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1. The Bucks are giving away Miles Plumlee bobblehead toothbrush holders this year
On Feb. 26, 2017, the Milwaukee Bucks will give out Miles Plumlee bobblehead toothbrush holders to the first 5,000 children at the BMO Harris Bradley Center before the team plays the Phoenix Suns. The promotion is sponsored by Dental Asscociates.
2. Matthew Dellavedova bobblehead night, and other sweet Bucks 2016-17 promotions
Bobbleheads are back as the Bucks announced the promotional calendar for the upcoming 2016-17 season. In all there will be 15 games this season where Bucks fans will go home with something extra, including three bobblehead nights.
3. Khris Middleton's surgery to repair torn hamstring was successful, Bucks say
Milwaukee Bucks General Manager John Hammond announced that guard Khris Middleton underwent successful surgery yesterday to repair his ruptured left hamstring.
4. Brewers announce scouting department changes
The Milwaukee Brewers today announced several changes related to their amateur and professional scouting departments, according to general manager David Stearns.
5. Bucks continue ticket donation program with Boys & Girls Club of Dane County
As the Bucks kicked off training camp in Madison on Tuesday, co-owner Wes Edens announced that the team would continue its ticket donation partnership with the Boys & Girls Club of Dane County's AVID/TOPS program for the 2016-17 season.
6. Ultimate Packers Fan Program puts fans in center of the action
Packers fans have new, exclusive opportunities to show their pride and receive unprecedented access to their favorite team through Associated Bank. This season's Ultimate Packers Fan Program features interactive in-stadium, online and community activities.
7. Admirals' promotional schedule includes presidential bobbleheads, Taco Tuesdays
The Milwaukee Admirals announced the first phase of their 2016-17 promotional schedule, which features many of the team's signature giveaways, concerts and special events as the team begins play at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Panther Arena.
8. Brewers "Give-Back Game" raises $335,000 for four local charities
Last month, the Milwaukee Brewers announced plans for the "Give-Back Game," an event to raise proceeds for great causes. With this initiative, ticket sales proceeds from the Brewers final home game today are being donated to charity, a total of $335,000.
9. After success of last year's event, Inside the Brewers fan forum returns Nov. 3
With the success of last year's Inside the Brewers fan forum, the team is pleased to announce a return of the "town hall"-style event. Fans will have the opportunity to hear from COO Rick Schlesinger, Manager Craig Counsell and GM David Stearns on Nov. 3 at Miller Park.
10. Bucks' fourth annual free Fan Fest, including open practice, set for Oct. 2
The fourth annual Bucks Fan Fest, presented by Pick 'n Save, will return to the BMO Harris Bradley Center on Sunday, Oct. 2, from 12:30 to 4 p.m. The Fan Fest will once again be highlighted by the team's annual open practice, which will take place from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.
11. Brewers announce 2016 minor league pitcher and player of the year
The Brewers announced the recipients of the 2016 Robin Yount Performance Awards, presented annually to the organization's top minor leaguers. Right-handed pitcher Brandon Woodruff was named Pitcher of the Year and infielder Isan Diaz was named Player of the Year.
12. Bucks announce new partnership with Uber, the "preferred ride"
The Bucks announced that Uber is now the preferred ride of the team - a new partnership that will provide more benefits to fans traveling to the games this season, including a dedicated area for Uber pickups and drop-offs at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.
13. Bucks make staff additions, including Stacey Augmon as assistant coach
The Milwaukee Bucks named Stacey Augmon as assistant coach, Seth Partnow as director of basketball research and Scott Faust as head athletic trainer, General Manager John Hammond announced today.
14. Packers unveil Color Rush uniform, avoid all-gold nightmare
The Green Bay Packers will have to wear a Color Rush uniform during their Thursday night spat with the Chicago Bears on Oct. 20. Thankfully, the revealed jersey is nowhere near the brightly colored nightmare it could've been.
15. Bucks announce 2016-17 broadcast schedule; Vin Baker joins FSW as analyst
The Bucks broadcast team will once again feature one of best collections of television talent in the NBA as nationally recognized voices Gus Johnson and Marques Johnson return to the team for a second season to join long-time Milwaukee announcers Jim Paschke and Jon McGlocklin.
16. Bucks sign free agent Xavier Henry to training camp roster
The Milwaukee Bucks have signed free agent guard/forward Xavier Henry to the training camp roster, General Manager John Hammond announced today. Terms of the contract were not disclosed in accordance with team policy.
17. Seven former Admirals play in World Cup of Hockey, including Madison's Suter
Three players from Team Sweden lead a group of seven Milwaukee Admiral alumni who will participate in the World Cup of Hockey, which kicks off in earnest Saturday, Sept. 17 at the Air Canada Center in Toronto.
18. Packers Everywhere pep rally Sept. 17 in Minneapolis for Vikings game
Packers fans are invited to bring the spirit of Green Bay to Minnesota a day early with a Packers Everywhere pep rally at 6 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 17. The festivities will take place at The Pourhouse, located at 10 S. 5th St., Minneapolis.
19. UWM women announce 2016-17 Horizon League schedule
The Milwaukee women's basketball team will host a four-game homestand just before the end of the season, the Horizon League office announced today with the release of the conference schedules.
20. Panthers announce 2016-17 Horizon League schedule
The Milwaukee men's basketball program will close out the 2016-17 regular season with three of its final four games at home, according to the Horizon League schedule released today by the league office.
21. Brewers host Fan Appreciation Weekend Sept. 23-25 at Miller Park
Brewers fans consistently show why they are the best in baseball with their incredible support of the team at Miller Park. As a thank you to their loyal supporters, the Brewers will host Fan Appreciation Weekend at Miller Park during the last weekend of the home season, September 23-25.
22. Packers release Josh Sitton; Ted Thompson says it's "best for the team"
The Green Bay Packers have released G Josh Sitton. The transaction was announced Saturday by Executive Vice President, General Manager and Director of Football Operations Ted Thompson.
23. Before UW-LSU game, Packers and others donate to Red Cross Louisiana
With the recent flooding in Louisiana and Saturday's game between Wisconsin and LSU, the Green Bay Packers, Carmex and Delaware North have teamed up to donate a combined $55,000 to the American Red Cross in Louisiana to assist with flood relief efforts.
24. Bucks' third annual "Own the Future" statewide tour returns this month
Milwaukee Bucks players Thon Maker and Malcolm Brogdon headline a contingent that will participate in community events in several cities across the state over the weekends of Sept. 8-10 and 16-18 for the team's annual "Own the Future" tour.
25. Aaron Rodgers, gunslinger?
After the sadness of learning the Packers had cut Tim Masthay and knowing they wouldn't be beating up on the Bears until mid-October, I really needed some good news. Aaron Rodgers provided that Wednesday by showing up to the team's "Welcome Back Luncheon" dressed like a cowboy.