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Wisconsin State Sports (5am update)

 

>>Brewers LHP Suter Pitches, Hits Milwaukee To 3-2 Win

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  Left-hander Brent Suter rushed into the game with one out in the first inning and pitched four-and-two-thirds innings of relief to pick up his second victory of the season.  That isn’t all he did Tuesday.  Super touched American League Cy Young Award winner Corey Kluber for a first-pitch, third-inning home run in Milwaukee’s 3-2 victory.  That was Cleveland’s fourth straight loss.  Suter took over for Wade Miley when the starter suffered an oblique strain after throwing just 19 pitches.  Travis Shaw also hit the ball out of the park to drive in a pair of runs.  Junior Guerra will start this afternoon’s 12:10 P-M game against the Indians at Miller Park.

 

>>Milwaukee C Vogt Suffers Major Setback

(Milwaukee, WI)  —  Just as he was about to return to the big leagues, Milwaukee catcher Stephen Vogt suffered a major setback with a shoulder injury.  An M-R-I shows he did damage to his rotator cuff, labrum and capsule while making a throw to third base in a minor league game at Biloxi Saturday.  Vogt has been moved from the 10-day disabled list to the 60-day D-L.  He’s with the big league team so he can get a second opinion on what could be a career-ending development.

 

>>UW Hockey May Lose Another Defenseman

(Madison, WI)  —  Defenseman J-D Greenway may not return to Madison for his junior year with the Wisconsin Badgers men’s hockey team.  The final decision hasn’t been made yet, but Greenway was taken in the first round of the U-S Hockey League draft Tuesday.  He could play in the junior league next season instead of remaining in college hockey.  Badgers coach Tony Granato says he’s spoken with the player and Greenway is weighing his options.  Granato has six other defensemen on his roster, so playing time might be limited with the Badgers.

 

>>Wisconsin Player Could Be 1st-Round Choice In MLB June Free Agent Draft

(Waukesha, WI)  —  A multi-talented outfielder-pitcher from Waukesha could be taken in the first round of next month’s Major League Baseball free agent draft.  Jarred Kelenic is called a five-tool player by several scouting services.  He’s best-known for his power.  Kelenic is completing his senior year at Waukesha West High School, but he’s been playing with traveling teams like the Rawlings Hitters and Chicago Scouts to seek out better competition and prepare for a possible professional career.  He also played with the prestigious Under-18 Team U-S-A.

 

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