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June 12, 2016 6:00 am

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The Brewers catcher is playing like an MVP, but will he get paid like one?

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June 6, 2016 12:04 pm

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How much would it take for the Brewers to extend Jonathan Lucroy's contract beyond 2017?

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September 30, 2015 9:51 am

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Prince Fielder is hitting .300 and helping lead the Rangers to the postseason.

Prince Fielder isn't the slugger he once was, but he's still managing to be very productive, transforming himself into a contact hitter with some pop. Fielder has also contributed to the Rangers loose clubhouse and dugout atmosphere, providing moments of levity for all to enjoy. Over at BP Milwaukee, Jack Moore takes a look at the impact Fielder has had on and off the field.

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September 15, 2015 9:51 am

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One of the biggest flaws in the current CBA hurt the Brewers in the past and will continue to hurt other teams until it's changed.

Free-agent compensation has always been a highly flawed system. The current way things are run may be better than the past, but it still is causing major issues. It keeps players from maximizing their potential earnings and it encourages middling teams to lose down the stretch to ensure they solidify their standing with regards to getting a protected pick. At BP Milwaukee, Jack Moore breaks down how it's affected the Brewers in the recent past.

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August 18, 2015 6:00 am

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Knowing what's happened in the past, David Denson's comfort with coming out publicly tells us just how far we've come as a society.

Over the weekend, Brewers minor leaguer David Denson became the first player on an affiliated professional baseball team to come out as gay. While Denson is the first to come out to the public, he's certainly not the first gay player in baseball. Learning more about the experiences the players from the past faced tells us just how far we've come and what Denson's coming out really means. At BP Milwaukee, Jack Moore looks back on the experiences Billy Bean and Glenn Burke had being gay and in baseball and discusses just what Denson's coming out means. Read the story here.

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June 23, 2015 10:41 am

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Publicly funded stadiums continue to put money in the pockets of owners while the rest us keep paying for it.

Miller Park is a wonderful ballpark, but the fact is, it's still costing tax payers money and could do so for the foreseeable future. With the debut of BP Milwaukee came a great piece from Jack Moore showing us how the owners continue to make money on their state-of-the-art stadium, with the NBA's Milwaukee Bucks set to do the same, as the public is saddled with costs that inevitably end up being more than projected.

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Jack Moore can be seen at Sports on Earth, CBSSports.com, and wherever else the internet will have him. He owns a set of Russell Wilson Gastonia Grizzlies baseball cards.

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