This Day in Milwaukee Brewers History – The 1973 Opening Day Snowout

You’d think a hurricane was coming prior to the 1973 season, not a snowstorm.  Popular first baseman George “Boomer” Scott said 1972 had been his most difficult season in the big leagues due to player moves on the team. 

The blog post here previously has been published as content in my Milwaukee Brewers historical book. For this reason the post has been taken down. This page remains in place so links posted to here on various social media sites remain active.

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7 thoughts on “This Day in Milwaukee Brewers History – The 1973 Opening Day Snowout

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  6. Thanks. Robin Yount debuted in 73, I believe. A bit surprised that two time MVP didn’t get al little ink. Otherwise, enjoyed this read a lot.

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