Friday- A quiet holiday

Friday- A quiet holiday

Programming note: The Frosty Mug has moved to its own site at BrewersFrostyMug.net. The Mug you know and love continues uninterrupted in this new space, and its Facebook and Twitter feeds will remain the same, but if you wish to continue following the Mug please bookmark (or follow the RSS feed from) its new location. Some things to read while expanding your vocabulary. We are 55 days away from pitchers and catchers reporting to Maryvale Baseball Park for spring training, and the Milwaukee Brewers appear to have taken a couple of days off this week to celebrate the holidays. With 2014 winding down, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com has a year in review.…

Programming note: The Frosty Mug has moved to its own site at BrewersFrostyMug.net. The Mug you know and love continues uninterrupted in this new space, and its Facebook and Twitter feeds will remain the same, but if you wish to continue following the Mug please bookmark (or follow the RSS feed from) its new location.

Some things to read while expanding your vocabulary.

We are 55 days away from pitchers and catchers reporting to Maryvale Baseball Park for spring training, and the Milwaukee Brewers appear to have taken a couple of days off this week to celebrate the holidays. With 2014 winding down, Adam McCalvy of MLB.com has a year in review.

Of course, once the front office returns from their holiday break they’ll have plenty more to do to get the 2015 Brewers ready for Opening Day. Their most pressing need likely remains in the bullpen, and over the holidays a couple of writers came forward with suggestions: Brew Crew Ball user Atta Kid suggests they buy low on former Yankee and Tiger Joba Chamberlain and Pete Schwictenberg of Rant Sports says it seems increasingly likely we’ll see Francisco Rodriguez back for a fifth season in Milwaukee.

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Former BrewCrewBall editor Kyle Lobner has produced the Frosty Mug each weekday since March 2008. That’s nearly 1500 Mugs across six years, a tenure that saw the project grow from a small daily diversion to an all-encompassing look at the Brewers universe. He brought the Mug to Milwaukee Magazine prior to the 2014 Brewers season. When Kyle's not writing about the Brewers or talking about them on the radio, you’ll often find the Appleton resident at the ballpark with his wife, Laura, or out for a walk with his dachshund, Gorman.