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What John and Cait Ate: Bernie’s Blends Fruit Smoothies

“When you come to a fork in the road, take it.”

-Yogi Berra

“When you come to a fork in the road, take it…and try these concessions!”

-John & Cait

Bernie’s Blends Fruit Smoothies

During each homestand, we will be meeting with John DiMartini, Executive Chef at Delaware North Sportservice/Miller Park to sample some of the latest and greatest Miller Park fare and review it here, for you.

Fresh Fruit Smoothie -$5.50

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It’s been a cool start to the baseball season in Milwaukee, there is no arguing with that fact. Lately, though, spring is in the air, the temperatures are rising, and nothing sounds more refreshing than a fresh fruit smoothie. Brand new to Miller Park this year, the “Bernie’s Blends” cart is located down the right-field line outside section 112.  With four different options to choose from, the options will leave something for every one. We know we often push some outrageous food items here on occasion (Remember the “Giant Slugger!?”), but it is good to know that there really is something for everyone to enjoy at Miller Park.

To start, choose a yogurt base or a frozen orange juice base. The fruit options include either a mixed berry blend that includes frozen strawberries, raspberries and blueberries or a strawberry-banana blend. The smoothie is blended fresh while you wait and is served in a 16 ounce cup.

Cait: I love smoothies, so this is a welcome addition to the selection at Miller Park; undoubtedly, these will be a hit during the hot summer months. I gravitated toward the mixed berry & yogurt combination and it was delicious. Very creamy and smooth and I liked that I felt like I was making a healthy choice. I highly recommend that you check out Bernie’s Blends next time you’re at the ballpark on a warm summer day.

John: Often at home, I throw all sorts of fruit in the blender and see what happens.  I find the fresh fruit and yogurt blend to be a delicious and refreshing healthy treat and it is great that you can now get one here at the ballpark. If you are ever in the mood for something a little on the healthy side while at a Brewers game, this will definitely do the trick. Perfect consistency and flavor and just the right amount. I started with the yogurt blend and then mixed berries. I will definitely be back to try all the different combinations.

Rating:

(out of 5)

Where To Satisfy Your Craving: Fans can find the Bernie’s Blends on the Field Level just outside section 112.

What about you? Do you have a favorite ballpark snack? A question about concessions? Something you’d like to see featured here? Post your comments below!

Bon Appetit!

-John and Cait

johnandcait@brewers.com

John and Cait Present…”Social Media in the Media” Night at Miller Park on May 28

It’s John and Cait here and we’re excited to tell you that we’re bringing back Social Media Night for 2013!

On Tuesday, May 28 prior to the Brewers vs. Twins game we’ll be hosting John and Cait present…”Social Media in the Media” Night (#BrewersSMIM) at Miller Park!

For just $59, fans will have the opportunity to purchase individual tickets in the ATI Club and the tickets will include a special pregame panel/roundtable discussion featuring representatives from the local media. We’ll discuss how social media has changed the news cycle and the business of reporting. Tickets are available at brewers.com/socialmedianight.

You’ll hear from:

  • Tom Haudricourt @Haudricourt ) Brewers beat writer for The Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
  • Sophia Minnaert ( @SophiaMinnaert ) Milwaukee Brewers & Bucks Sideline Reporter for FSWisconsin
  • Vince Vitrano ( @VinceVitrano ) WTMJ “Live at Daybreak” anchor
  • …and more!

Plus! Enjoy a special visit from a Brewers player!

We’ll be your hosts for the event and it will take place in our Media Interview Room, so you’ll also get to go behind-the-scenes at Miller Park.

Tickets for the ATI Club are typically only available for group purchase, but through “Social Media in the Media” Night, we’re giving fans this special opportunity to purchase them individually. The tickets also include a pre-game buffet that begins when the Miller Park gates open and ends one hour after the first pitch, plus unlimited soft drinks and two beers per adult.

Fans will have the opportunity to ask questions at the event, but if there are any questions you’d like to submit ahead of time, please e-mail us at johnandcait@brewers.com.

This event is in follow up to last year’s Social Media in Sports Night. That event sold out very quickly and we expect this year’s to do the same, so you’ll want to purchase your tickets early since the event will be limited to approximately 60 fans. Visit brewers.com/socialmedianight for more information and stay tuned to the blog for updates!

