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Chacin to Start Opening Day; Brewers Tie Angles 7-7

Jhoulys Chacin has been picked to start the Milwaukee Brewers’ opener against St. Louis on March 28. A 31-year-old right-hander, Chacin was 15-8 with a 3.50 ERA in 35 starts last season. He also started openers for Colorado in 2013 and San Diego in 2017. On the field Milwaukee batters pounded three home runs in…read more »


Golden Eagles Finally Beat St. John’s; Advance to Big East Semis

Markus Howard scored 12 of his 30 points in a game-breaking 23-2 second-half run, and No. 23 Marquette snapped its four-game losing streak with an 86-54 rout of St. John’s in the Big East Tournament quarterfinals. Sacar Anim added 13 points as the second-seeded Golden Eagles beat seventh-seeded St. John’s for the first time in…read more »


Packers Still Making Moves

After a big Tuesday, Green Bay general manager Brian Gutekunst was back at work the next day adjusting the Packers roster even more.  Veteran tight end Marcedes Lewis was signed to a one-year deal and wide receiver Geronimo Allison received a right-of-refusal tender.  The tender which pays Allison a little over two-million dollars this season…read more »


Brewer Pitchers Roughed Up in Loss to Cleveland

Two pitchers Milwaukee is counting on for the 2019 season — Chase Anderson and Josh Hader — gave up seven runs in less than five innings Wednesday.  The Cleveland Indians whipped the Brewers 9-3.  Milwaukee got a fifth-inning homer from prospect Keston Hiura but ended the game with only five hits.  The Brewers try to…read more »


Marquette’s Howard Big East Player of the Year

Marquette guard Markus Howard is the Big East player of the year after leading the conference in scoring and helping the Golden Eagles to a second-place finish in the regular season. Jay Wright, who guided Villanova to its fifth regular-season conference title in six seasons, was named Big East coach of the year for the…read more »


Davies Suffers Setback in Brewers 4-2 Loss to Giants

Zach Davies had been having a strong spring for Milwaukee, bringing hopes he would return to the form which saw him win 17 games year before last.  He had pitched three scoreless innings last night when San Francisco knocked him out of a 4-2 Brewers loss. Tyrone Taylor’s two-run homer provided all of Milwaukee’s scoring. …read more »