Author: BrandonJarumbo

Brandon is a Senior at the University of Wisconsin-Madison studying Elementary Education. As an avid sports fan, in his free time, Brandon enjoys writing about all things Wisconsin Sports. Brandon joined the Wisconsin Sports Heroics team in September 2021. Follow Brandon on Twitter @BJarumbo

Brewers Brosseau

Milwaukee has officially optioned two players to their Triple-A affiliate Nashville Sounds. This move comes after the Brewers 2-0 loss to the Cubs on Sunday afternoon. The two players optioned on Sunday were infielder Mike Brosseau and catcher Alex Jackson. Brosseau was picked up this offseason to provide some positional depth for the Brewers infield. He had his first Brewers moment when he hit a clutch home run off of Cubs pitcher Daniel Norris. That home run helped prevent an 0-3 start to the Brewers season in their opening series versus Chicago. Aside from that moment, Brosseau’s season has been…

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Wisconsin’s professional baseball teams have begun their regular seasons. The Brewers are off to a strong start and minor league teams showcasing the next generation of MLB superstars. On top of that, don’t forget about independent teams like the Milwaukee Milkmen who won a title in 2020. With a lot of attention centered around those professional baseball teams, oftentimes people forget about the high-quality baseball being played at the high school level. WIAA State Championship Contenders The high school baseball season is in full swing. Some teams have been playing games for three weeks now. However, others only have…

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The Milwaukee Brewers won their home opener against the St. Louis Cardinals with a final score of 5-1. After an inconsistent start to the season from both their pitchers and their offense, the Brewers are beginning to get into a groove. Brandon Woodruff gave the Crew five strong innings, and the offense put up five runs on nine hits to secure the win. Brewers Get to Wainwright Early One of the biggest keys for Milwaukee’s home opener was to score early against Cardinals ace Adam Wainwright. Over the last decade and a half, Adam Wainwright has been a menace to…

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Brewers Luis Urias

Brewers general manager David Stearns visited the broadcast booth for Milwaukee’s home opener and provided plenty of talking points for Brewers fans. One of the biggest topics discussed was the status of Brewers infielder Luis Urias. Urias has been injured since the end of Spring Training after he hurt his quadricep running the bases. He was placed on the injured list and has progressed a lot slower than the Brewers initially expected. Brewers manager Craig Counsell originally predicted that Urias could possibly be available for the Baltimore series. However, some setbacks during his rehab scratched that possibility quickly. While talking…

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Over the last two decades, Wisconsin’s football program has been producing NFL-caliber talent on a yearly basis. Notable Badgers drafted in the last 20 years include names like Jonathan Taylor, JJ Watt, TJ Watt, Russell Wilson, and dozens more. The 2022 NFL Draft is one that is home to a lot of intriguing prospects. However, there are not as many surefire future superstars as there have been in years past. This is a good thing for the twelve Wisconsin Badgers entering this year’s draft. Let’s take a look at the Badgers in the 2022 NFL Draft and predict what round…

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Brewers 2022 Opening Day

Opening Day 2022 is one that baseball fans are going to appreciate a little extra more than usual. After a 99 day lockout, baseball is finally coming back. There was a real chance that the 2022 season would’ve been cancelled had the MLB and MLBPA not come to an agreement soon. Now that Opening Day is set for April 7th, Brewers fans can start looking forward to who will be starting game one of the 2022 season. Keep in mind that there will be a flurry of free agent signings and trades in the coming weeks that may alter projected…

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The MLB Lockout is over, and the first game of the Brewers’ 2022 season has been announced! Major League Baseball and the MLB Player’s Union have finally come to an agreement on a new collective bargaining agreement. With the biggest obstacles to a 2022 season now out of the way, and the biggest task left is putting pen to paper, baseball fans can now begin looking forward to opening day. Since the MLB and MLBPA were able to come to an agreement this week, they have decided to begin the season on April 7th, 2022. Rather than create a new…

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Leo Chenal Badgers to Packers

The Green Bay Packers have had quite a bit of change on their defense this offseason. With all of the upcoming changes, should the Packers draft former Wisconsin Badger Leo Chenal to fill a hole at linebacker? The Packers had the 13th best defense in the NFL in 2021. Their modest success was an encouraging sign for fans who had anticipated a dip in performance following the 2020 season. Part of the Packers’ defensive success is due to the emergence of the unlikely All-Pro De’Vondre Campbell. The Impact of a Strong Middle Linebacker De’Vondre Campbell was signed to a one-year…

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Brewers Lockout

Major League Baseball’s lockout is still in full swing. With a lack of progress between the players and owners, baseball fans are surely wondering whether or not the season will start on time. Looking at recent MLB work stoppages, the short answer is No. Why Won’t the Season Start On Time? The 2022 MLB lockout began on December 2nd, 2021 after the collective bargaining agreement expired. Although both parties had ample opportunities to compromise and come to an agreement before the expiration, nobody was willing to budge. It has been nearly three full months since the lockout began, and…

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The Heartbreaking Story of Larry Yount

With the MLB lockout continuing to keep baseball from fans, now is a great time to recount some of the ups and downs of baseball history. For all of the heartwarming stories of players overcoming adversity, there are an equal number of heartbreaking stories of career ending injuries. One of the lesser known stories of a career lost due to injury belongs to Larry Yount, the brother of the legendary Brewer Robin Yount. Introducing Larry Yount Larry Yount was born on February 15th, 1950 to Phil and Marion Yount. Larry’s father was a rocket scientist and was the head of…

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