Teams from across Major League Baseball honored the city of Boston on Tuesday in the wake of the deadly Boston Marathon bombing. Every stadium had a moment of silence for the victims, several played Neil Diamond's "Sweet Caroline" (a modern Fenway Park tradition of note) and the Milwaukee Brewers didn't stop the music there.
Someone at Miller Park had the inspired idea to play the theme from "Cheers," just to remind Boston that everyone in Milwaukee knows their name. It was a fitting tribute from one beer town to another. And it'll give you chills if you let it.
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