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Thursday, July 7, 2011
Make it Billionaires vs. Millionaires times two. For more than three months NFL owners have locked out players because the sides can't agree on how to split something like $9 billion in annual revenue. Now NBA owners, feeling hamstrung by a ridiculous salary system they created...
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Thursday, June 23, 2011
Frank: I'll bet the Brewers were especially glad to see Miller Park again after experiencing the two oldest, smallest visitors' clubhouses in baseball. Artie: To say nothing of experiencing a 2-5 record at Wrigley Field and Fenway Park, and giving up 34 runs in the last three losses...
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Thursday, June 16, 2011
Sundays at the ballpark don't get much better in Milwaukee. The Brewers completed a sweep of St. Louis, grabbed first place in the National League Central division and gave fans good reasons to think they'll stay there. And it happened at a pace that got the Observers on the bus home in...
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Thursday, June 9, 2011
Artie: Hey, did you see the new athletic director at UW-Milwaukee mentioned the possibility of bringing football back to the school? Frank: Yeah, the Panthers haven't been gridders since 1974, but the AD, Rick Costello, told Michael Hunt of the Journal Sentinel, "It's something we'll look at long-term...
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Thursday, June 2, 2011
The last two weeks saw Frank back East, immersed in the supercilious, super-silly world of New York baseball, where every Yankee or Met loss is Doomsday and every unsuccessful move is denounced on the gassiest of gasbag radio. Meanwhile, Artie was enjoying the no-worries world...
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Wednesday, May 18, 2011
I told you a while back to wake me up when the NBA playoffs reached their final four, and now the alarm has rung. Chicago and Miami in the East, Dallas and Oklahoma City in the West. And along the way you've missed some pretty compelling basketball.
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Tuesday, May 10, 2011
If the Brewers make the playoffs, their 10-day swing through Houston, Atlanta and St. Louis will fade in memories. If they don't, well… Ten games, eight losses, only 17 runs, almost no-hit twice in three games and a team batting average of .172. The biggest ray of hope?

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