July 4, 1960: Braves' rally supplies the fireworks on Independence Day

The Pittsburgh Pirates traveled to Milwaukee in 1960 for their…

August 18, 1960: Lew Burdette tosses a no-hitter for Braves

Lew Burdette had been close twice before. He had hurled two one-hitters…

September 16, 1960: Warren Spahn no-hits Phillies, wins 20th game of season

“It’s just a crazy game,” said 39-year-old Warren Spahn.…

April 28, 1961: Braves' Warren Spahn pitches second career no-hitter

It was barely the third week of the 1961 season. A meager crowd…

April 30, 1961: The Say Hey Kid’s four-homer game

The 1961 major-league season was barely three weeks old the day…

May 4, 1961: Joe Adcock’s walk-off grand slam wins it for Braves

From the time he arrived in Milwaukee with the rest of his Braves…

August 11, 1961: Braves' Warren Spahn wins his 300th career game

Warren Spahn joined the elite group of 300-game winners with…

July 12, 1962: Hank Aaron’s walk-off grand slam caps Braves' comeback victory

As the St. Louis Cardinals and the Milwaukee Braves began a three-game…

May 21, 1963: Reds' Jim Maloney strikes out eight consecutive Braves batters

At the opening of the 1963 major-league season, the Cincinnati…

April 22, 1964: McCovey’s three homers sink Braves in home opener

To Milwaukee fandom, the 1964 home opener represented a potential…

September 22, 1965: Braves bid farewell to Milwaukee

If the impending departure of the Milwaukee Braves was considered…

June 16, 1969: Chicago White Sox defeat Seattle Pilots in Milwaukee

A seldom remembered and mostly unknown era for Milwaukee County…

April 7, 1970: Milwaukee Brewers make their debut at County Stadium

It had been a long wait. The last time County Stadium hosted…

May 15, 1973: Davey May's 17th-inning blast hoists Brewers to victory

Glancing at the front page of Milwaukee’s major morning newspaper,…

July 29, 1973: Brewers' Boomer drives in six to sweep the Yankees

As July 1973 drew to a close, the Milwaukee Brewers were struggling…

May 1, 1975: Hank Aaron breaks the Babe’s RBI record

The old, the young, and the immortal converged at County Stadium…

July 15, 1975: In Milwaukee, NL wins fourth straight All-Star Game

On July 15, 1975, Milwaukee’s County Stadium hosted the All-Star…

April 8, 1976: Hammerin’ Hank knocks in three in his final Opening Day

Movie theaters were showing Family Plot, the final movie directed…

July 20, 1976: Hank Aaron hits his 755th and final career home run

It seems appropriate somehow that Henry Aaron’s last moonshot…

June 26, 1977: Cecil Cooper’s walk-off grand slam propels Brewers

Cecil Cooper was counting on the next pitch being a good one.“I…