Brewers reach 2 million tickets sold at earliest point in history
The Milwaukee Brewers today announced that the team has reached two million tickets sold for the 2012 season, marking the fastest climb to the milestone in team history.
Udoh engages Lin in TwitterKombat
Well, not really. But anytime you're an NBA player replying to another NBA player - especially if that player is in New York and is responsible for Linsanity - any innocuous comment will be played out on the national level. Ekpe Udoh, your table is ready.
Milwaukee IndyFest pit passes on sale
Milwaukee IndyFest, in conjunction with announcing RC Cola as the official soft drink of the two day festival on June 15-16, have put a limited number of VIP pit passes on sale.
Brewers host mini-marathon through Milwaukee
The Milwaukee Brewers will host the inaugural "Brewers mini-marathon" on Sept. 22, beginning at Miller Park. Fundraising proceeds from the Brewers Mini-Marathon will benefit the MACC Fund.
Dynamic Duo: Sanders, Dunleavy have provided spark for Bucks
Larry Sanders and Mike Dunleavy have provided a spark for the Milwaukee Bucks off the bench over the last month.
UWM to host senior salute
The University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee men's basketball team will hold its fifth annual Senior Salute on May 3 honoring seniors Kaylon Williams, Tony Meier and Ryan Allen.The event will also mark the kickoff of the Panther Basketball Final Four Raffle, with the winner claiming a trip to the 2013 Final Four in Atlanta. RSVP by April 30.
Is it all Gary Sheffield's fault?
An anniversary came and went a few weeks ago and no one seemed to notice - March 26, 1992. It was the day the Milwaukee Brewers shipped a 23-year-old Gary Sheffield to the San Diego Padres for a bag of Bones.
Meet your 2012 Brewers
The Milwaukee Brewers are opening up their National League Central Division title defense this weekend against the defending World Series champion St, Louis Cardinals. and they are welcoming some new faces to go along with the familiar ones. Here are some fun facts about 10 fan favorites - or soon-to-be favorites.
Opening Day is just part of the allure for a baseball fan
Today, look for me in the press box. I'll be having fun, but I'll spend too much time looking at a netbook and a smart phone. Tomorrow, look for me in the stands. That's when I'll really be in my element.
My kind of mobile office
I got to work pretty early this morning, after doing a 7 a.m. appearance on Dave and Carole (talking about Opening Day, of course). But by about 8:45 a.m., I started getting antsy. So I drove over to Miller Park.
UWM senior Tony Meier one of 11 basketball players honored by ADA
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Panthers basketball player Tony Meier was named a Division I-AAA Athletics Directors Association Scholar-Athlete for the second consecutive year.
What is the appeal of Opening Day?
I've never quite understood why Opening Day is such a big deal. I've covered a few, been to a few as a spectator, but it always felt like just another game.
Rodgers, Brewers team up for TV
The Milwaukee Brewers unveiled their new television commercials on Tuesday, beginning with a spot featuring Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. The NFL MVP will appear in several commercials during the year.
Panthers' Tassi honored; volleyball assistant coach named
University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee junior Cale Tassi was named the Horizon League Pitcher of the Week on Monday while the women's volleyball team added former Wisconsin Badgers and Marquette Golden Eagles player Nikki Klingsporn to the coaching staff.
Bucks offering ticket promotion for upcoming "Spring Break" schedule
The Milwaukee Bucks are fighting for the last playoff spot in the Eastern Conference and return home to the Bradley Center for a 9-day, 5-game home stand. The team is offering several promotions during this stretch.
Mustangs broadcast crew returns
The Milwaukee Mustangs announced that former Green Bay Packers linebacker Brian Noble and Dwayne Mosley will team up for five more home broadcasts of Mustangs games this year on Time Warner Cable Sports32.
Two-time champion Wave will play more games next season
The Major Indoor Soccer League Board of Governors has voted to increase each team's number of regular season games from 24 to 26, beginning with the 2012-13 season. Each MISL club will host 13 home games. The Milwaukee Wave have won back-to-back MISL titles.
Brewers extend radio deal with WTMJ
The Milwaukee Brewers and Newsradio 620 WTMJ announced they will continue their relationship as partners for Brewers radio broadcasts. The two have been partners for all but two seasons since the team moved to Milwaukee.
Lucroy signs contract extension
The Milwaukee Brewers signed catcher Jonathan Lucroy to a 5-year contract extension with a club option for 2017. The deal, reportedly worth $11 million, buys out Lucroy's arbitration years and one year of free agency.
A bittersweet goodbye to Sugar
The obituaries for Bert Randolph Sugar, who died at 74 on Sunday, laud him as an "iconic" and "legendary" boxing writer and historian and even as "the heavyweight champion" of the genre, from which the only conclusion to be drawn is that the shameless self-promoter wrote them himself before the angels swooped.
Crowder, Taylor named All-American
Marquette University senior Jae Crowder, the Big East Player of the Year, was named an Associated Press second team All-American. Wisconsin senior Jordan Taylor was an All-America honorable mention.
Bucks hold line on season ticket prices if renewed by April 16
The Milwaukee Bucks announced Thursday that all current season ticket holders can renew their subscriptions for the 2012-13 season at no additional cost if they re-up by April 16.
UW-Whitewater wins national title
The University of Wisconsin-Whitewater men's basketball program won the NCAA Division III men's basketball national championship Saturday night with a 63-60 comeback victory over Cabrini College. The victory highlighted a weekend of NCAA championship appearances by athletes from the University of Wisconsin and the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
Wave capture second straight title
The Milwaukee Wave won the sixth Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL) in franchise history and second in a row by defeating the Baltimore Blast 12-10 in overtime Sunday afternoon at U.S. Cellular Arena. The Wave rallied back from a 4-0 deficit in the win.
Wave on verge of championship
The Milwaukee Wave return home Sunday with a chance to win their second consecutive Major Indoor Soccer League (MISL) Championship. The Wave pounded the Baltimore Blast 14-2 on Friday to win Game 1 of the championship series.