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  • Wisconsin Sports 7-29 July 29, 2016
    >>Brewers Strike Out 13 Times But Still Beat Arizona (Milwaukee, WI) — The Milwaukee Brewers strike out 13 times but still beat Arizona six to four Thursday at Miller Park. The Diamondbacks’ Robbie Ray struck out a career high eleven in five and two thirds innings — but he also gave up five runs as […]
  • Leonard L. “LEN” Hebard July 28, 2016
    Leonard L. “LEN” Hebard, 94, died on Wednesday, July 27th at the Ladysmith Care & Rehabilitation Center. He is survived by his wife Bernice, 1 son Jerry of Kenosha, 1 grandaughter, 1 great-grandson, 1 brother Alan Hebard, 1 brother-in-law, nieces, nephews, cousins, and friends. A memorial service for Len Hebard will be held on Saturday, […]
  • Fans need to see real change, not just acknowledgement, from players with troubled pasts July 29, 2016
    I've waited my whole life for a Chicago Cubs World Series win. (Let's be honest, with the exception of a few Guinness World Record holders, who hasn't?) I've dreamed about what it would be like to see them win it all. On Monday, the team made a move that brings a championship that much closer to the north side […]
  • TNT's Craig Sager honored with Jimmy V award: 'We need your help' July 29, 2016
    Turner Sports reporter Craig Sager received the Jimmy V Perseverance Award at The ESPYS on Wednesday night in Los Angeles. Sager, effusive in his thanks and expression of gratitude to his family, friends, colleagues and ESPN, took the stage at the Microsoft Theater after a video narrative and tribute that brought him to tears in […]
  • NFL's 20 most impactful offseason moves for 2016 July 29, 2016
    Just six more weeks until the start of the NFL season. Six weeks until the transition from speculation to proof. Teams have been tinkering for six months now, and at some point soon, we will start to find out which moves worked and which didn't. Some offseason moves are made with the long-term future in […]