Wow. Just wow.
2nd straight tough intra league series.
Woodruff back and sharp through 2.
Houser gives up 5 runs in the second and the Brewers leave the bases loaded in the third.
In terms of the the Yelich watch, in the last 17 games (roughly since he went to the leadoff spot), he is 21 for 66, with 8 walks, 2 doubles, 2 home runs, and 3 RBIs.
318 BA, 392 OBP, 439 SLG. I guess I'll take the 827 OPS slap-hitter as opposed to the guy trying and failing to hit 40 home runs who barely hits 200.
Bucks pick a guy that played in the G league last year. Marjon Beauchamp. He's 6'6" with a 7'1" wingspan. He's described as a strong defender.
The biggest problem is that he shot 24% from three in the G league. He'll already be 22 before the season starts.
Sounds like Sterling Brown to me.
A little disappointing that when the Bucks biggest need is more shooting, they take a guy who makes Giannis look like a great 3 point shooter. It's a small sample size and maybe he'll be better than 8 for 33, but still surprising to me.
Johnny Davis, the 2021-22 Big Ten player of the year, is headed to the nation’s capital to begin his NBA career.
Davis spent a pair of seasons at Wisconsin, averaging 19.7 points and 8.2 rebounds as a sophomore en route to being named the B1G’s best player at the close of the regular season and a first-team All-American. And, unsurprisingly, just over a week-and-a-half after the Badgers were bounced from the NCAA Tournament, he made the decision to declare for the NBA Draft and pursue a professional career.
On Thursday, Davis was taken with the 10th overall pick, going to the Washington Wizards:
Burnes pitched like. Cy Young winner.
Big 4 game series. Tyrone Taylor with a 2 run homer in the 5th. Burnes with 10 Ks thru 7, 110 pitches. Victory gets back in 1st by a game.
Top 0f the 4th. Tellez singles to right, McCutchen singles to left and Renfroe with a 3 run homer to left. 3-0 Brewers.
Shocking. Nobody posted?
Good series. Too bad Middleton got hurt or Bucks / Warriors would've been even better