In American Association Daily, Robert Pannier looks back on the 2019 American Association season of the Milwaukee Milkmen, their first season in the league. This includes looking at the top player and pitcher as well as what to expect in 2020.
In American Association Daily, Robert Pannier discusses the latest news surrounding the Milwaukee Milkmen and how this may have completely soured their first season in the American Association. This includes the firing of Manager Gary McClure and a legal battle over the naming rights to the team’s stadium.
Franklin, Wisconsin(September 9, 2019) – The Milwaukee Milkmen, coming off of their very first season in the American Association of Professional Baseball League, have dismissed manager Gary McClure. It was a bumpy first campaign that kicked off with “home” games in Kokomo due to weather related construction delays at brand-new Routine Field Stadium in Franklin, WI. […]
In this edition of American Association Daily, Robert Pannier examines the highlights, transactions and news from the American Association for September 2, 2019. There were six games played on the last day of the regular season, including the Sioux City Explorers clinching a playoff spot and the St. Paul Saints clinching home field advantage throughout the playoffs.
The final game of the 2019 season, the first for the Milwaukee Milkmen almost began similar to the first two games against the Texas AirHogs this series, beginning the first 3 2/3 innings hitless. Manny Boscan got the hitting going with a single in the fourth and from there the boys took control. The scoring […]
The Texas AirHogs stalled Milkmen scoring for a second night. Milwaukee went hitless until the eighth inning, when Garrett Copeland got his 19th double of the year, which resulted to be the only hit. Riley Pittman scored the Milkmen’s only run off a balk in the eighth inning. Milwaukee finished with two men left on […]
A steady pitching performance by Texas AirHogs starter Zhang Tao stopped the Milkmen from gaining momentum. Tao pitched 8 innings and allowed just one hit while walking 3 with 5 strikeouts. Milwaukee finished with just 2 hits, and one of them was a solo shot from Glen McClain (3) in the ninth inning, which almost forced […]
ROSEMONT, Ill. — Behind a Victor Roache homer and clutch pitching down the stretch, the Chicago Dogs held on for a 5-3 victory over the Milwaukee Milkmen, completing the series sweep on Friday night. Jake Dahlberg (W, 9-6) hurled six solid innings, allowing two runs — one earned — on three hits and three walks […]
ROSEMONT, Ill. — Jordan Dean homered to back another spectacular start from D.J. Snelten as the Chicago Dogs remained in the playoff hunt with a 4-1 win over the Milwaukee Milkmen on Thursday night at Impact Field. Snelten (W, 7-3) allowed just one run on six hits and one walk while striking out eight over […]
The Milwaukee Milkmen traveled to Chicago for their final series on the road. The Milkmen were roughed up by the strong offense of the Chicago Wieners (as they are called at their park). The final score was 10-3 in favor of the Dogs, however, for a short time it appeared that the Milkmen were going […]
ROSEMONT, Ill. — Keon Barnum and Victor Roache tallied three RBI each to key offensive fireworks, guiding the Chicago Dogs to a 10-3 victory over the Milwaukee Milkmen on Wednesday night at Impact Field. In a complete team effort, four Dogs recorded multi-hit games, and three recorded multi-RBI games. Luke Westphal (W, 11-2) worked five […]
In this edition of American Association Daily, Robert Pannier examines the highlights, transactions and news from the American Association for August 26, 2019. There were five games in the American Association on Monday, including the St. Paul Saints setting a league record in their victory over Chicago and the Sioux City Explorers retook sole possession of second place in the South with their win over Kansas City.
FRANKLIN, Wisc. — In a series of tight games, round three went to the Milkmen. The Sioux Falls Canaries (37-56) dropped the rubber game of their three game set 5-3 at Milwaukee (36-57) Monday night at Routine Field. Tyler Herron threw seven solid innings for the Birds, despite having to stop for a 55-minute rain […]
FRANKLIN, Wisc. — An eighth-inning two-run single from Mike Hart was the difference in a come-from-behind win for the Sioux Falls Canaries. The Birds (37-55) knocked off the Milwaukee Milkmen (36-57) 7-6 in the middle game of a three-game series. The Birds trailed 6-2 after two innings, but scored five unanswered runs to seal the […]
In this edition of American Association Daily, Robert Pannier examines the highlights, transactions and news from the American Association for August 24, 2019. There were six games in the American Association on Saturday, including the St. Paul Saints winning a marathon contest over the Chicago Dogs, and the Kansas City T-Bones downed the Sioux City Explorers to take possession of second place in the South.
