrown slugger propelled Milwaukee back into the postseason.
Prince Fielder sprinted back and forth from dugout to dugout, trying to get to every single fan.
Here's a riddle that fans of a stumbling lakefront baseball team not named the Cubs should commit to memory, just in case of a collapse:
The Milwaukee Brewers got a quick start on the second half, picking up a big-time closer.
With their trade for Francisco Rodriguez, the Milwaukee Brewers now can call on a pair of potential closers. And in a tense ninth-inning situation, it sounds as if either Rodriguez or John Axford could get in the game.
The Milwaukee Brewers built from within, getting top picks and gems late in the draft to have the best farm system in baseball only a few years ago.