We hope to see you there!

-John (@JStein1981) and Cait (@CMoyer)

Milwaukee Middle School Students Treated to Screening of “42,” Visit From Commissioner Selig and Sharon Robinson

Today, I was fortunate enough to join a group of over 150 students from Roosevelt Middle School in Milwaukee at the Marcus North Shore Cinema.  We enjoyed to a private screening of the movie “42” hosted by Commissioner Bud Selig, Sharon Robinson, daughter of Jackie Robinson and the Milwaukee Brewers.  As if seeing the movie by itself wasn’t enough of a treat, the students also participated in a Q&A session with Selig and Robinson after the movie.

"42" was screened today for Roosevelt Middle School students at the Marcus North Shore Cinema.

“42″ was screened today for Roosevelt Middle School students at the Marcus North Shore Cinema.

It was the first time I saw the movie and I thought it was great.  Cait reviewed the movie last week and I urge you to read her review, see the movie and read what Robinson and Selig had to say today.  Seeing the movie and then hearing Selig and Robinson talk about the deeper teachings of the story and the legacy of Jackie Robinson made the experience extremely memorable.

Robinson and Selig touched on a variety of topics including the state of diversity in the game of baseball today, the movie “42” itself, the legacy Jackie Robinson left us and the importance of middle school years as it relates to the rest of education.

“The movie covers years 1946 and 1947 so you really don’t see him (Jackie) growing up, or the role his mother played in his life,” Sharon Robinson said.  “My father was very religious and that was a big source of strength for him.  He was a praying man.  In the trailer, you see Jackie Robinson coming from the back and he takes a step back.  Some people interpreted that as a hesitation, that he was taking a step back, that he has this big moment and is stepping back.  In the movie, it is shot from the front and you see him praying.  He is stepping back and saying his prayer before he goes on the field.”

MPS Superintendent Dr. Gregory Thornton, Sharon Robinson and Commissioner Selig.

MPS Superintendent Dr. Gregory Thornton, Sharon Robinson and Commissioner Selig.

There have been other movies made and stories told about the life of Jackie Robinson, but Sharon said “42” captures the story of her father better than any other.

“I saw the film that was made in 1950, “The Jackie Robinson Story,” and I always hated that movie.  I liked seeing my

father, but I didn’t like how he was portrayed.  I met with the producers of “42,” I wanted to make sure that image of my father was kind of erased.

My favorite (version of Jackie Robinson’s story) is “42” because what you see are relationships.  You see the strength of the relationship between Jackie and Rachel, critical to his success.  You see the relationship between Jackie and Branch, also critical to his success.  You see the relationship between the boy and his father (at the game in Cincinnati).  That showed us you can have a loving parent, but unfortunately, they can teach you to hate or you can be around friends of yours who you trust and they can get you in trouble if you follow them at the wrong moment.”

Dr. Floyd Williams, principal of Roosevelt Middle School and Sharon Robinson with staff and students.

Dr. Floyd Williams, principal of Roosevelt Middle School and Sharon Robinson with staff and students.

Sharon herself is an author and has written a number of books on her father and her family life that expands on the story the movie gave.

“My book, “Jackie Robinson American Hero” allows everyone to get a little more to the story about his childhood and his years after baseball and about his family and about the Jackie Robinson Foundation.  You have two hours in a film and I think they did a great job of keeping the film intense, moving quickly and covering a very important period of his life.”

Each student today received a copy of “Jackie Robinson American Hero.”

Sharon Robinson's powerful words made me appreciate Jackie Robinson even more, I really enjoyed today's events.

Sharon Robinson’s powerful words made me appreciate Jackie Robinson even more, I really enjoyed today’s events.

Selig has taken many steps in his tenure as Commissioner to keep the legacy and dreams of Jackie Robinson alive.  From having players honor Robinson by wearing his #42 on April 15 each year, to retiring #42 in every MLB stadium, to working on diversifying the game on and off the field to establishing programs like the R.B.I. program—Selig wants to be sure the legacy of Robinson is never forgotten in baseball.  When asked what Jackie Robinson would think about diversity in the game today, he said steps have been made in the right direction, but we can do better.

