Milwaukee Brewers minor league players was born on 1981-06-22.
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Brian A. Podoll has written: 'Bound by blood and name' 'The Minor League Milwaukee Brewers, 1859-1952'
The original Milwaukee Brewers from the turn of the century. The Milwaukee Braves from the 50's and early 60's, which became, of course, the Atlanta Braves. The modern Milwaukee Brewers. Milwaukee joined the National League in the late 1870s with a team called the Milwaukee Greys. This team finished last and was shut down within a year or so after its debut. Following this team were a series of semi-professional or minor league teams, associated with organizations like the Western Association, Western League, and American Association, first under the name Milwaukee Creams (Milwaukee was called the Cream City because of its unusual cream-colored brick), and later as the Milwaukee Brewers. It was as the Brewers that Milwaukee became a founding franchise in the American League, with Connie Mack as the manager. they had one good year, then Mack left the team, after which the team stunk and was moved to St. Louis, where they became the Browns (proving that St. Louis had to turn to Milwaukee when they wanted Brewers - ha ha) After that, as already indicated, Milwaukee had the Braves and the current Brewers.
If you are looking for player information you might try the website 'minorleaguebaseball.com' although I would doubt they would have much information if any at all. The Brewers were affliated with the Boston Braves in 1950. Maybe you could try contacting the Atlanta Braves to see if they might have some information. I have included a link on this page, 'Milwaukee Brewers Minor League History' that you can click to read a short history about them and see their year to year records and affliations.
The Milwaukee Brewers got their name because of the number of breweries that were in the city. Some of those breweries at the time were Miller, Schlitz, Pabst, among others. These breweries employed thousands of workers and the Milwaukee baseball team nickname is a homage to those companies and workers. The nickname was originally used at the turn of the 20th Century by the city's minor league teams in the American Association and the Western League.
Try going to MLB.com and typing his name in in the players section of the website. Or do the samething on the Brewers official website.
New Jersey has several minor league level baseball teams but no major league team. The minor league teams are: New Jersey Jackals Trenton Thunder (a New York Yankees double A farm team) Newark Bears Somerset Patriots Lakewood Blue Claws Sussex Skyhawks Camden Riversharks Atlantic City Surf
A minor league affiliate of the Major League club.
Havana ( ex Jersey City) Giants in pre-Castro Cuba.
4, all in the Pioneer League which is a short season rookie level minor league. Billings Mustangs, Great Falls Voyagers, Missoula Ospreys, and Helena Brewers.