Coming in at #13 is the Milwaukee Brewers. Most people are aware that the Brewers were an American League East team when 1986 Topps came out, and I think that is why my apathy for them continues to this day. When I grew up watching baseball, the local team in my broadcast area was the Reds and the two teams with cable deals that I could watch were the Braves on TBS and the Cubs on WGN, all NL teams. In the days before interleague play and ESPN's national broadcast, I rarely saw any American League teams play. Even though the Brewers are rivals with two of those teams today, in the 80's the Brewers were just another team with a weird name like the Expos or the Mariners. Looking back at the great scruffy-looking Brewers teams of the 80's, I do wish I had gotten to see them a bit more. For now, let's take a look at the modern National League Brewers along with some trivia.
If I were a Brewers fan...
Title of the blog - Surviving Bernie's Slide
Favorite Player (current) - Aramis Ramirez
Favorite Player (all time) - Chris Bosio
Least Favorite Player (current) - Ryan Braun
Least Favorite Player (all time) - Bud Selig (not a player, but you get the idea)
2012 Milwaukee Brewers Total Cards = 47
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