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Sports - April 27, 2015
Thornburg healthy, ready for big year
Tyler Thornburg has been pitching for the Milwaukee Brewers since 2012, but last year was to be his first as a full-time reliever. He started well, but was then lost for the year with an elbow injury. He is back and healthy at the start of 2015 and hopes to prove, again, that he belongs in the majors.
Sports - April 23, 2015
Davis felt good as season got underway
Some many call him a question mark in the Milwaukee Brewers lineup, but Khris Davis was feeling confident about himself and the team as the 2015 campaign got underway.
Sports - April 21, 2015
Lonely start allowed Antetokoumpo to rise
As the Milwaukee Bucks attempt to lock up a playoff berth in the final few games of the year, second-year forward Giannis Antetokounmpo is proving to many that he can be a force to be reckoned with. You see the action on the court, now, but it was the lonely hours in the gym before his family arrived from Greece last year that laid the foundation.
Sports - April 17, 2015
Top moments in the new Bucks owners' first year
It was one year ago today that former Wisconsin Sen. Herb Kohl introduced Wes Edens and Marc Lasry to the city of Milwaukee as the new owners of the Bucks franchise. The pair would not, formally, be considered the owners by the league for a few weeks yet - but the press conference on April 16, 2014 signaled the start of a new era. A lot has happened in 365 days. Read on for some of the big moments.
Sports - April 15, 2015
The house Jabari could have built
Jabari Parker hasn't played a game for the Milwaukee Bucks since Dec. 15, 2014, and he may not play another one until that date later this year. Or maybe slightly before. Or after. It's the great on-court unknown for the franchise. But what if he didn't get hurt? It's possible that his injury affected more than just the team - it could've swayed public sentiment regarding the arena.
Sports - April 13, 2015
Admirals left in the shadows of new arena discussion
As the spotlight widens on the ownership of the Milwaukee Bucks and politicians around the state regarding the construction of a new Downtown arena, the Milwaukee Admirals have been left in the shadows. As of now, there are no plans to have the Admirals as a part of the new multi-purpose arena.
Milwaukee Buzz - April 10, 2015
Milwaukee favorites for someone who's coming ... or going Sports Editor Jim Owczarski is taking off on a new adventure, leaving the Cream City after over three years. It's been fun, very memorable, and full of fun people, places, drinks and food. On his way out, he shares with you some of his favorites in all of those categories.
Sports - April 9, 2015
Wayward Woods has dragged golf down
Believe it or not, we are now closer to a decade removed from Tiger Woods' last major championship than we are to his last run of sustained dominance in the game. The greats, always, lose their edge and become shadows of what they were. But Woods' decline was so sudden, the game hasn't quite yet recovered.
Marketplace - April 8, 2015
How Bucks' Downtown plan can affect city
The Milwaukee Bucks aim to create a true urban plan around its new Downtown arena, and the billion dollar concept could have far reaching effects. Read on to see how some in the community feel about the project.
Sports - April 8, 2015
Bucks unveil "glimpse into the future" with $1 billion Downtown district
The ownership of the Milwaukee Bucks officially unveiled the images and the plans for not only a new arena, but for an entertainment district just north of the BMO Harris Bradley Center.
Sports - April 7, 2015
Best case for Braun as he should return soon
Ryan Braun was pulled early from the Milwaukee Brewers' 10-0 Opening Day loss with a strain in his right side, but the former MVP got some good news Tuesday in that he did not suffer any major damage in his rib cage area.
Sports - April 7, 2015
Now Bo knows the score: Badgers coach leaves title game a little salty
The University of Wisconsin fell to Duke University Monday night in Indianapolis to lose the NCAA championship game, a great contest decided in the final moments. No one can say the Badgers were ill prepared, or not ready. But down the stretch, you saw the difference between a coach in his ninth title game, and one in his first at the Division I level.
Sports - April 6, 2015
Brewers lose game, Braun on opening day
The Colorado Rockies put a damper on the celebratory mood in Miller Park on Monday afternoon, knocking around Kyle Lohse and the Milwaukee Brewers in a 10-0 victory that also saw the team lose Ryan Braun to an injury.
Sports - April 6, 2015
Brewers share spotlight with Badgers
Looking out in the Miller Park parking lots, and then the stands, it's clear that the University of Wisconsin men's basketball team is on the mind of many even as the Milwaukee Brewers season gets underway.
Sports - April 6, 2015
Meet the 2015 Milwaukee Brewers
It's Opening Day, and Miller Park is bustling as the Milwaukee Brewers host the Colorado Rockies today at 1:10 p.m. Get to know and interact with the team here!
Sports - April 3, 2015
Rooting for history means rooting against the Badgers
The Wisconsin Badgers are in a unique situation this weekend in Indianapolis, as they set to take on the Kentucky Wildcats. And in order to make history by competing for the school's first national championship since 1941, Wisconsin has to prevent history by ending Kentucky's bid to be the first undefeated champion since 1976.
Sports - April 2, 2015
How the Bucks owned their future: Inside the Brandon Knight trade
On Feb. 19, the Milwaukee Bucks made the decision to trade their best player, guard Brandon Knight, to the Phoenix Suns. In return, they received a talented but uneven point guard in Michael Carter-Williams, an unproven point guard in Tyler Ennis, and an athletic rebounder in Miles Plumlee. Here's how it happened, and how it affected the team.
Sports - April 2, 2015
Bucks unveil new colors, new logo
The Milwaukee Bucks unveiled their new colors and a logo on April 1 during halftime of the game against the Chicago Bulls at the BMO Harris Bradley Center with the introduction of a more dynamic "M" for Milwaukee.
Sports - March 31, 2015
2015 is a critical year for Brewers
The Milwaukee Brewers are 72 hours away from starting the 2015 Major League Baseball season, and one could argue there hasn't been a bigger campaign in recent team history.
Sports - March 30, 2015
Gennett's chance is now to secure Brewers' second base job
For two years, Scooter Gennett has been preparing for this chance, this season. With former All-Star Rickie Weeks now gone, the young second baseman has a chance to secure his chance to be the club's "future" by performing in the present.
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