NFL, Matt Polly, Colts discussed on Wisconsin's Weekend Morning News


Friday senior celebrations and life planned community events or scoring game between the brewers and that the Diamondbacks brewers would end up winning by a four nothing score a big part of it was a couple of big hits in the fourth inning Selena hi fi deep right center one his name's a drink Grisham each going deep was solo shots casting here on what added two RBI hit later on in the game and chase Anderson pitches well five scoreless innings this comes after his last start was one of the worst of his career manager Craig Counsell refers to it as a bounce back those exactly as first two words one thousand dollars for the nine is a good bounce back so it was important nomina lesson was a struggle and then go well tonight was was just the opposite he was he was really good sorry just made patches on all those stuff necessarily but I thought he just got kinda making pages prior to the game the brewers make a number of roster moves most notably they designated for assignment opening day starter you Lisa shot scene so his time with the organization coming to an end they call up utility man chorus Vanderburgh from triple a and they send been gamble down to interpolate brewers Diamondbacks wrapping up the series this afternoon at Miller park the brewers have Zach Davies on the mound wanted first page our coverage begins at twelve noon elsewhere around the National League central yesterday first place St Louis to beat the Rockies six nothing nationals over the cubs seven two and the pirate shut out the Reds final score is fourteen to nothing in football the Green Bay Packers of made the decision to move on from a running back Darren hall they have released him according to ESPN's rob the musky your manager Brian good accuses currently working the phones looking for a nother running back to acquire in the trade market a shocker in the NFL yesterday colts quarterback Andrew luck announcing his retirement at the age of twenty nine he's been dealing with a lot of injuries throughout his career and the Houston Texans are worried that starting running back Lamar Miller has suffered a torn ACL if that's the case his season is over Matt Polly WTMJ sports.

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