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Hiura Sent Back Down to Make Room for Shaw

Despite hitting five home runs and slugging .531, rookie infielder Keston Hiura is being returned to the minors. Hiura’s roster spot was needed for the return of veteran Travis Shaw who has missed time with a wrist injury. Shaw was hitting just .163 when he was placed on the injured list. It is possible that…read more »

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Brewers Win 4-2, Takes Series from Pirates

Eric Thames doubled and homered, driving in three runs as Milwaukee beat the Pirates Sunday 4-2. The Crew took the two out three to win series against division rival. Zach Davies was pulled after eight solid innings when he gave up a double to open the ninth. Davies improved his record to 6-0 and Corbin…read more »


Packers Coach LaFleur Tears Achilles, Will Need Surgery

Packers head coach Matt LaFleur tore his Achilles‘ tendon playing basketball on Wednesday and will need surgery, according to Mike Silver of NFL Network. LaFleur is planning to have the surgery Sunday and is expected to spend the remainder of the offseason working from a cart. The Packers have several more OTA sessions before the…read more »


Badgers Announce Kickoff Times For 5 Games Starting This Fall

The University of Wisconsin football program has announced a 6:00 P-M kickoff time for the season opener at South Florida August 30th.  In a Thursday release, the Badgers revealed the start times for four other games in the 2019 season.  The September 7th home opener at Camp Randall Stadium will kick off at 2:30 P-M. …read more »


Mike Moustakas Leads 18-Hit Attack In Brewers’ 11-5 Victory

Third baseman Mike Moustakas went four-for-six with two homers and four runs batted in as his Milwaukee Brewers beat Pittsburgh 11-5 Thursday. The Brewers torched three Pirate pitchers for 18 hits while moving one-half game out of first place in the National League Central Division. Chase Anderson picked up the win. Jhoulys Chacin starts the…read more »


Lakeside Upsets Parkview 15-3 to Advance in Playoffs

Fifth-seeded Lakeside Lutheran beat second-seeded Orfordville Parkview 15-3 in a WIAA Division III regional baseball final game at Parkview yesterday. Nathan Chesterman picked up the win for Lakeside… throwing 101 pitches– 63 of them for strikes– and striking out Adrian Meza on three pitches to end the game after dealing a 5-pitch walk with two…read more »