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Braun Slams 350th Career HR, Helps Brewers Claim Doubleheader Split

Ryan Braun slammed his 350th career home run, helping the Milwaukee Brewers claim a doubleheader split Wednesday. St. Louis won the first game 4-2 on veteran Adam Wainwright’s complete-game four-hitter.  Braun’s milestone homer was the big blast in a four-run first inning in the nightcap. Milwaukee won that one 6-0 when Brent Suter and three…read more »

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Big Ten Changes Course, Will Play Fall Football After All

Big Ten is going to give fall football a shot after all. Less than five weeks after the conference announced it would push football and other fall sports to spring because of the pandemic, the conference changed course. The conference plans to begin its season the weekend of Oct. 24 with an eight-game schedule for…read more »

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Brewers Bats Come to Life in 18-3 Win Over St. Louis

After scoring 17 runs in the last five games, Brewers hitters pounded St. Louis in an 18-3 win Tuesday night.  Christian Yelich hit his 10th home run and had three hits, while Ryan Braun and Keston Hiura drove in four runs each. Braun, Hiura, and Daniel Vogelbach had homers in the rout which moved Milwaukee…read more »


Brewers Split Doubleheader with Cardinals Despite Quiet Offense

The Milwaukee Brewers split a Monday doubleheader against the Cardinals even though the offense was still absent.  Milwaukee won the first game 2-1, then dropped the nightcap 3-2 – both in extra innings. The day after being no-hit by the Chicago Cubs, Brewers batters managed just eight hits in 17 innings.  They scored two runs…read more »

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Packers Players Stay in Locker Room During National Anthem, Show Unity

Green Bay Packers President and CEO Mark Murphy says the team’s players respect the national anthem and the flag, but also “the right to express ourselves.” The players decided to remain in the locker room during the national anthem as a show of unity for social justice and racial equality.  Murphy says he and the…read more »

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Cubs Righty Alec Mills No-Hits Milwaukee 12-0

Jace Peterson grounded out to shortstop in the ninth inning, wrapping up a no-hitter for Chicago Cubs right-hander Alec Mills, as the Cubs shut out the Brewers 12-0. It was just the 15th major league start for Mills, who threw 114 pitches while picking up his fifth victory Brewers outfielder Avisail Garcia came to closest…read more »