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Wednesday, July 28, 2010
For weeks the Brewers were treading water, never able to get higher than eight games below .500 and watching the Cardinals and Reds monopolize the division race. When the Observers chatted by phone last Thursday (with Frank still immersed in Yankee Land) the Brewers had just seen three starting pitchers in four games give up 10 or more runs...
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Thursday, July 8, 2010
Sunday began so brightly for the Brewers. First they learned they had three National League All-Stars in Ryan Braun, Corey Hart and Yovani Gallardo. Then they sent Gallardo, their ace, to the mound in St. Louis with a chance to win a key four-game series. Then things changed...
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Tuesday, June 29, 2010
Every year at this time there's a lot of optimism about whomever the Milwaukee Bucks have drafted. But really, no one can be sure. Last year's first-round pick, point guard Brandon Jennings, had a dazzling rookie season. But 2008's top pick, Joe Alexander, was an injury-plagued bust who didn't last two...
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Tuesday, June 8, 2010
WORLD CHAMPIONS. It was easy for Americans to use that term decades ago, when our top three pro sports were virtually our exclusive property. Not anymore: The United States is 0 for 2 in the World Baseball Classic and hasn't won at the World Basketball Championships since 1994...

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