“Jackie said in Cincinnati at the World Series just ten days before he passed away that he wanted to look over to the third base dugout and see an African-American manager and he can do that today.  We have done well, but we can do better and that is what I think he would say.  Given where we were 20 years ago, 30 years ago, 50 years ago, we are in a better place, but we need to do better.  We are working on a lot of things.  It’s an ongoing problem, but I’m proud of baseball.  I regard baseball as a social institution and just the fact that baseball could produce what this movie produced makes me proud.  There is work to be done and we will do it.”

Selig also said how Robinson was not only important to just the history of baseball, he was important to the history of our country.

“I read a quote today from Dr. Martin Luther King that he said in 1962 he couldn’t have done what he did for the Civil Rights movement without Jackie Robinson.  That tells you how important in history that Jackie Robinson really is,” said Selig.

Commissioner Selig announced in 1997 that Jackie Robinson's #42 will be retired by every team.

Commissioner Selig announced in 1997 that Jackie Robinson’s #42 will be retired by every team.

In the movie, we saw Brooklyn Dodgers General Manager Branch Rickey make the difficult decision to sign Jackie Robinson.  He knew the decision wouldn’t be popular with everyone, but he knew it was the right decision.  As commissioner, Selig has also been in position to make difficult decisions, but likes to use Rickey’s way of thinking as an example.

“Branch Rickey was so heroic in all of this.  He did this on his own and because it was right.  I happened to be in Chicago when Jackie played his first game at Wrigley Field and I will never forget it, it was a really moving experience.  When you are in a position of responsibility, I always feel that I have to do what is in the best interest of baseball.  It might be unpopular, it might make others mad, but if you know you are doing the right thing, you do it.  That is what Branch Rickey did and he set a great example.  That is the example I hope I set for future generations.  You have got to do what you think is right and if it isn’t popular, so be it.  Just go do it.”

The students listened attentively to the post-movie discussion and Sharon Robinson left the sixth, seventh and eighth graders with a very important piece of advice about the stage of life they are experiencing.

“Take education seriously, especially at this age, Robinson said.  “Be prepared, feel good about yourself, do well at school and make a contribution at home.  If you do this now, when you get to high school, then you will be ready to be a good student.  Be a leader, not a follower.  If you have integrity, you know what you believe in and you don’t let someone sway you in another direction.  Integrity is an important value to develop now as you will use it the rest of your lives.”

The integrity that Jackie Robinson and Branch Rickey had as people was obviously passed down to Sharon Robinson and Bud Selig, hopefully today, that important virtue will be passed on to another generation.

Thank you to the Brewers Community Foundation, City Year, Marcus Cinemas, Major League Baseball, Commissioner Selig, Sharon Robinson and the students of Roosevelt Middle School for making today very special.

–JOHN

johnandcait@brewers.com

What John and Cait Ate…Desserts, Candies and Floats, Oh My!

“When you come to a fork in the road, take it.”

-Yogi Berra

“When you come to a fork in the road, take it…and try these concessions!”-John & Cait

During each homestand, we will be meeting with John DiMartini, Executive Chef at Delaware North Sportservice/Miller Park to sample some of the latest and greatest Miller Park fare.

Pastries at the Park

This season, Miller Park has a new pastry chef, Chef Brett and she’s making herself known with desserts such as Lemon Poppyseed Shortcake, the Miller Park Bar, Vegan and Gluten-Free Carrot Cake, and Triple Decker Chocolate Fudge Cake will be available all season long for just $8.

Take a look at our mouth-watering gallery here:

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The Candy Shop-$8.00

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Fill up the acrylic cup on the left with as much of your favorite candies as it will hold for just $8 and take home the souvenir cup as well! (The glass mug is for root beer, keep reading!)

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Is this talk of candy and desserts making you thirsty?

Root Beer Floats-$15-$25

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New for 2013, Chef John, Chef Brett and their team are offering Root Beer Floats made with Sprecher Root Beer.  The floats are available starting with a child-size for just $15, or an adult size (served in the souvenir glass mug pictured above) for $20. Adults also have the option of purchasing the float made with Sprecher Hard Root Beer for $25.  A root beer float at a baseball game?!  Just as American as a hot dog at a baseball game!  You can’t go wrong.  In addition, it’s great to know that it is made with Milwaukee’s famous Sprecher root beer.

