Brew City Sports Tonight

Brew City Sports Tonight

Brew City Sports Tonight is a look at everything happening in Milwaukee and Wisconsin sports on 97.3 The Game!

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June 27, 2021 73 min
Khris Middleton takes over with 20 in the fourth quarter and the Bucks win Game 3 in Atlanta!
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Bill Schmid dials up Paul Wagner after another series win for the Brewers in Chicago, and former teammate and draft analyst Owen Riese before the NFL Draft.
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September 23, 2020 43 min
Bob Brainard talks Wisconsin sports with you and former MLB pitchers Paul Wagner and Brad Woodall. Packers conversation with Jim Owczarski of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
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September 16, 2020 46 min
Bob Brainard joins you in the middle of the Brewers double header against the St Louis Cardinals and talks with former MLB pitchers Paul Wagner, Brad Woodall and Don August!
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September 11, 2020 44 min
Bob Brainard gets you ready for Brewers and Cubs with former Brewers pitchers Paul Wagner and Don August. Wisconsin State Journal beat writer Andrew Wagner joins the show from Miller Park.
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