Sports – Wednesday, July 29rd, 2015

The Milwaukee Bucks will be
staying in Wisconsin
after the State Assembly passed the area bill on 52-34 on Tuesday.  The deal means that cities like Las Vegas and Seattle
will have to wait a bit to find an NBA franchise to be housed in their


Wily Peralta returned to the
mound and led the Brewers to a 5-2 win over Giants on Tuesday night in San Francisco.  Peralta pitched into the 7th inning,
giving up just 5 hits and 2 runs to pick up the win.  Francisco Rodriguez pitched a scoreless 9th
for his 23rd save of the season. 
The series wraps up today as Mike Fiers takes on Jake Peavy.  Coverage begins at 2:10pm on KFIZ with the 1st
pitch set for 2:45pm.


NL Central

Rockies 7 Cubs 2

Pirates 8 Twins 7

Reds 4 Cardinals 0


The Packers moved into their
dorm rooms at St. Norbert College
on Tuesday night in preparation for training camp.  The team will go through physical testing and
meetings today before Thursday morning’s 1st practice at 8:20am on
the Ray Nitschke Field.


The Packers held their annual
shareholders meeting on Tuesday at Lambeau Field.  More than 11,000 of the over 360,000
shareholders showed up to hear the state of the team from Team President Mark
Murphy and General Manager Ted Thompson.


The NFL has upheld the 4 game
suspension dished out to Patriot’s quarterback Tom Brady for his role in deflating
footballs to give him a better grip during inclement weather.