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Independent pro baseball team Milwaukee Milkmen to debut in 2019

Wisconsin will introduce its first American Association of Independent Professional Baseball team, the “Milwaukee Milkmen,” in 2019. ROC Ventures – a management firm in the sports, entertainment and real estate industries – introduced the team on Monday, Sept. 17. Wisconsin’s first independent team will begin

A’s, Snappers agree to extension through 2020

The Oakland Athletics announced on Friday, Sept. 21 that they would be continuing their Player Development Contract (PDC) with the Class A Beloit Snappers. The two-year agreement guarantees that the Snappers will remain affiliated with the A’s through 2020. “We’re very happy to extend our

Snappers sign MOU, receive green light for new ballpark

It appears that the Snappers will remain in Beloit and could be playing out of a new ballpark by 2020. Two local investor groups have bought the team, according to a Memorandum of Understanding announced by the franchise in early September. “The Beloit Snappers signed

Who the Buc is Gabe Pearlman?

The Round Table sat down with long-stick-swingin Gabe Pearlman  Round Table: Where are you from? Gabe Pearlman: I am from Hawthorne Woods, IL. It’s about an hour and a half away from here probably. RT: What’s your major? GP: I am an applied chemistry major

Who the Buc is softball slugger Ashley Lambert?

The Round Table sat down with Buccaneer softball’s very own Ashley Lambert‘19 to chat about school, softball and chilly weather.  Round Table: Hi Ashley! How are you doing? AL: I’m good, thank you! RT: So where are you from? AL: I’m from Waukegan, IL. RT:

Women’s Lacrosse falls short in long weekend of play

Strong Stadium was buzzing for their Lady Buccaneer lacrosse team on Saturday afternoon. On a chilly day, the Bucs still had those ride-or-die fans cheering them on. The Bucs faced off against the Hamline University Pipers in hopes of winning their first game, and only

The Winter Olympics come to a close

The 2018 Olympic Games came to a close on February 25, meaning that fans will have to wait another four years to get their fix of international curling, bobsledding, biathlons and other sports you never knew you loved. The closing ceremony marked the official ending