Brewers activate Kintzler from DL, option Figaro to Triple-A

Milwaukee got a valuable bullpen arm back on Thursday.

Brewers continue 'great' start thanks to solid all-around play

Milwaukee has already won five series this season, thanks to all the skills it put on display during Wednesday's win.

Milwaukee offense awakens, spurs win over San Diego

The Brewers are a big-league best 16-6 following Wednesday's solid win over San Diego.

Brewers Wednesday: Kintzler set to come off DL soon

Brewers look to ease reliever Brandon Kintzler back starting on Friday.  


Badgers cornerback Shelton knows starting spot not assured

Sojourn Shelton started at cornerback as a true freshman last season. Be he learned this spring in no uncertain terms from his coaches that doesn't mean his job is safe or that he should stop working hard.

Fast-developing Obasih ready to add toughness to Badgers' d-line

From scout-team monster last year to becoming a presumed starter at defensive end, Chikwe Obasih possesses the speed and explosiveness the Badgers want on defense.

Despite size, little production, Doe wants to be top receiver

Kenzel Doe is just 5-foot-8 and 170 pounds and has only caught 25 passes for 182 yards in his Wisconsin career, but the senior-to-be says "I want to be No. 1" at wide receiver in the fall.

Questions remain in kicking game as Badgers enter summer sessions

Jack Russell returns as the likely starting kicker, but the junior-to-be struggled in spring practices and could get a push from underclassman Andrew Endicott and Rafael Gaglianone.


Bucks season report card

FOX Sports Wisconsin's Andrew Gruman hands out his player grades for the 2013-14 Bucks.

For personal, team improvement, Knight knows what he must do

In a nightmare season for the Bucks, point guard Brandon Knight put up career highs in every statistical category. To better both the team and himself, he has to become more of a leader and a more traditional point guard.

'Greek Freak' shows glimpses of potential in rookie season, must get stronger

Giannis Antetokounmpo gave himself a D-minus grade for his rookie season, but the Greek forward caught the eye of NBA people and grabbed the hearts of Milwaukee fans, while showing flashes of brilliance. He says he has to get stronger in the offseason.

Bucks contingent positive after learning of expected ownership change

Bucks players sounded excited after Wednesday's news of their team's pending ownership change and outlined plans for a possible new arena in Milwaukee.


2014 Packers draft preview: Running backs

Green Bay appears set at running back for at least a few years, meaning tailbacks and fullbacks won't be a big need when the 2014 NFL Draft rolls around next month.

Mark your calendar: Packers' official 2014 schedule released

For the first time in Green Bay's franchise history, it will begin a season against the defending Super Bowl champion.

2014 Packers draft preview: Quarterbacks

The Packers probably won't spend an early pick on a quarterback, but Mike McCarthy said he'd like to draft a signal-caller and perhaps Green Bay will use a late selection on one this year.

Go, Pack, Go: Green Bay WR Jordy Nelson to drive pace car at Kansas Speedway

Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson will lead the field to green at Kansas Speedway next month. Nelson - a former standout at Kansas State University - will drive the pace car to start the Kansas 400. 


Badgers' memorable season relived at celebratory season-ending banquet

During a season-ending gathering that was both humorous and celebratory, the Wisconsin men's basketball team celebrated its Final Four appearance and spoke of its goals for next year.

Badgers coming out favorably in early top-25 predictions

It's never too early to see where national pundits have the Wisconsin Badgers basketball team ranked for next season. Spoiler alert: It's looking good.

In wake of Final Four loss, Badgers set sights on returning next season

With seven of their top eight rotation players returning -- and more than 80 percent of their scoring -- the Badgers say the goal is to be back in the Final Four next year.

Despite disappointing ending, Badgers' memorable season was culture-changing

Why not Wisconsin? The Badgers set out this season to become more than just a good team and, in winning 30 games and reaching the Final Four, they proved they were great.


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