Mike Fiers keeps Cardinals quiet as lone run holds up for Brewers
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June 1, 2015
Denver lacrosse joins in the celebration of national championship
With the NCAA lacrosse championship at stake, the standing room only crowd in the Pioneer just off the University of Denver campus was eager for action Monday morning. Denver and Maryland were squaring off in Philadelphia. The throng of DU alumni and ...
May 25, 2015
Casey Hayward strives to be No. 1 cornerback
Corners must cover, must maintain vertical control. Countless times, Whitt has maintained Hayward can play both spots. And, true, his first week of training camp as a pro, Hayward held his own in one-on-one drills vs. Green Bay's best receivers ...
May 30, 2015
Late homers by Herrera and Davis save Brewers in slugfest
Carlos Gomez signals 'safe' as Geovany Soto argues about the call with umpire Brian O'Nora during the fifth inning Monday at Miller Park. Gomez scored on his triple and an error by Avisail Garcia, who overthrew the cutoff man. Chicago challenged but ...
May 11, 2015
Brewers dip into Class AA for starting pitcher
For the first time since 2012, the Milwaukee Brewers have dipped into Class AA for a starting pitcher. The team announced Friday that right-hander Tyler Wagner would be recalled from Biloxi and start Sunday's series finale against the Arizona ...
May 29, 2015
Dynamic new exhibit honors Bud Selig
The show builds to a surprising encounter via hologram with Selig himself in his office, using a technology found in only a handful of exhibits around the world. At the conclusion of the show, fans are allowed a personal peek into the replica office ...
May 28, 2015
Brewers rule Mother's Day as Maldonado homers, singles in game-winner
Would you rather see the Brewers retool their roster with multiple changes or stick mostly with the players they have? Retool the roster with multiple changes: 58%. Stick mostly with players they have: 42%. Total Responses: 2570. Retool the roster with ...
May 10, 2015
Louis — Having utilized a franchise record-tying nine pitchers in a 17-inning marathon the day before, the Milwaukee Brewers needed a quality start from Mike Fiers in the worst way on Monday night. The right-hander did his job, delivering six shutout innings to help save the bullpen, and the Brewers got the only run they needed in the first inning in beating the St. Louis Cardinals, 1-0, at Busch Stadium. "It's twice in a row where we've really needed something from Mike, and he delivered," said manager Craig Counsell. Starting with Jonathan Broxton in the seventh, then Neal Cotts and Jeremy Jeffress in the eighth and finally Francisco Rodriguez in the ninth, the Brewers' bullpen also dug deep. The Brewers have received 18 straight scoreless innings from their pitching staff. "There's two starters in there that helped us out right there, (Matt) Garza yesterday and Fiers gave us six strong today," said Broxton. Jean Segura led off the game with a single, moved to second on a fielder's choice from Ryan Braun and scored on a two-out single by Carlos Gomez to give the Brewers their lone run against Cardinals starter Jaime Garcia. He committed a throwing error that allowed Jason Rogers to reach to open the fifth, but with one out induced an inning-ending double play. Gomez reached on an infield single with one out in the seventh, giving the Brewers their first hit.
"I expect to win that job," Hayward said. "And not just win the outside job, I want to become the No. 1 corner. Hayward started seven games at outside corner in 2012 and had 42 tackles and three interceptions last season inside. He'll be expected to cover elite wide receivers one on one. Out with a foot injury suffered early this off-season, Hayward hopes to be full go by training camp at the end of July. Joe Whitt Jr. Peppered with questions about Hayward's ability to play outside, the cornerbacks coach became irritated. "You guys are making more of this outside/inside thing than I really think it is," Whitt said. "I have no issue with Casey playing outside. I've never had an issue with Casey playing outside. I just had Tramon and Sam (Shields) outside and he played inside. "I think this is a conversation that we really shouldn't be talking about to be honest with you because I'm not worried about it. I have more to worry about than Casey Hayward outside. The wide receiver body type is different inside from outside, from stop-on-a-dime 5-foot-10 slot types to physical 6-foot-4 deep threats. As Whitt said, inside corners are essentially linebackers and outside "the skill set is.
The Milwaukee Brewers have their second three-game winning streak of the season, thanks to unlikely hero Elian Herrera. The well-traveled utility man hit the decisive two-run home run in the eighth inning of a back-and-forth affair, lifting the Milwaukee Brewers to a hard-fought 10-7 victory over the Chicago White Sox at Miller Park on Monday night. Herrera also doubled and scored two runs as he continues to take advantage of the playing time at third base as Aramis Ramirez remains out with a sore lower back. "I think the good thing for Elian right now — for any of these bench guys — is he's getting consistent at-bats," said manager Craig Counsell, whose team improved to 12-21 and no longer has the fewest victories in the major leagues. The Brewers held seemingly comfortable leads of 6-0 after four innings and 7-2 after the fifth before the White Sox scored three times in the seventh against Will Smith and Jeremy Jeffress. After Martin Maldonado drew a one-out walk, Herrera homered to left to put Milwaukee back in front, 9-7. The homer was the second in as many days for Herrera, his third of the season and just the fourth of his major-league career. "It's (Carlos) Gomez who's behind and he's having a great night, and I just want to try to get the base hit and more guys on base.
CEO: We'll fly on remote-controlled planes soon
But the popularity of drones and other remote-controlled aircraft is prompting officials to write new regulations for this kind of emerging technology ... more than a laptop computer and a satellite or radio link. In company video showing the June 12-15 ...
June 26, 2015
Courtyard La Crosse Downtown/Mississippi Riverfront
Located on the Banks of the Mississippi River in the heart of historic Downtown, the Courtyard by Marriott La Crosse Hotel features a completely new, renovated environment for your enjoyment and relaxation. We also completed our Lobby reinvention and new ...
December 20, 2013
10 Clever Clocks & Watches That Spring Forward (And Back) By Themselves
With all that science and technology has achieved, doesn't it seem a bit anachronistic that we have to reset most of our clocks and watches manually when daylight savings time comes... and goes? Atomic clocks are set automatically by radio transmission of ...
January 27, 2013
La Crosse Technology WS-7038U Wireless 433MHz Miniature Rain Monitor
Today I’m going to tell you about the La Crosse Technology WS-7038U Wireless 433 MHz Miniature ... the total amount of rain that has fallen in the last 6 months. This wireless rain monitor also has the ability to sound an alarm when rain is detected.
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