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  • LEADING OFF: Sanchez on mound, Davis on 1st, wife on Twitter

    A look at what's happening all around the major leagues today: ___ KEY MAN With longtime Tigers ace Justin Verlander injured, right-hander Anibal Sanchez is even more important to Detroit, and he'll start against Minnesota. Sanchez was hurt down the...
  • Brewers' Braun encouraged by MRI, hopeful he'll miss only 1-2 games

    MILWAUKEE Ryan Braun received some encouraging news regarding his sore right side on Tuesday, saying an MRI showed no significant injury and that he's hopeful he'll be out for only a game or two. Braun was removed from the Milwaukee Brewers' 10-0 loss to...
  • Rockies continue hit parade against Brewers

    MILWAUKEE How comfortable have the Colorado Rockies' hitters been against the Milwaukee Brewers' pitchers in the first two games of the season? They might show up Wednesday wearing smoking jackets and slippers with pipes in their mouths. The Rockies'...
  • An opening day to forget for Brewers, lose 10-0 to Rockies

    MILWAUKEE As players on teams that lose on Opening Day are quick to say, it's just one of 162 games. But no team wants to begin a season with a stinker like this. Jumping all over Milwaukee starter Kyle Lohse for eight early runs, the Colorado Rockies...
  • Major league ballparks beef up security with metal detectors

    Baseball fans are taking their first swings at the sport's new security guidelines. Forget shelling out cash for $30 tickets, $9 beers and $16 parking charges. Major League Baseball fans have more reason to empty their pockets, only this time of keys,...
  • Ryan Braun leaves Brewers' opener with strain on right side

    Brewers slugger Ryan Braun left the season opener against Colorado with a strain on his right side. The injury occurred in the fourth inning Monday when Braun crashed into the right-field wall while catching Justin Morneau's drive. Braun was replaced...
  • Rockies rout Brewers behind Kyle Kendrick's seven shutout innings

    Rockies rout Brewers behind Kyle Kendrick's seven shutout innings
    MILWAUKEE (AP) — Kyle Kendrick pitched seven sharp innings and also got two hits Monday as the Colorado Rockies trounced the Milwaukee Brewers 10-0 on opening day. Corey Dickerson and Nolan Arenado each homered and drove in four runs. Troy...
  • Wisconsin a slight favorite to win NCAA title, plus MLB odds as the season begins

    Wisconsin a slight favorite to win NCAA title, plus MLB odds as the season begins
    Big day today. The national championship gameĀ  in the NCAA tournament and the full rollout of Major League Baseball for 2015. Yes, there was a game on Sunday night in Chicago, but this is really Opening Day. From RJ Bell of Pregame.com, here's the...
  • Chilly temps for Brewers opening day tailgaters

    The smell of brats will soon be wafting from the parking lots at Miller Park as tailgaters celebrate the Milwaukee Brewers' home opener. Those tailgaters will likely huddle close to their grills with temperatures in the mid-40s Monday. Forecasters expect...
  • Sideline Chatter: Hey, he should be used to people teeing off

    Who needs Dr. Phil when you've got Kid Rock? The rap-rocker offered up this armchair diagnosis of struggling golf star Tiger Woods' psyche after the two hit some golf balls at Tiger's house for Rolling Stone magazine: "Nice kid. A little bit of an...
  • Pittsburgh Pirates the team to beat in NL Central

    Pittsburgh Pirates the team to beat in NL Central
    CENTRAL DIVISION Pittsburgh Pirates 2014: 88-74, second place. Last year in playoffs: 2014. The Pirates scored the most runs in the division last season and had the best earned-run average. None of the regulars is 30, and all but two reached...