FRANKLIN, Wisc. — Timely hits evaded the Sioux Falls Canaries on Saturday night at Routine Field. The Birds (36-55) lost 1-0 to the Milwaukee Milkmen (36-56) in the opener of a three-game series. Canaries starter Mark Seyler threw six innings of one-run ball, allowing seven hits, all singles. He walked one and struck out three […]
Welcome to Milk Stand, with Milwaukee Milkmen Manager Gary McClure. Milk Stand will be brought to you each week during the season, where the Skipper will answer questions from fans related to the Milkmen, baseball or sports, or whatever is on your minds. If you would like to send your own questions to the Skipper, […]
In American Association Daily, Robert Pannier analyzes the trade that sent RHP T. J. House from the Milwaukee Milkmen to the Kansas City T-Bones. The Milkmen receive a player to be named later. The American Association trade deadline is midnight tonight.
FRANKLIN, Wis. — Gustavo Pierre homered and drove in three runs, Jake Dahlberg pitched a gem and the Chicago Dogs completed the sweep with a 8-3 win over the Milwaukee Milkmen on Tuesday night. Dahlberg (W, 8-6) dazzled over seven frames, allowing just one earned run on three hits while striking out six. Following the […]
A damp afternoon brought out the mosquitos, which was fitting for Mosquito Day here at Routine Field. The Milkmen took the lead early in the first with an RBI single by Garrett Copeland. The Chicago Dogs took a 2-1 lead in the fourth and would extend their lead in the six and eighth innings, with […]
FRANKLIN, Wis. — Keon Barnum launched the go-ahead home run in the tenth inning and Rich Mascheri closed it out to lead the Chicago Dogs to a 4-3 extra-innings win over the Milwaukee Milkmen on Monday night at Routine Field. Barmum’s blast was his 30th of the season, tying the American Association’s single-season home run […]
The Milkmen managed to stifle the Chicago Dogs throughout much the game on defense. Milwaukee managed to strike first in the fifth inning after an RBI single by Sam Dexter. The Dogs would tie the game in eighth with an RBI single by Gustavo Pierre. Chicago took a 3-1 lead in the ninth, but the Milkmen would […]
The Milkmen met up again with Wisconsin’s all-time sports rival, the city of Chicago, in their first ever matchup at Routine Field. A lot of fun was had tonight with condiment painting and a hot dog eating contest along with other activities tonight. Milwaukee had the offense rolling throughout the game, getting 9 hits, but […]
In this American Association Daily, Robert Pannier examines the highlights, transactions and news from the American Association for August 17, 2019. There were six games played on Sunday, including the Cleburne Railroaders sweeping the Sioux City Explorers, and the Winnipeg Goldeyes avoiding being swept behind another stellar outing by Mitch Lambson.
The Milwaukee Milkmen did something last night that they have not done in a long time…they pitched and hit in a convincing 7-2 win over the Gary Southshore Railsplitters. Sometimes the Milkmen get very good pitching and little hitting or the hitters score some runs and the pitchers do not hold the opposition. On Friday […]
GARY, IND. — Six innings of one-run ball from Trevor Lubking and a one-run lead heading into the seventh inning wasn’t enough for Gary in front of 3,681 on Clunker Car Night at U.S. Steel Yard as the RailCats fell to the Milwaukee Milkmen, 3-2, on Saturday night. Saturday’s loss guarantees Gary an overall record […]
In this American Association Daily, Robert Pannier examines the highlights, transactions and news from the American Association for August 16, 2019. There were seven games played on Friday night, including the Kansas City T-Bones extending their winning streak to 10 with a double-header sweep and the Cleburne Railroaders down the Sioux City Explorers for the second straight night.
GARY, IND. — Three doubles, a walk and a run from Colin Willis and a 2-0 lead after the second inning wasn’t enough for Gary as the RailCats fell to the Milwaukee Milkmen, 7-2, in front of 4,302 fans on Star Wars Night at U.S Steel Yard on Friday. Following Fridays’ defeat, Gary is a […]
GARY, IND. — A career-high six scoreless innings from Seth Hougesen and a two-out, two-run double from Marcus Mooney led the RailCats to a 2-1 series-opening win over the Milwaukee Milkmen on a cool Thursday night at U.S. Steel Yard. Following Thursday’s victory, the ‘Cats are 9-2 head-to-head against Milwaukee. Gary (34-49) took the opening […]
It was cool night here at Routine Field and the Milkmen couldn’t string the hits together to take the final game away from the RedHawks. Milwaukee struck out swinging 16 times, getting 6 hits and leaving 8 on base. Derek Reddy extended his hitting streak to 10 games, and Adam Walker delivered the sole run, […]