Where To Satisfy Your Craving: The dessert display is located near the Home Plate elevators on the Club Level at Miller Park (see photo below).  The dessert and root beer float carts also pay visits to the Suites.  Desserts are also available in the Johnson Controls Stadium Club.

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Rating (out of 5):

5 Sausages

What about you? Do you have a favorite ballpark snack? A question about concessions? Something you’d like to see featured here? Post your comments below!

Bon Appetit!

-John and Cait

johnandcait@brewers.com

What’s cooking at the Double Clutch Stand at Miller Park this homestand?

In case you missed it, new for 2013, the Chef’s Table has transformed into a food truck called the Double Clutch, located outside Section 215 on the Loge Level. Instead of menu items related to our opponent, the Double Clutch aims to feature unique fare that would be something similar to that found on a food truck. The concessions will change frequently and offer a fun variety.

Chefs Table 2013

The features for the upcoming homestand (Brewers vs. Giants and Brewers vs. Cubs) are:

Smoked Brisket Grilled Cheese served on Texas Toast, made with Muenster cheese and topped with fried onions.

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And, the popular “Spaghetti-n-a-Meatball,” a meatball stuffed with spaghetti, topped with sauce and provolone cheese, is also back for $9.00.

 Meatball

Check back here all season long for What John and Cait Ate reviews, including the updated Double Clutch items!

- Cait

Johnandcain@brewers.com

What John and Cait Ate…Ribbie’s Cafe

“When you come to a fork in the road, take it.”

-Yogi Berra

“When you come to a fork in the road, take it…and try these concessions!”-John & Cait

Hello readers!

We’re really excited to bring back the food review series that we started in 2011: What John and Cait Ate.

During each homestand, we will be meeting with John DiMartini, Executive Chef at Delaware North Sportservice/Miller Park to sample some of the latest and greatest Miller Park fare.

Sportservice provides the food and drink concessions for 25 major league sports clients at 23 venues, including 10 Major League Baseball stadiums.  As the exclusive food, beverage and retail provider for Miller Park, Sportservice offers so many concession stands and such a wide variety of food options that fans dashing out of their seats for a quick snack between innings may be missing out on some of the best ballpark bites.

Don’t worry. We’re here to help.

We started the 2012 What John and Cait Ate series with a look at some of the new smoked meat products available at Miller Park. This year, that selection has expanded.  The beef brisket and smoked turkey are both back.  But we looked at some new items available this year.

Smokin’ Delicious!

Today, at our first meeting with Chef John, we were treated to an array of smoked products. Last year, Sportservice acquired a smoker and refine their classic smoked turkey and brisket plates.  This year, they plan on adding specials varying by homestand–it could be anything from Prime Rib, Mahi Mahi Tacos and Leg of Lamb to what we feasted on this time: a 10oz Smoked Pork Chop and the Beer Can Chicken (how appropriate for Miller Park!).

10oz Smoked Pork Chop-$10.00

10 ounce Pork Chops

10 ounce Pork Chops

Add two slices of white bread, some homemade BBQ sauce, a scoop of macaroni and cheese and a pickle and, my friends, you have a meal!

Finished product.

Finished product

John: A sizable portion at 10 ounces, the pork chop is marinated in apple cider brine and a special seasoning, smoked the day of the game. It’s then drizzled with Miller Park’s homemade barbecue sauce.  The meat was very tender and full of flavor.  Served over two slices of wheat bread, the pork chop could be eaten like a sandwich or cut up.  It was a smoked flavor in the meat combined with the tangy sauce that made this meal a good start to the 2013 season.  A healthy portion of delicious mac ‘n cheese on the side was also served.  It is a bit difficult to eat unless you have a table and it is likely that you will need a fork and knife to eat this.

The Beer Can Chicken-$10.00

Good old fashioned beer can chicken!

Good old fashioned beer can chicken!

A generous portion of macaroni and a pickle round out this ballpark meal!

Quite the feast!

Quite the feast!

Cait: With the chicken, you also get a generous portion. It’s marinated with Guinness and slow-roasted on a beer can for two days, seasoned with Old Bay. Like the pork chop,  the meat was very tender and full of flavor. Delicious mac ‘n cheese and a pickle make this into a meal. As John pointed out, the only drawback to this delicious fare is that it can be  difficult to eat unless you have a table as you will need a fork and knife to eat it. However, that’s just one more reason to get to the ballpark early, have your dinner and then get another snack/dessert somewhere around the 4th or 5th inning!

