Tom Haudricourt, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Tom Haudricourt

Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

Bayside, WI, United States

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Recent:
  • Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Past:
  • USA TODAY
  • Post-Crescent Media
  • SheboyganPress Media
  • North Jersey News
  • Tallahassee Democrat
  • Fond du Lac Reporter
  • Green Bay Press-Gaz.
  • HTR
  • Marshfield News
  • Oshkosh Northwestern
  • and more…

Recent articles by Tom:

Brewers ready to advance to 'World Series' play during intrasquad action at Summer Camp

To add a little spice to their intrasquad games in Summer Camp, the Brewers are going to put together a "Blue and Gold World Series" competition. → Read More

If the Brewers' Brock Holt had opted out of playing due to COVID-19, he felt 'my baseball career would be over'

With a pregnant wife and young son, Brock Holt worried about playing baseball during the pandemic but worried it could end his career if he didn't. → Read More

Brewers open 2020 schedule against Cubs at Wrigley, play home opener against Cardinals

The Brewers will open the delayed 2020 season against the Cubs at Wrigley Field and play their home opener July 31 against St. Louis. → Read More

Luis Urías, Angel Perdomo tested positive for COVID-19 before reporting to Brewers' camp

Manager Craig Counsell said both Urías and Perdomo tested positive prior to intake for summer camp. → Read More

Corey Knebel, now nearly fully recovered from Tommy John surgery, is 'really sharp' as Brewers camp opens

The right-hander is a full 15 months removed from Tommy John surgery, and along with Josh Hader should provide a strong 1-2 punch out of the bullpen. → Read More

It was 'easy call' for Christian Yelich to play during pandemic but he understands concerns

Christian Yelich said it was an "easy call" for him to play during the pandemic but the Brewers star understands those who choose not to do so. → Read More

Initial MLB testing results for COVID-19 encouraging; Brewers still waiting for theirs

Early testing for COVID-19 by MLB provided encouraging results but the Brewers still awaited their numbers on Friday afternoon. → Read More

Brewers fans have a chance to join Bob Uecker in the last row as part of the 'Cutout Crew'

Fans can't come to games at Miller Park - yet - but they can be represented in cardboard cutouts with Bob Uecker's statue on the last row. → Read More

The Brewers have invited 45 players to camp at Miller Park but held off naming rest of the player pool

The list of players being considered for the opening 30-man roster didn't have any real surprises. Right-hander Drew Rasmussen was one who stood out. → Read More

As Brewers join number of teams with positive tests, major challenge for MLB remains COVID-19

Brewers' general manager David Stearns said health and safety remains MLB's focus as Milwaukee joins number of other teams with positive tests. → Read More

Brewers Hall of Fame radio voice Bob Uecker is ready to call 30 home games at Miller Park

Despite the risks associated with the COVID-19 pandemic, Brewers radio icon Bob Uecker, 86, is ready to call the 30 games on-site at Miller Park. → Read More

Players union votes to turn down 60-game season, leaving it to Manfred to make his move

The players union voted overwhelmingly Monday to turn down owners' latest offer for a 60-game season, leaving it to commissioner Rob Manfred. → Read More

Manfred and Clark meet, jointly develop framework to begin delayed 2020 MLB season

After baseball commissioner Rob Manfred and players union director Tony Clark met, talks moved toward getting a delayed 2020 season started. → Read More

Brewers select UCLA centerfielder Garrett Mitchell with 20th pick in first round of draft

The Brewers have shown a tendency to covet middle-of-the-field players and did so again by picking Mitchell. → Read More

MLB owners, players remain at odds over how many games would be played in 2020 season

After hopes the sides were headed for an agreement the previous day, MLB owners and players remained at odds Thursday over the number of games for 2020. → Read More

David Stearns 'firmly' believes there will be baseball in 2020 and says it can help the healing process

“I want to share how hopeful I am that ... we really can in some small way be a part of the healing process here," the Brewers GM said. → Read More

Individual gains illegal entry to Miller Park and does minor damage to playing surface

An intruder entered Miller Park on Tuesday morning and did minor damage to the playing surface. → Read More

State death toll from COVID-19 surpasses 500 mark; nearly 6,000 cases in Milwaukee County

With 11 more reported deaths Saturday, the state death toll from COVID-19 surpassed the 500 mark. → Read More

Brewers decide against furloughs for baseball operations staff for entirety of 2020 season

The Milwaukee Brewers have decided not to furlough any members of their baseball operations even if no games are played in 2020. → Read More

As Wisconsin collects data on coronavirus and its effects, some positive trends are emerging

Wisconsin also saw a drop in calls reporting child abuse -- but that's not a positive sign, experts warn. → Read More