roadkill1
Let's take a nostalgic look at the 2018 season.

Maybe there was a moment you really enjoyed...…..share it.

I have several.
Signing Lo Cain, HUGE!!!!
Trading for Yelich, HUGER!!!!!

Another thing that sticks out to me was robbing the other teams HRs.

I believe Broxton had a few and Cain had a couple.
I loved those!

Hader's torrid start.
5 All-Stars
Orf's first MLB HR!

Yelich and Braun Back to Back!

Kratz starring down the human DONKEY in Cincy!!!!!!!

To name a few...……...but to me the BIGGEST was going to Wrigley for and handing the Cubs an "L!!"


Stan b
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db11
Schoop's grand slam...sadly it was the only thing he brought to the table after being acquired.
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cgrade23
So many moments that made this season fun to watch:
In no particular order:
- Beating the Cubs to win the Central
- Peralta's first start 
- Watching Yelich go crazy in the 2nd half
- Yelich and Braun's back to back HR's to walk off the Cardinals in April
- Jesus' walk off against the Marlins
- Thames' walk off against the Rockies
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roadkill1
cgrade23 wrote:
So many moments that made this season fun to watch:
In no particular order:
- Beating the Cubs to win the Central
- Peralta's first start 
- Watching Yelich go crazy in the 2nd half
- Yelich and Braun's back to back HR's to walk off the Cardinals in April
- Jesus' walk off against the Marlins
- Thames' walk off against the Rockies


As you guys know, I am elderly...….

In all my years of following the game I love, I've never seen anything like Yelich's second half.
And I truly believe there is MORE from him.


Stan b
"So what is big is not always the Trout nor the Deer but the chance, the being there. And what is full is not necessarily the creel nor the freezer, but the memory." ~ Aldo Leopold
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safetysqueezepleezzee11
Watched my last Packer game with my dad - but didnt  realize it at the time. He had been bedridden for about 2 weeks  on Hospice,but was fully conscious to watch and comment on the game against San Fran. Started this tradition in the 1950's via radio. Dad went down hill very fast by thurs Oct 18th and passed on Sun Oct 21.  He had no complaints - made it to 98 years and nearly 5 month and only had about 4-5 really bad days at the end.  We  missed a few  Packer games over the years when I was overseas in the military, a few thru dental school and a few when I was on hunting trips somewhere. In recent years we watched AND DVR'd the game and watched it again the next day. We really nearly set our schedules to watch the Packer game live on TV. I dont think Packer games will ever be the same for me.
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