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24 Apr 19
High Velocity Sport

Stacy Revere/Getty Images The NBA released the schedule for the Eastern Conference semifinals Wednesday, with the action getting underway Saturday. The Toronto Raptors will host the Philadelphia 76ers, with the tipoff time yet to be finalized. The Milwaukee Bucks host the Boston Celtics on Sunday at 1 p.m. ET. The Toronto Sun‘s Ryan Wolstat and […]

24 Apr 19
Ticket News Source

CapitalCityTickets.com carries a vast selection of Jason Aldean concert tickets at affordable prices. Jason Aldean is hitting the road in 2019 with his “Ride All Night Tour” and kicking it all off on April 12th in Fort Lauderdale, FL. Jason is out in support of his new album, High Noon Neon. Carly Pearce, Kane Brown, […]

24 Apr 19
FOX6Now.com

ST. LOUIS — One St. Louis Cardinals pitcher reached a career milestone, while another added to his growing reputation as one of the league’s toughest relievers. Adam Wainwright was warm enough on a cool day, allowing one run in six innings for his 150th career victory as Cardinals beat the Milwaukee Brewers 5-2 on Wednesday […]

24 Apr 19
High Velocity Sport

Eastern Conference — Semifinals (1) Milwaukee Bucks vs. (4) Boston Celtics Game 1: Sun, April 28, Boston at Milwaukee, 1 ET, ABCGame 2: Tue, April 30, Boston at Milwaukee, TBD, TNTGame 3: Fri, May 3, Milwaukee at Boston, TBD, ESPNGame 4: Mon, May 6, Milwaukee at Boston, TBD, TNT*Game 5: Wed, May 8, Boston at Milwaukee, TBD, TNT*Game 6: Fri, May […]

24 Apr 19
Bieber's Blogs

The New York Yankees have released veteran starting pitcher Gio Gonzalez, on Monday April 22nd, after he decided to opt-out of his contract two days prior. Although Gonzalez (3.69 career ERA) has proven to be a quality left-handed starter, even finishing top six in Cy Young voting twice, I personally believe that this was a […]

24 Apr 19
SRP Blog

Brewer fans, we need to have a chat. I’ve seen many of us freaking out on various social media platforms about the recent performance of the team. I’m not here about to excuse their poor play, but let’s take a step back and realistically look at the situation. First of all, we knew this first […]

24 Apr 19
NESN.com

[nesn_embed service=dailymotion src=”https://www.dailymotion.com/embed/video/x76fr92″ width=”480″ height=”270″] Things are about to get much, much tougher for the Boston Celtics. After steamrolling the Victor Oladipo-less Indiana Pacers in the first round of the NBA Playoffs, the C’s now will take on the top-seeded Milwaukee Bucks, who just dispatched the Detroit Pistons in four games. The Bucks will have […]

24 Apr 19
Car Review and Repair Central

Milwaukee M12 Cordless Job Site Radio Review – https://t.co/BkvCTAzmFV — carreviewcentral (@carreviewpro) April 24, 2019 https://platform.twitter.com/widgets.js

24 Apr 19
FOX6Now.com

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24 Apr 19
FOX6Now.com

MILWAUKEE — Father Lawrence Zurek in a statement to St. Josaphat Parish School families said a 59-year-old employee was “immediately terminated” after he was informed on April 12 that a weapon was “accidentally discharged” at the school on April 5. The statement from Father Zurek states he wasn’t made aware of the incident until April […]

