Sports – Friday, July 24th, 2015

Arizona Diamondbacks pitcher
Zack Godley was called up for Double-A to start against the Brewers last night
and picked up a win in his Major League debut. 
Godley struck out 7 and gave up 4 hits in six scoreless innings in the
D-Backs 8-3 win over Milwaukee.  Mike Fiers takes the loss for The Crew.  Ryan Braun hit a three-run homers in the 9th
for Milwaukee’s
only runs.  The series continues tonight
as Jimmy Nelson takes on Patrick Corbin. Coverage begins at 8:05pm on News-Talk
1450 KFIZ.  The 1st pitch is set
for 8:40pm.


The Brewers fire sale began
on Thursday as they send veteran 3rd baseman Aramis Ramirez to Pittsburgh in exchange
for minor league pitcher Yhonathan Barrios. 
He’ll be placed at Double-A Biloxi. 
The 37-year-old Ramirez was hitting .247 with 11 homers and 42 RBI this
season.  He returns to the team that he
made his Big League debut with back in 1998.  
Heran Perez started at 3B last night for the Brewers


NL Central

Pittsburgh 7 Washington

St. Louis 4 Kansas


Various reports say that the
NFL has suspended Packers defensive lineman Letroy Guion for 3 games stemming
from his February drug arrest in Florida.  The Packers defensive line will be thin early
in the season as Datone Jones has also been suspended for violation the
league’s substance abuse policy.  
Packers training camp opens up on Thursday.


One of the top recruits in
the Badger football team’s class of 2015 won’t be suiting up in Madison.  4-star running back Jordan Stephenson from Texas was denied admission to the University of Wisconsin
so he won’t be able to join the program next month. He was qualified
academically by the NCAA. He ran for over 2500 yards and 28 TDs in his senior
year.  He announced on twitter that his
recruitment is now open to all FBS schools.


Oconomowoc’s Eddie Wajda shot
a final round, 2-under par 70 to win the Wisconsin State Amateur Golf
Tournament at Erin
on Thursday.  He finished the four day event at +5.  WLA’s Chris Colla shot a final round 71 to
tie for 8th at +11.  Other
local finishers include Mike Mueller who tied for 20th and Jeff
Berenz who tied for 56th.


American Legion Regional

Waupun 4 Kenosha 2

Lomira-Theresa 1 Allenton 0