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Braun could be headed to the DL

The Milwaukee Brewers are expected to get more outfield depth today.  Logan Schafer is expected to come off of the disabled list today (Saturday). To make room on the roster for Schafer, the Brewers are expected to put Ryan Braun…

posted 2014/05/03 by Wisconsin Radio Network» Sports


Brewers place Henderson on 15-day DL

After allowing five runs, four hits and a walk in last night’s 8-3 loss to the Cincinnati Reds, the Milwaukee Brewers have placed relief pitcher Jim Henderson on the 15-day disabled list because of right shoulder inflammation.  Outfielder Caleb Gindl…

posted 2014/05/02 by Wisconsin Radio Network» Sports


Noskowiak back in the mix at Marquette

When Buzz Williams left Marquette, recruit Nick Noskowiak decided to reopen his recruiting process.  Noskowiak said he wanted to be recruited by new coach Steve Wojciechowski. Thursday night, Noskowiak tweeted, “It is a Done Deal, no person I trust more…

posted 2014/05/01 by Wisconsin Radio Network» Sports

Rattlers’ Erickson hits milestone victory

Talk to Matt Erickson about becoming the Wisconsin Timber Rattlers all-time winningest manager and he’ll joke about the fact that he’s been around for so long that he should have the most wins. But Erickson deserves far more credit than…

posted 2014/05/01 by Wisconsin Radio Network» Sports

Late home run lifts Cincinnati past the Brewers

Brayan Pena’s pinch hit two run homer in the 8th inning broke a 3-3 tie and led the Cincinnati Reds to an 8-3 win over the Milwaukee Brewers at Great American Ballpark. It’s the second straight loss for the Brewers,…

posted 2014/05/01 by Wisconsin Radio Network» Sports

Packers GM excited about Peppers signing

Green Bay Packers general manager Ted Thompson met with the media on Thursday at his annual say nothing pre-draft press conference.  Thompson didn’t divulge anything with regards to next weeks draft, he did talk about the acquisition of pass rushing…

posted 2014/05/01 by Wisconsin Radio Network» Sports

Marquette names new women’s head coach

Former Marquette standout point guard Carolyn Kieger is returning to the school as the new women’s head basketball coach.  The announcement came at a press conference on Thursday afternoon. Kieger is a native of St. Paul, Minnesota and finished her…

posted 2014/05/01 by Wisconsin Radio Network» Sports

Badgers to meet Duke in 2014 Challenge game

Following Wisconsin’s Final Four run this past season, Bo Ryan’s Badgers are projected as a top 5 team in the country for next season.  With those kind of projections and lofty expectations, come big games. The 2014 ACC/Big Ten Challenge…

posted 2014/05/01 by Wisconsin Radio Network» Sports

Brewers recall Wooten, option Herrerra to Nashville

The Milwaukee Brewers aren’t ready to give up on Rule 5 pick Wei-Chung Wang.  Instead, the Brewers sent utility player Elian Herrera to Triple A Nashville and called up reliever Rob Wooten. Wang struggled again in yesterday’s 9-3 loss to…

posted 2014/05/01 by Wisconsin Radio Network» Sports

Garza struggles as Brewers drop series finale to Cardinals

The Milwaukee Brewers finished the month of April with a 20-8 record, but they did so with a 9-3 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals. The Brewers needed starter Matt Garza to get them deep into the game to take…

posted 2014/05/01 by Wisconsin Radio Network» Sports

Marquette adds another assistant coach

New Marquette men’s basketball coach Steve Wojciechowski has hired former Florida star Brett Nelson as an assistant coach with the Golden Eagles. Nelson has spent the last seven years as an assistant at Ball State, Drake, Arkansas and Marshall.  He…

posted 2014/05/01 by Wisconsin Radio Network» Sports

Admirals look to keep their season alive

The Milwaukee Admirals look to stave off elimination tonight (Thursday) when they face the Toronto Marlies in game three of their best-of-five Western Conference Quarterfinal matchup at Ricoh Coliseum in Toronto. The Marlies grabbed the first two games of the…

posted 2014/05/01 by Wisconsin Radio Network» Sports

There it is. The most popular cereal in Wisconsin is Cinnamon Toast Crunch. On the Thursday PhilCast I'll have a…
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Quick mention on yesterday's rain: Isn't it amazing how we take it for granted when it's gone....I had to re-plant…
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Two Wisconsin cities show up on a new list ranking the most entertaining cities in the country. And the winner…
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