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The Milwaukee Brewers put four runs up on Washington Nationals' right-hander Stephen Strasburg and cruised to a 4-2 win in the first game of the so-called "second-half" of the 2014 campaign.
In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble; presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec talk about the Milwaukee Brewers success since the All-Star break. They stumbled into the All-Star break on the brink of falling out of first place, now they are buildiing their lead in the NL Central once again. So what happened in one week? Also, the MLB trade deadline is looming, is anyone going to pull off a major trade that will seperate them from the rest of the pack? Fasten your seat belts and put your foot on the gas - MLB is heating up heading to August.
Washington Nationals' closer Rafael Soriano blew his third save of the season, but the Nats rallied in the bottom of the ninth and Jayson Werth's walk-off double lifted the Nationals to a 5-4 win over the Milwaukee Brewers.
Continued exploration of the roots and understandings of violence. Join us in this most important discussion.
The Washington Nationals knocked Milwaukee Brewers' starter Matt Garza out in the first and cruised to an 8-3 win in the nation's capital tonight with Tanner Roark on the mound in Nats Park.
In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble; presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec talk about everything that is happening in Major League Baseball. Much attention will once again be placed on the Milwaukee Brewers. What is happening in July? The have given up a 6 1/2 game lead and are in jeopardy of entering the All-Star Break in 2nd place. Fasten your seat belts and put your foot on the gas - Its time to knock one out of the Park. Listen live or call the show.
Gio Gonzalez threw six scoreless in Miller Park. Adam LaRoche hit a three-run blast. The Washington Nationals made it three straight curly-Ws with a 3-0 win over the Milwaukee Brewers.
"The Synagogue in Christian Society: Part 2"
Since the days of Christ and the apostles, Church-vs-Synagogue relations have been anything but good. What started as a movement within Judaism became a separate movement all its own. The hostility was compounded by the Synagogue's reaction to what it called a heretical sect. The Church responded with over-reaction. The rancor increased over centuries, and as the Church became mainstream in formerly pagan society, the Old Testament "People of the Book" were increasingly marginalized and persecuted. In the midst of all this, and DESPITE it all, many Jews came to believe that Jesus of Nazareth was indeed the promised Messiah. This Thursday we look at it all more closely in the 2nd of a 5-part series. Tune in and take notes! Your host, Rev. Rick Anderson on "Jewish Roots", each Thursday at 9:30 pm EDT. Listen LIVE at www.blogtalkradio.com/fougcrew or through Twitter, LinkedIn, GooglePlus and facebook.com/fougcrew. To call with a comment or question: 347-324-5750.
WOW! You talk about a busy week! On tonights program (Wednesday at 8:30 p.m. CST) we will talk about leadership, more specifically who represents a mostly ignored caste of women in the Twin Cities. Representation without affilation has turned into a game with male handlers leading the way. Tune in and join Ronald A. Edwards and Don Allen as we "pullback and uncover" the strangeness of leadership.
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The Washington Nationals and Milwaukee Brewers had to play 16 innings to decide tonight's game, but Ryan Zimmerman's 16th inning home run lifted the Nats to a 4-2 win in Miller Park.
The proposed rule, which is part of the Food Safety Modernization Act, would tighten regulations on pet food and animal feed "by requiring animal food facilities to take preventive steps to ensure that food for animals is safe," according to the FDA.
The controversy surrounds the rule's effect on the longtime practice of beer brewers giving their spent grain, the malted barley left over after the beer brewing process, to neighboring ranchers and dairy farmers. The practice serves two purposes: to help the brewers get rid of millions of tons of leftover product, and to provide a free, nutritious food source for animals at local farms.
Under the new regulation, the practice would be outlawed, unless breweries go through expensive and time-consuming measures to ensure the grain is up to regulation.
"The proposal is part of the Food Safety Modernization Act's larger effort to modernize the food safety system for the 21st century and focus public and private efforts on preventing food safety problems, rather than relying primarily on responding to problems after the fact," wrote the FDA in a press release.
The Washington Nationals took two of three in Milwaukee but couldn't sweep the Brewers, who salvaged the series finale with a 9-2 win in Miller Park. Stephen Strasburg struggled on the mound and was out early this afternoon...
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