The 2011 Maple Street Press Brewers Annual | Disciples of Uecker

Disciples of Uecker

We'd like to go to the Playoffs, that would be cool.

Finally, a preview magazine created for and built by Brewers fans! When I was contacted by Brian Carriveau back in November about the opportunity to contribute for this year’s Maple Street Press Brewers Annual, it was an opportunity I couldn’t refuse. Along with myself, some of the greatest Brewers minds around the state (and elsewhere, I’m sure) have combined to put together this 128 page manifesto on the upcoming Milwaukee Brewers season. My contribution is a profile of Rickie Weeks as a lead-off man (short version: he’s good). Check out the table of contents below for more of what you can expect to see and the great minds that contributed them. You can order the magazine online here or on newsstands at the beginning of March.

Turning Up The Heat
by Kyle Lobner

An Aggressive New Direction
by Drew Olson

Past And Present
by Jaymes Langrehr

Stocked Up On Talent
by Kyle Lobner

Know Thy Enemy
by Tony Wilson

Carving His Own Niche
by Jordan Schelling

A Contending Rotation
by Brian Carriveau

Back In The Booth
by Drew Olson

Success Is A Relief
by Brian Carriveau

Identity Building Exercise
by Nicholas Zettel

Looking For Leather
by Jaymes Langrehr

A Lead-off Profile
by Jack Moore

Farm Report
by Ryan Topp

The Future Of The Franchise
by Jim Breen

Forging A Friendship
by Chris Mehring

Brewing Up Memories
by Jason Wilde

Team Streak
by James Wold

Larger Than Life
by Mike Johnson

Needs More Uecker
by Scott Vander Helden

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