NBA schedule is out, Bucks open season in Boston
The Milwaukee Bucks open the home portion of their 45th NBA season on Saturday, Nov. 3 at 7:30 p.m. against the Cleveland Cavaliers. The home opener is the first of 21 weekend home games on the schedule for 2012-13. The Bucks start the season with a road game at Boston on Friday, Nov. 2.
Brewers to host an Evening with Hank Aaron at Miller Park
The ninth annual "Evening With Hank Aaron," hosted by Bob Costas and presented by Brewers Community Foundation and the Forest County Potawatomi Foundation, will be held on Wednesday, Aug. 29 from 5 to 8 p.m. in the NYCE Stadium Club overlooking the field at Miller Park.
Milwaukee Mustangs season recap
"Almost." It's hard not to use that word over and over when talking about the Mustangs and the 2012 season. Milwaukee posted a 5-13 record, but a whopping seven of those losses were by just seven points or less.
Brewers wives to host mixer for fans to benefit cancer charity
On Sunday, July 29 from 5 to 8 p.m., Brewers Wives will host the second annual Grand Slam Golden Mixer Event presented by the Brewers Community Foundation at StoneFire Pizza Co. in New Berlin in support of the Foundation for Children with Cancer.
Brewers host annual Negro League Tribute Saturday night
The Milwaukee Brewers will host the franchise's seventh annual Negro Leagues Tribute at Miller Park this Saturday, July 28 vs. the Washington Nationals at 6:10 p.m.
Brewers, fans join together to help fight Lou Gehrig's disease
On Friday, July 27, the Brewers take on the Washington Nationals at 7:10 p.m. and fans are invited to join Yovani Gallardo and Brewers Community Foundation in striking out Lou Gehrig's Disease by purchasing a special ticket package.
Strangstalien wins 111th State Amateur Championship
Brady Strangstalien of Viroqua Hills Golf Course played an even par final round and finished at 6-under par to win the 111th Wisconsin State Amateur Championship at The Club at Strawberry Creek in Kenosha.
Brewers begin second half performing under pressure
During the All-Star break, the Milwaukee Brewers organization put a lot on the first nine games of the second half. All were against the teams ahead of them in the National League Central, and it would determine the future of the club regarding trades at the end of July. Six games in, the team is responding.
Chinooks provide pure baseball fun
Though the Lakeshore Chinooks are not technically a minor league team - the Northwoods League is an amateur league that doesn't pay its players to preserve their NCAA eligibility - their games, played at Kapco Park on the idyllic Concordia University campus, are just as fun.
Ron Roenicke's weird week
Milwaukee Brewers manager Ron Roenicke started his last week getting ejected in the first inning against the Houston Astros, dove out of the way of a national television crew during Chipper Jones' pre-game speech at the All-Star game, and now starts Zack Greinke for the third time in three games. It's not your typical week.
Hey Bucky - call me maybe?
Hey Bucky Badger - Call me maybe?
Mustangs set to host a party, donate to charity in home finale Saturday
The Milwaukee Mustangs are excited to announce that $2 of every Mustangs ticket sold for Saturday's final home game against Chicago will be donated to Children's Hospital of Wisconsin. The game will feature a pregame Stang Fest tailgate party outside the arena for fan appreciation night. The party starts at 5 p.m. and kickoff is set for 8 p.m. Join us for food, drinks, music and more for the end-of-the-season party.
Heroes For Kids Pro-Am to be made open to the public
Wisconsin's only Pro-Am charity golf event featuring Wisconsin's very own PGA Tour professionals - Jerry Kelly, Mark Wilson, JP Hayes and Skip Kendall - along with many other PGA Touring pros, will be teeing it up once again to raise money for several very worthy charities on July 30th at The Legend at Brandybrook in Wales, just outside of Waukesha. For the first time, this second annual event will be open to the public.
Milwaukee Bucks sign second round pick Doron Lamb
The Milwaukee Bucks have signed second round draft pick Doron Lamb to a multi-year contract, General Manager John Hammond announced Wednesday. Milwaukee selected Lamb with the 42nd overall pick in the 2012 NBA Draft.
Brewers want you to "Ignite The Streak" 25 years after Molitor
In celebration of the 25th anniversary of Paul Molitor's franchise-record 39-game hitting streak, the Brewers and MLB.com are teaming up for an exciting promotion that will give fans an opportunity to "Ignite the Streak."
Bucks sign first round pick Henson
The Milwaukee Bucks have signed first round draft pick John Henson to a multi-year contract, General Manager John Hammond announced Tuesday. Henson was the 14th overall selection in the 2012 NBA Draft.
Family Golf Month in Wisconsin
In celebration of Family Golf Month, golf courses in the Milwaukee area will offer a variety of programs during July designed for families to learn and play golf together at an affordable rate. This is an excellent opportunity for families to get outside and spend time together while also getting some exercise.
Ray Allen: a class act
It's clear that Ray Allen isn't playing for the money. He wants to win a title and has decided he has a better chance of that with the Heat, who won the title this year, than with the Celtics, who are aging a bit and probably out of the title conservation.
Where is the big, bad Blackwolf?
Heading into the 2012 U.S. Women's Open at Blackwolf Run, all players heard about was how hard the course was, and how 6-over-par forced a playoff back in 1998. Through two rounds, the world's best are taking it to the famed course. Will it bare its teeth over the weekend?
Not so Wiesy
Michelle Wie entered the U.S. Women's as almost an afterthought, having missed six cuts in 10 events so far in 2012. After watching her practice rounds, it's no surprise.
Golfers trying to stay focused despite heat at U.S. Women's Open
Hydration and rest have become two key words for this week's U.S. Women's Open at Blackwolf Run in Kohler. With temperatures hitting triple digits, winning is no longer just about course management.
Win a chance to tee it up the day after the U.S. Women's Open
Enter now to win a tee time on historic Blackwolf Run in Kohler the day after the U.S. Women's Open. It's a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for any golf fan and any golfer - so enter now!
Brewers grounds crew member passes away
Jeff Adcock, a member of the Milwaukee Brewers organization for the past 33 years, passed away after collapsing yesterday at Miller Park.
Tips for attending the U.S. Women's Open
With the U.S. Women's Open only four days away there are some important things patrons should know before heading to the Championship. Spectators should aware of parking and ticket info as well as what to bring and how to dress for the summer weather.
Stuck with the beautiful game
It's Thursday afternoon and I'm doing some serious work with the television on right at the corner of my desk.