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'Moose' brings pivotal playoff experience

MILWAUKEE—It sounds, at first, like a long, drawn out “Booooo!”

But look at the name on the scoreboard and it becomes apparent what fans at Miller Park are really chanting.


Mike Moustakas has been a hit with fans and teammates with the Milwaukee Brewers since being acquired from the Kansas City Royals two-plus months ago.

'March Madness' really amps up

One word succinctly describes what's transpired so far in the NCAA Tournament: madness.

But even that's probably under-selling it.

A comeback for the ages by Nevada. An entire region left without a top four seed in the “Sweet 16” for the first time in tourney history.

The 16-seed winner UMBC falling short in its attempt to extend its historic run as underdog darlings.

Injured Packers dump mistake-prone Bears

GREEN BAY, Wis.—The Green Bay Packers keep finding ways to win despite more key injuries.

The Chicago Bears never recovered from a miserable start by quarterback Mike Glennon.

Aaron Rodgers threw four touchdown passes while the injury-riddled Packers converted three turnovers into scores in an eventful 35-14 victory over the mistake-prone Chicago Bears last night.

Jays power to win over Brewers

MILWAUKEE—Ryan Goins left a strong impression in what might be his last game as the Toronto Blue Jays' regular shortstop.

A grand slam could help Goins continue to get playing time once the injured Troy Tulowitzki returns to the lineup.

Goins' sixth-inning grand slam was one of four homers hit by the Jays in an 8-4 win over the Milwaukee Brewers yesterday afternoon.

Resilient Raptors rest for Cavs

MILWAUKEE—The Toronto Raptors keep getting themselves into tough situations in the playoffs.

They hope their resilience helps make them stronger as they get ready to face the Cleveland Cavaliers again.

At the very least, the Raptors will need to get better at holding onto big leads after blowing a 25-point advantage against the Milwaukee Bucks last night before winning 92-89.