Sports – Wednesday, August 7th, 2013

Brewers Win

The Brewers stopped the Giants 3-1 last night in San Francisco.  Carlos Gomez homered in the win.  Wily Peralta gave up just one run as he pitched into the 7th inning to notch the win.  Jim Henderson tallied a four-out save.  The series continues tonight as Marco Estrada gets the start for Milwaukee. Estrada hasn’t pitched in the Majors since June 3rd because of a hamstring injury.  Coverage begins at 8:40pm on News-Talk 1450 KFIZ.


NL Central

Pit 4 Miami 3

Cubs 8 Phil 0

STL 5 Dodgers 1

Reds 7 Oakland 1


Vince Young

Veteran quarterback Vince Young was at practice Tuesday for the Packers.  The 30-year-old QB hasn’t played in a game since December of 2011 with Philadelphia and says he was a bit rusty during the first day of drills.  Young says he had multiple offers on the table to return but felt Green Bay was the best spot to restart his career.  Young was the 3rd overall pick by Tennessee in the 2006 NFL draft and has a 31-19 record as a starter in the NFL.


Jordy Nelson

Packers WR Jordy Nelson will miss the rest of training camp after having knee surgery on Monday.  Nelson has been bothered by a nerve issue in his knee since college and finally had it corrected.  Head coach Mike McCarthy hopes he’s ready for the regular season.


Left Tackle

The Packers had rookie David Bakhtiari working with the first team at left tackle just days after Bryan Bulaga went down with what looks like a season ending knee injury. Bulaga wanted a second opinion on his knee that he injured in the Family Night Scrimmage before being shut-down for the season.  Bakhtiari, a 4th round pick out of Colorado, has been impressive in drills during training camp and has made just one mental error in all of the offensive installation sessions.  For now, Marshall Newhouse and Don Barclay will remain on the right side and battle for that tackle spot.  


Manziel In Trouble

Heisman Trophy winner Johnny Manziel is in some hot water.  An autograph brokers says that he paid the Texas A&M QB $7,500 to sign autographs.  The NCAA is investigating and he could be suspended or ruled ineligible. 


Bucks Schedule Out

The Milwaukee Bucks 2013-14 schedule has been released.  The team will open with two games on the road at New York on October 30th and at Boston on November 1st.  The home opener is Saturday, November 2nd against Toronto at the BMO Harris Bradley Center.