Saturday is officially Bob Uecker Day in Wisconsin
While Milwaukee Brewers fans wait for the team to pull out of their current skid (don't worry, it'll happen eventually), at least they'll have something to celebrate as they bide their time until the team finally clinches the division: Tomorrow is officially Bob Uecker Day in Wisconsin.
Gov. Tony Evers made the proclamation this morning, citing the beloved Brewers announcer's 66 years in baseball and half century with the team. You can read the entire proclamation, in all its formal glory, below.
For 50 years Bob Uecker has been the voice of the Milwaukee @Brewers, bringing the joy and excitement of the game into the homes of fans across our state. Join me in celebrating his career and legacy tomorrow as we commemorate 50 years of Mr. Baseball! #ThisIsMyCrew pic.twitter.com/g7by34yH7n— Governor Tony Evers (@GovEvers) September 24, 2021