Wednesday Wisconsin Sports UPDATE

Here is the latest Wisconsin sports from The AP

MILWAUKEE (AP) -- With Prince Fielder leading the way, the Milwaukee Brewers pounded St. Louis 9-1 last night to keep their playoff hopes alive. The Brewers now are just two games behind the first-place Chicago Cubs in the Central Division race. The Cubs lost 4-2 to the Marlins in Florida. The Brewers and Cardinals wind up their series tonight at Miller Park.

MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Prince Fielder says he doesn't really want to keep his 50th home run ball as a souvenir. He's after Number 52, and he also has an MVP award in his sights. He says his goal is to outdo his estranged father Cecil Fielder, who never got more than 51 homers and never won the MVP award in his own major league career.

MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Brewers pitcher Ben Sheets threw a 35-pitch bullpen session yesterday. But manager Ned Yost says Sheets still had some discomfort in his strained left hamstring. The team has not decided whether Sheets will start Friday night against San Diego.

MILWAUKEE (AP) -- Forward Samaki Walker is the latest addition to the Milwaukee Bucks heading into training camp. Walker, signed as a free agent, is a 10-year NBA veteran who's played for six separate teams during his career. Terms weren't disclosed.


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