If These Walls Could Talk: Milwaukee Brewers: Stories from the Milwaukee Brewers Dugout, Locker Room, and Press Box

If These Walls Could Talk Milwaukee Brewers Stories from the Milwaukee Brewers Dugout Locker Room and Press Box Chronicling the Brewers from the Suds Series of to the National League Central title and from Bambi s Bombers of the late s to Harvey s Wallbangers of the early s Bill Schroeder a long

  • Title: If These Walls Could Talk: Milwaukee Brewers: Stories from the Milwaukee Brewers Dugout, Locker Room, and Press Box
  • Author: Drew Olson Bill Schroeder Craig Counsell
  • ISBN: 9781629372037
  • Page: 357
  • Format: Paperback
  • Chronicling the Brewers from the Suds Series of 1982 to the 2011 National League Central title and from Bambi s Bombers of the late 70s to Harvey s Wallbangers of the early 80s, Bill Schroeder, a longtime Brewers color commentator and former Brewers catcher, provides insight into the Brewers inner sanctum as only he can Read about what goes on in the equipment and trainChronicling the Brewers from the Suds Series of 1982 to the 2011 National League Central title and from Bambi s Bombers of the late 70s to Harvey s Wallbangers of the early 80s, Bill Schroeder, a longtime Brewers color commentator and former Brewers catcher, provides insight into the Brewers inner sanctum as only he can Read about what goes on in the equipment and training rooms, how batting practice can be chaotic, what it s like to travel with the team, and off the wall anecdotes like the time Steve Sparks injured his shoulder trying to rip a phone book in half after listening to a motivational speaker.

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    1. This book is for Brewers fans first and if you like baseball stories you will enjoy this book. The first part of the book deals with famous Brewers and it gives you the hall of fame speeches for Yount, Molitor and Bob Uecker. You also get the fun stories from the field, the odd plays, the personalities of the players and coaches. Then there are the practical jokes and horse play that the players use to break up a long season. The last part of the book is how Bill Schroeder went from ballplayer t [...]

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