Where To Satisfy Your Craving: Both of these sandwiches are available at the patio outside the right-field corner on the Field Level & Ribbie’s Cafe outside Section 221 on the Loge Level (pictured below).

Rating (out of 5):

4 Sausages

 

 

Well, that concludes our first food critique of 2013. We hope you enjoyed reading it half as much as we enjoyed tasting these new items. We also hope we’ve inspired you to step outside of your brat and beer routine (not that there’s anything wrong with that) next time you’re at Miller Park to check out the wide variety of concession offerings.

What about you? Do you have a favorite ballpark snack? A question about concessions? Something you’d like to see featured here? Post your comments below!

Bon Appetit!

-John and Cait

johnandcait@brewers.com

What John and Cait Ate… The New Double Clutch Stand at Miller Park!

Last year, SportService debuted the Chef’s Table , a stand featuring concession options that changed based on the opponent we were playing (think Cincinnati Chili when we play the Reds, pierogies when we play the Pirates, etc.

Chefs Table 2013

Well, new for 2013, the Chef’s Table has transformed into a food truck called the Double Clutch, located outside Section 215 on the Loge Level. Instead of menu items related to our opponent, the Double Clutch aims to feature unique fare that would be something similar to that found on a food truck. The concessions will change each series and offer a fun variety.

The feature for the Opening Series vs. the Rockies is a meatball stuffed with spaghetti, topped with sauce and provolone cheese for $9.00.

 Meatball

Check back here all season long for What John and Cait Ate reviews, including the updated Double Clutch items!

Happy Opening Day!

- Cait

Johnandcain@brewers.com

Arizona Fall League Matures in 20th Anniversary Season

The Arizona Fall League continues to help develop Major League talent every year.  The developmental league, just winding down a six-week schedule in the Phoenix area, is in its 20th year.  Brewers President of Baseball Operations and General Manager Doug Melvin and Vice President – Assistant General Manager Gord Ash have each seen the league grow since day one.

“The league itself is very well scouted and an important stepping stone for future Major Leaguers,” Melvin said.  “We send all of our scouts there knowing that this is one of the top developmental leagues.  It will continue to be the top developmental league for years to come because of the competition involved.”

When Major League organizations take seven top prospects and send them to take part in this league, the competition is very high.  Teams are in the homestretch of a 32-game schedule.  Games are held six-days a week around the Phoenix-area.

“The level of competition is what makes the league so important to the development of these players,” Ash said.  “They aren’t playing a regular season game; there is an elite level of competitive talent there.  It’s not just a game either; there is work and practice too which helps fundamentals.  There is no travel which decreases stress for players, you are in one place and focused on baseball.”

Each organization send scouts to games throughout the league to view this level of competition.  Seeing these players play in the Arizona Fall League helps teams come assess what opponents have in their developmental system and comes in handy around the trade deadline.

Take the Brewers mid-season trade with the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim that sent Zack Greinke to the Angels.  One of the key players in the trade, Jean Segura, played in the Fall League last year and was seen by Brewers scouts.

“Segura is a good example of a player we saw in the Fall League last year and liked,” Melvin said.  “We were able to see him against that high level of competition.  He proved to us he was ready and when the Angels called on Greinke, we were ready with reports on Segura that included the Fall League.

The players know every game there is a minimum of 30 scouts each game. During the year, scouts may only see five, six or seven legitimate prospects in games, but here you get a chance to see a lot of players in every game.  We send all of our scouts down there at different times.”

While a number of Brewers players like Josh Prince have put up impressive numbers during the Fall League, they aren’t the most important gauge of a player’s success in the league.  Switching positions, working on driving the ball to the opposite field or a pitcher’s introduction to a new pitch are all things that are common in the league, giving a skewed perception of numbers.

“I don’t get too worried about performance and numbers; maybe they are working on something,” Melvin added. It is important for guys to get work in.  Get at bats and innings pitched against solid competition day in and day out.  That is the spirit of the league.  Good numbers are able to show us that players are ready to compete at the next level.”

