Monthly Archives: June 2017

Bucks Clean Up At First Annual NBA Awards

Milwaukee Bucks had themselves a good night from an NBA Awards perspective. Not so much in other areas, but we’ll talk about that tomorrow. Malcolm Brogdon took home Rookie of the Year, and Giannis Antetokounmpo was the Most Improved Player. These are two awards that

Mets Move Tebow Circus To Florida

New York Mets are promoting a player to another level of minor league baseball with only a .222 average. That seems odd, right? This player isn’t a stellar outfielder either, rather, he’s Tim Tebow and New York Mets are exploiting him for every single penny

BrewCap: Crew Avoids Bad Atlanta Weekend

Milwaukee Brewers do not like getting swept. They avoid another one on Sunday, and that’s a common theme this year. Brewers have done a great job on getaway games this year going 12-5. That’s very important for the team because losing streaks don’t typically last

The Summer of Trolling Continues For Durant

Kevin Durant enjoyed talking trash to ‘fans’ last week, and he was back at it again this weekend during JaVale McGee’s softball tournament. Durant showed up wearing a hat featuring a cupcake with a ring on it. This is a wonderful troll move to Russell

Brett Favre’s Arm Still Has Some NFL Throws Left

Steve Stricker brought out the big guns earlier this weekend before they teed off at the American Family Championship in Madison. Brett Favre, Derek Jeter and Darius Rucker were all a part of the experience. Obviously, the fans were most excited to see the former

Jordan Spieth’s Walk-Off Chip-In Is Legendary

Every week, you don’t know what you’re going to get with golf. Last week, U.S. Open was a good tournament, but it didn’t have the dramatics that Travelers Championship had on Sunday afternoon. Jordan Spieth led the tournament wire-to-wire, but as we know, it’s very

What Does Stephen Vogt Do For Brewers?

Milwaukee Brewers made a little bit of news during their 7-0 victory against Atlanta Braves. They acquired Stephen Vogt off waivers from Oakland A’s. Vogt is struggling this season, but he is a two-time All-Star with no experience in National League. He fills a need

It’s Eric Sogard’s World & We’re Just Living In It.

Eric Sogard is one of the major stories of Milwaukee Brewers this season. He played for Oakland Athletics at a decent level. I wouldn’t call it stellar by any means, but he played okay there. Sogard ripped up his knee and took a year off

Is Sterling Brown A Replacement For Snell?

Milwaukee Bucks fans eyes lit up when they drafted Sindarius Thornwell, the electric defender and scorer, from South Carolina. Excited eyes turned to fury as Los Angeles Clippers were buying out the pick. Fear not, Bucks did a deal with Philadelphia to acquire Sterling Brown,

Let’s All Enjoy New Buck D.J. Wilson’s Mixtape

Milwaukee Bucks selected power forward D.J. Wilson with the 17th pitch overall from the University of Michigan. Wilson is a player that came on hot at the end of the season with an unreal Elite Eight run by his Miracle Michigan team. He adds more