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Medford City Baseball receives Share the Glove grant

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WAUSAU — The Wisconsin Woodchucks and the Northwoods League Foundation have announced Medford City Baseball as the recipient of the Share the Glove Softball Equipment Grant. Medford City Baseball will be awarded with softball equipment totaling $2,500, according to a Woodchucks news release. The award includes two sets of catcher’s gear, 10 gloves, eight batting…

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Chacin, bullpen pitch Brewers past slumping Diamondbacks 1-0

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MILWAUKEE (AP) — As Domingo Santana’s towering fly ball with two runners on in the fourth inning carried toward the center-field fence, the crowd at Miller Park cheered, anticipating the drive would break a scoreless tie and give the Milwaukee Brewers a lead. Arizona Diamondbacks center fielder Jarrod Dyson, after breaking in on the ball,…

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Wisconsin researcher: Sharpen warnings about brain injury

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University of Wisconsin-Madison study is testing whether explicit warnings about dementia, other problems increase athletes’ willingness to report concussions By Luke Schaetzel A University of Wisconsin-Madison researcher is examining ways to improve athletes’ reporting of brain injuries — a key to preventing long-term neurological damage. Dee Warmath, assistant professor and principal research scientist in the…

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Woodchucks add trio to roster

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WAUSAU – The Wisconsin Woodchucks have signed Peter Ahn from Michigan State University, as well as Derek Schwimer and Mason Doolittle from Palm Beach State College. Ahn, a 6’2” infielder from Delafield, Wisconsin, will add to the Chucks batting lineup, according to a Woodchucks news release. Ahn finished his high school baseball career at Marquette…

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