The Brew Crew Wins At Life Again… 80s Style

The Brew Crew has done it again… their cowboy road trip was awesome… but this may take the cake. Headed over to KC to take on the Royals…they did this. Nothing better than getting a bunch of rich dudes that play a kids game for a living and telling them to dress up from the 80s. Love it. Tons of themes too. Magnum PI’s, metal bands, throwback hoops, hip-hop, Beastie Boys, Run DMC, some tennis action, Miami Vice, neon, Blues Brothers… there are just so many ways to go. These photos were sent to me by lobster Daniel on twitter. Have fun figuring out who’s who. I spy Nyjer Morgan, Manny Parra, Kameron Loe, John Axford, Rickie Weeks… and some dudes I don’t recognize.

-bp

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7 Responses to The Brew Crew Wins At Life Again… 80s Style

  1. mario biancalana says:

    Amazing. Im in San Francisco, a huge giants fan — and this is great to see out of the Brew Crew. They know what it’s all about. They play a kids game for a huge amount of money — so why not have fun? And show team camaraderie while they’re at it. The Brewers just got a new fan (second to the Giants) in san francisco.

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  3. Rob says:

    The Rays have been doing the themed trips for a couple of years now. It’s about time some of these guys got a sense of humor and learned to have some fun.

  4. sam says:

    Please tell me Corey Hart dressed up as Corey Hart. How has there not been a Corey Hart “I wear my” Sunglasses giveway game.

  5. Bernie Brewer says:

    Don’t struggle trying to figure out who’s rocking the vintage Bucks warmup. That’s media relations manager John Steinmiller. His dad is a Bucks VP.

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