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Eyton Z/Flickr

Everybody wants a piece of baseball history, but it turns out, souvenirs are a unique part of the game's story in their own right.

UWM Athletics

The UW-Milwaukee Panthers women’s basketball team opens its regular season Thursday night, at home, against the University of Wisconsin.

Mitch Teich photo

Milwaukee's Pfister Hotel is known for its decades of hospitality along Wisconsin Avenue.  But for years, it's also been recognized for its inhospitality to some visiting sports figures.  Athletes - predominantly baseball players - have stayed at the Pfister and reported some spooky encounters with the paranormal.

Marquette University

The National Football League has come under fire for its efforts, or what many perceive as its lack of efforts, to protect the lifelong health of its players.

Eddie Welker/Flickr

The first pitch of the 2013 World Series is scheduled for this evening at Fenway Park in Boston. 

Reviving Simbas Soccer Club a New Goal

Oct 17, 2013
Chip Griffin/Flickr

Thousands of kids in the Milwaukee area play youth soccer, but the vast majority of the sport is played by kids who live outside the city itself.

Wikimedia Commons

The controversy continues surrounding calls for a new basketball arena in downtown Milwaukee.

Bowman Gum

Former Milwaukee Brave Andy Pafko has died. 

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The Milwaukee Bucks will open their home basketball season November 2nd against the Toronto Raptors.  As they have since 1988, they’ll call the BMO Harris Bradley Center home.

Lou Jones, Getty Images

Major League Baseball’s playoffs are underway and so is the search for the next commissioner of baseball.


Mike McGinnis/Getty Images

If you missed the Brewers game yesterday, you missed your last opportunity to catch them at Miller Park this season. 

Rowers to Converge on Milwaukee River

Sep 17, 2013
Michael Pereckas/Flickr

Rowing: it's a sport you either love or hate. But either way, it's making a splash in Milwaukee this weekend.

PHOTOS: Skatepark Ramps Up Local Talent

Sep 12, 2013
Dan Harmon, Nathan Royster

You'd never guess from its quiet, old red brick exterior that the Wisconsin Electric building off I-94 near Marquette University is full of fast-paced activity.

Essay: The Ryan Braun Debacle

Sep 11, 2013
Marc Serota/Getty Images

In 2004, after Paul Molitor was elected to the Baseball Hall-of-Fame, and as the Brewers were limping along to win about 67 games a season, a friend wrote to me, "The Brewers will never have more than two players in the Baseball Hall-of-Fame. Ever! That sucks!"

Dilip Vishwanat/Getty Images

The NFL season officially got underway on Thursday night, but for most Wisconsinites, it’s the Packers’ Sunday kickoff that really marks the start to the season.

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