As a Milwaukee resident, I was immediately annoyed when I learned like many of you that the Brewers were looking at moving away unless the city coughed up a huge load of money to help with stadium maintenance. Now, I have to feel slightly bad for Milwaukee’s “big brother” Chicago as now the White Sox are considering a divorce from their city. I’d be funnier if it were the Cubs, but no one is that lucky I guess.
Another team may be jumping on the relocation train, as the Milwaukee Brewers could be the latest MLB franchise to change cities
Radio Station The BIG 615, a TuneIn affiliate directed by Garth Brooks, will serve as co-primary sponsor for Tyler Reddick and the No. 45 car
On Wednesday, Major League Baseball Commissioner Rob Manfred said that he would love to expand the league to 32 teams meaning the league whether officially or unofficially is looking for new markets for new franchises. The last time MLB expanded the league, Phoenix and Tampa Bay were awarded franchises in the 1998 season.