Thursday, March 25, 2010

Opening Day trivia question

What Brewer hit two Opening Day grand slams?

Trivia book MILWAUKEE BREWERS IQ scheduled to be released APRIL 6, the day after the Brewers home opener against Rockies.Visit to be one of the first to order and receive book.

"The title sums it up perfectly. Joel Katte has done an excellent job of teasing the reader with relatively common knowledge early, and frustrating the most diehard of Brewers fans by the “final out.” The aficionado will even be mentally transported to the place they heard or saw the respective event in question. Katte has done his homework and I cannot wait for more. This is a must-have at any Milwaukee tailgate party. Go Brewers!"
--Ethan J. Hoehn, Chicago

Saturday, March 13, 2010

BREWERS IQ Trivia Book set to be released April 6th!

Release date set for April 6th, the day after the Brewers home opener!

"Our fourth MLB book in the IQ series, Milwaukee Brewers IQ: The Ultimate Test of True Fandom, by author Joel Katte will be released on April 6. Joel is a former professional baseball player in the Angels minor league system. He’s also the co-author of Black Mesa’s soon-to-be-released St. Louis Cardinals IQ book and he is working on his memoir, The County Stadium Kid."

Click here and scroll down to see announcement.

Thursday, March 11, 2010

Brewers Iron Men?

Can you name five Milwaukee Brewers who played in all 162 games in one season?

Hint: Joey Meyer, Rob Deer, and Bernie Giles did not.

Name the Brewers pitcher who became the first pitcher in Brewers history to lead the league in innings pitched with 258?

Hint: The correct answer is not Jamie Cocanower.

Enter guesses in comments section and you could be one of the first to see the book.

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Sneak peak at book's cover

I just received a sneak peak at what my book's cover might look like. I like the focus on the stadium's signature roof and colors of the retro uniforms. The picture was taken on one of the "Arctic Freeze" 8 degrees days when fans were sleeping in tents, tailgating, and waiting for Opening Day tickets. Certainly, those diehards deserve "ultimate" status in true fandom.