24 Apr 19
Longmont Times-Call
Neither shaky early innings from starter German Marquez, nor the hazards of the Tooth Trot could stop the Rockies Wednesday afternoon. Colorado banged out 12 timely hits — including a three-hit, three-RBI day from Nolan Arenado and a two-hit, three-RBI performance from Raimel Tapia — to clobber Washington, 9-5, its eighth win in 10 games. First baseman Daniel Murphy, rejoining the Rockies after missing 20 games while on the injured list with a broken finger, got a hit in his first at-bat. Murphy, however, barely escaped a collision with “Toothy the Tooth” as he came out of the dugout to take the field at the beginning of the sixth inning. The Tooth Trot is a race of mascots that runs along the dirt between the dugouts and home plate. Marquez has carried the Rockies a number of times this season. Wednesday afternoon, his teammates picked him up. Marquez found himself down 3-0 in the third inning after serving up a two-run home run to Juan Soto. But the Rockies took the heat off by responding with four runs in the bottom of the frame off Nationals starter Anibal Sanchez. Trevor Story’s leadoff triple sparked the rally, Arenado’s sacrifice fly drove Story home, and a screeching, three-run double by Tapia sailed over the head of right fielder Adam Eaton, who misjudged the line drive. Marquez settled down after the third inning to earn the victory and improve to 3-1. He pitched seven innings, allowing three runs on eight hits with three walks and seven strikeouts. [related_articles location=”right” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Charlie Blackmon continued his recent power surge, popping a solo home run into the right field seats to lead off the Rockies’ two-run fourth inning. Things got a touch dicey in the ninth when the Nationals scored two runs on four singles off reliever Harrison Musgrave, prompting manager Bud Black to call on closer Wade Davis for the final out. He struck out Kurt Suzuki with two runners on to end the game and earn his third save. The Rockies are off Thursday before beginning a seven-day road trip through Atlanta (three games) and Milwaukee (four games) beginning Friday in Atlanta.  
24 Apr 19
The Denver Post
Neither shaky early innings from starter German Marquez, nor the hazards of the Tooth Trot could stop the Rockies Wednesday afternoon. Colorado banged out 12 timely hits — including a three-hit, three-RBI day from Nolan Arenado and a two-hit, three-RBI performance from Raimel Tapia — to clobber Washington, 9-5, its eighth win in 10 games. First baseman Daniel Murphy, rejoining the Rockies after missing 20 games while on the injured list with a broken finger, got a hit in his first at-bat. Murphy, however, barely escaped a collision with “Toothy the Tooth” as he came out of the dugout to take the field at the beginning of the sixth inning. The Tooth Trot is a race of mascots that runs along the dirt between the dugouts and home plate. Marquez has carried the Rockies a number of times this season. Wednesday afternoon, his teammates picked him up. Marquez found himself down 3-0 in the third inning after serving up a two-run home run to Juan Soto. But the Rockies took the heat off by responding with four runs in the bottom of the frame off Nationals starter Anibal Sanchez. Trevor Story’s leadoff triple sparked the rally, Arenado’s sacrifice fly drove Story home, and a screeching, three-run double by Tapia sailed over the head of right fielder Adam Eaton, who misjudged the line drive. Marquez settled down after the third inning to earn the victory and improve to 3-1. He pitched seven innings, allowing three runs on eight hits with three walks and seven strikeouts. [related_articles location=”right” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Charlie Blackmon continued his recent power surge, popping a solo home run into the right field seats to lead off the Rockies’ two-run fourth inning. Things got a touch dicey in the ninth when the Nationals scored two runs on four singles off reliever Harrison Musgrave, prompting manager Bud Black to call on closer Wade Davis for the final out. He struck out Kurt Suzuki with two runners on to end the game and earn his third save. The Rockies are off Thursday before beginning a seven-day road trip through Atlanta (three games) and Milwaukee (four games) beginning Friday in Atlanta.  
24 Apr 19
Boulder Daily Camera
Neither shaky early innings from starter German Marquez, nor the hazards of the Tooth Trot could stop the Rockies Wednesday afternoon. Colorado banged out 12 timely hits — including a three-hit, three-RBI day from Nolan Arenado and a two-hit, three-RBI performance from Raimel Tapia — to clobber Washington, 9-5, its eighth win in 10 games. First baseman Daniel Murphy, rejoining the Rockies after missing 20 games while on the injured list with a broken finger, got a hit in his first at-bat. Murphy, however, barely escaped a collision with “Toothy the Tooth” as he came out of the dugout to take the field at the beginning of the sixth inning. The Tooth Trot is a race of mascots that runs along the dirt between the dugouts and home plate. Marquez has carried the Rockies a number of times this season. Wednesday afternoon, his teammates picked him up. Marquez found himself down 3-0 in the third inning after serving up a two-run home run to Juan Soto. But the Rockies took the heat off by responding with four runs in the bottom of the frame off Nationals starter Anibal Sanchez. Trevor Story’s leadoff triple sparked the rally, Arenado’s sacrifice fly drove Story home, and a screeching, three-run double by Tapia sailed over the head of right fielder Adam Eaton, who misjudged the line drive. Marquez settled down after the third inning to earn the victory and improve to 3-1. He pitched seven innings, allowing three runs on eight hits with three walks and seven strikeouts. [related_articles location=”right” show_article_date=”false” article_type=”automatic-primary-tag”] Charlie Blackmon continued his recent power surge, popping a solo home run into the right field seats to lead off the Rockies’ two-run fourth inning. Things got a touch dicey in the ninth when the Nationals scored two runs on four singles off reliever Harrison Musgrave, prompting manager Bud Black to call on closer Wade Davis for the final out. He struck out Kurt Suzuki with two runners on to end the game and earn his third save. The Rockies are off Thursday before beginning a seven-day road trip through Atlanta (three games) and Milwaukee (four games) beginning Friday in Atlanta.  
24 Apr 19
Lucas' PR Blog

My future, as is everyone’s, is uncertain. I feel like there are a number of different directions that I could end up going, and any of them would be fun and exciting paths for me to take. I think that there are some things that I can say definitively that I would like to be […]