This week on the Xtra Points Show, the guys talk state hoops, star wrestlers and Brewers spring training.
Outwardly, the Milwaukee Brewers' decision-makers express little concern about the lack of depth in the starting rotation entering spring training. But logic tells you they have to be nervous.
Last year, the office of Minnesota Twins General Manager Terry Ryan was empty most of the time while the Janesville native endured cancer treatment in Minnesota.
No major-league team is more anxious to start spring training and turn the page from the 2014 season than the Milwaukee Brewers.
After leading the NL Central for 150 days, the Brewers suffered an epic collapse, ...
With the first official workout for Milwaukee Brewers pitchers and catchers in Phoenix one week away, Journal Sentinel baseball writer Tom Haudricourt posed 10 questions to manager Ron Roenicke entering spring training.
Friends of Brandon Bundy of Janesville are working to support his fight against cancer.
Jay Hrdlicka's years of volunteer service to Evansville youth sports development were recognized this month with a one-of-a kind award from Cenex.
Selig's first day in the new role of commissioner emeritus really wasn't much different than the 8,173 days he ran baseball.
When the Milwaukee Brewers traded established starter Yovani Gallardo to Texas and committed to unproven Jimmy Nelson in their starting rotation for 2015, it was an admitted gamble. Nelson's goal is to prove it was smart money.
The chief roadblocks to reaching a deal were Papelbon's no-trade list that included the Brewers, as well as a vesting option that guarantees him $13 million in 2016 if he finishes 48 games this year.