Melvin and Ash each visited the Fall League in October along with other members of the Brewers Front Office staff.  Not only is this a great opportunity for the organization to take inventory of young talent on the field, but it also a chance for the club to get to know players off the field.  With no travel, the schedule is less hectic, allowing a chance for some social activities.

“We take the players out to dinner with our staff,” Melvin said.  “It’s important for us to share stories with them and get to know them in a relaxed environment away from the ballpark.  I want to hear what the players have to say about our organization and their thoughts on how we do things.  They also want to hear from us.”

Fans were once a rarity at Fall League games, but with a number of sparkling new facilities in Phoenix, the stands for Fall League games have seen more and more fans.

“It’s caught on from a fan perspective,” Ash said.  “There are more fans.  The improved facilities in Phoenix also play a part in that.  From a perception point of view, fans understand that these are players they will soon see in the big leagues.  And it’s not necessarily just the Phoenix people.  I have seen a lot of people obviously from the hometown of the teams—almost like a mini-Spring Training.  It has certainly caught on as a top developmental league.”

I arrived in Phoenix today and will be sharing stories about the Brewers involved in the league.  If you have followed the stats and read my first Fall League preview, you might have noticed that a few Brewers prospects are missing from box scores.  OF Brock Kjeldgaard broke his left foot on Oct. 27 after he fouled a ball of his foot.  He has returned to Milwaukee where he will have surgery this week by Dr. Richard Marx.  He expects to be ready in time for Spring Training and finished his stint in the Fall League hitting .385 with four home runs and nine RBI in just seven games.

RHP Santo Manzanillo has returned to the Brewers facility in the Dominican Republic where his is rehabbing from a sore right shoulder. He pitched in only three games, tallying 2.0 innings of relief.

The Brewers players are participating in the league as members of the Phoenix Desert Dogs.  The team has a 9-10 record.

Follow along with the MLB Fall League online at mlbfallball.com, on Facebook at facebook.com/mlbfallball and via Twitter @MLBazFallLeague.  Stay tuned for my updates from Arizona here on the blog!

JOHN

johnandcait@brewers.com

Ryan Braun Named Finalist for 2012 Hank Aaron Award

Major League Baseball today announced the finalists for the Hank Aaron Award that recognizes the Most Outstanding Offensive Player in each league. Brewers outfielder Ryan Braun was named a finalist and Brewers fans can help him win the award through voting at MLB.com.

Before we vote, let’s quickly recap Braun’s season with some numbers:

- Braun led the National League with 41 home runs, 356 total bases, 108 runs, a .987 OPS and was tied for the league lead in extra-base hits (80).  He was also among the league leaders in RBI (2nd, 112), hits (2nd, 191), slugging percentage (2nd, .595), batting average (3rd, .319), OBP (3rd, .391) and stolen bases (T9th, 30).

- He recorded his second career 30/30 season and just the eleventh 40/30 season in Major League history.

- He became the only Major Leaguer with 100+ runs and 100+ RBI in each of the last four seasons.

Ryan Braun is a finalist for the Hank Aaron Award. (Getty Images)

Ryan Braun is a finalist for the Hank Aaron Award. (Getty Images)

Those are some fantastic numbers–numbers that certainly make him worth of winning this award.  Beginning today and continuing through October 16th, fans can vote for who they think is the winner.  Each Major League team has a finalist and finalists were selected by a panel that included Aaron, Tony Gwynn, Paul Molitor, Joe Morgan and Robin Yount.  Fans are invited to vote on MLB.com up to ten times a day.

Prince Fielder is the only other Brewers player to win the award, winning in 2007.

–JOHN

johnandcait@brewers.com

Ryan Braun for MVP!

Brewers fans have been fortunate enough to be able to watch Ryan Braun on a daily basis.  The reigning National League MVP has had another tremendous season and is putting up incredible numbers–especially down the stretch to help the Brewers jump back in the postseason race.  Voting for league MVP will take place soon by members of the Baseball Writers Association of America and we want to make sure all the voters know how special of a season Braun is having.

Brewers Media Relations Director Mike Vassallo put together this “résumé” for Braun as the MVP voters get ready to cast their ballot.  It was sent to voters this afternoon.  I’m guessing most of you don’t get a vote, but it is still great to get the word out for Ryan!

To download a .PDF of the résumé, click here: Braun MVP Resume.

–JOHN

johnandcait@brewers.com

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