Sports – Wednesday, July 10th, 2013
The Brewers blanked the Reds 2-0 on Tuesday night at Miller Park. Starter Wily Peralta had the best start of his career, giving up just three hits and striking out six in the complete game shutout. It’s the first complete game thrown by a Brewers pitcher since April of 2011. That’s over 400 games. Logan Schafer hit his first career homer in the win. Ryan Braun returned to the lineup and went 1×3. The series wraps up today as Johnny Hellweg takes on Mike Leake. Coverage begins at 12:35pm on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.
Multiple reports say that Brewers slugger Ryan Braun met with Major League Baseball officials regarding his alleged tie to the lab in Miami that has reportedly supplied PEDs to players. Yahoo! And ESPN both report that Braun refused to answer any questions regarding the clinic when he met with them late last month. Other players who’s names are linked to the lab also reportedly didn’t answer questions as well. Reports say Braun could be suspended as many as 100 games after the All-Star Break.
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Cubs 7 Angels 2
St. Louis 9 Houston 5
The Milwaukee Bucks continue to overhaul their roster. On Tuesday they traded forward Luc Richard Mbah a Moute to the Sacramento Kings for a pair of future 2nd round draft picks. The team also parted ways with Drew Gooden.
Racing At Milwaukee Mile
Kyle Busch won the Howie Lettow Memorial 150 at the Milwaukee Mile on Tuesday night. Drivers who participated with ties to NASCAR included ; Matt Kenseth, Chris Wimmer, Joe Nemecheck, David Ragan, and Kenny Wallace also raced in the ARCA event.
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St. Mary’s Springs Academy graduate Nate Strigenz was recently named 2nd Team All-State by the Golf Coaches Association of Wisconsin. He garnered Honorable Mention honors his junior and sophomore years for the Ledgers. Strigenz also won the WIAA Division Three State Title his freshman year in 2010.