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Sports Marketing Internship – Fall ’18 – Milwaukee, WI

Wednesday, August 15th, 2018

Sports Marketing Internship Milwaukee, WI Fall 2018 Lammi Sports Management is an American marketing and management firm that focuses on athlete endorsement, representation, sports personality appearances, sports publishing and media production and syndication. We were founded in 2001 with the intent of providing all of our clients with idea generation and implementation direct from our […]

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Sports Marketing Internship ’18 – Media Properties – Green Bay, WI

Wednesday, August 15th, 2018

Sports Marketing – Internship Fall 2018 Green Bay, WI Lammi Sports Management is an American marketing and management firm that focuses on athlete endorsement, representation, sports personality appearances, sports publishing and media production and syndication. We were founded in 2001 with the intent of providing all of our clients with idea generation and implementation direct […]

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THE TOP 5 FARM SYSTEMS IN MLB

Wednesday, February 15th, 2017

Early February is an exciting time for prospect watchers as the past three weeks have seen the three major top-100 prospect lists unveiled, starting with MLB.com‘s list on Groundhog Day and followed by Baseball America‘s list last Friday and Baseball Prospectus’s top 101 prospects list this Monday. Averaging the three, the top four prospects in […]

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Brewers: Rebuilding Milwaukee opens spring with Ryan Braun, many new faces

Monday, February 13th, 2017

MILWAUKEE — Ryan Braun, a former NL Rookie of the Year and MVP, can add a new entry to his baseball resume this spring. Meet the Milwaukee Brewers’ elder statesman. Given that the Brewers are still rebuilding, it is possible that the club’s most recognizable player might still be dealt away. But Braun has had to live […]

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Milwaukee Brewers: Top prospects report

Wednesday, February 1st, 2017

The Brewers have restocked their system fairly quickly after deciding two years ago to turn the page on contending, a smart move given how quickly the Cubs became world champs and the strength of the Pirates’ and Cardinals’ organizations. Milwaukee has traded well and drafted exceptionally well, but the Brewers have perhaps not had the […]

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Brewers announce 2017 minor league coaching staffs

Monday, January 30th, 2017

The Milwaukee Brewers announced their Minor League affiliates coaching staffs for the 2017 season today. Rick Sweet will return to manage the Triple-A Colorado Springs Sky Sox for the third straight season. He will be joined by Pitching Coach Fred Dabney, Athletic Trainer Aaron Hoback and Strength and Conditioning Specialist Andrew Emmick, who are all […]

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