Dick Steinberg has resided in the city of Brookfield for 35 years. He served 34 years as municipal judge and has been an attorney for 50 years. He enjoys tennis, golf, biking and creative writing, which includes legal issues, sports, government and people.
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The Brewers come home Saturday and the celebration begins to welcome the first playoff team in 26 years. Although, the home team is 2 games down the atmosphere will be much different for them. Many players return to their homes and families and will get the support they need from their loved ones and friends. The extra day off, today, will give the players a chance to get some rest and relaxation before they head for Miller Park on Saturday.
Let the game begin and let the hunger for the taste of victory dominate the desire to win once more.
This is no time to say wait until next year. This is the time to win the next 3 games and with the superb talent at hand our Brewers can and will succeed.
Saturday is the day that our team will brush off the woes of the past and play the game of the day with a zest that has never been seen before.
There is no room for criticism or finger pointing. Baseball is a team game and each athlete on the roster has to be prepared to perform at the highest level of excellence.
To be an underdog is to accept and meet the challenge by doing what they do best. Don't press to hard and the hits will come in droves.
Never say never and show your families, friends and fans that the 2008 Brewers are special.
Somewhere in Miller Park on Saturday my Son and I will be cheering our own major league team.
The Phillies are now in our house and the Brewers will not let us down.