Milwaukee has been synonymous with Brewers baseball since the team began playing there back in 1970.
Since joining the MLB in 1969 as an expansion team, the San Diego Padres have competed out of the National League’s West Division with one goal in mind: to become World Series champions.
Winners of eight championships prior to the Super Bowl era, the Cleveland Browns have come to be known over the last few decades as one of the most snake-bitten franchises in professional sports.
Fans of the Indianapolis Colts have had the privilege of having some of the game’s best quarterbacks on their roster. Going from one of the best of all-time in Peyton Manning to Andrew Luck, it seemed like the success would keep coming.
The Minnesota Vikings came into the NFL in 1960 as an expansion team. In the 60+ years that they have been around, this team has had its ups and downs but has yet to ascend the football mountain and stake their claim as Super Bowl champions.
While the Tennessee Titans have been in existence since 1999, the franchise has roots dating back to 1960 as the Houston Oilers. Winning two AFL championships as the Oilers, the team moved to Tennessee for the 1997 season.