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Thompson SF 239 31 40 I 28 251 MtHs Bit 59 3. 29 32 7 1 1.52 Manwarlng SF 234 15 59 1 19 250 MtMw1jMllllMjIM,1MtMl.n- - i-nrmi in Harris Bin 44 31 35 45 1 I 14) Bast SF 234 21 59 5 24 250 f I J 4-1 McKeon enjoys second shot Blanchardville native learns from first cut By Steve Drumwright Sports reporter You come from a small town. You are blessed with the ability to throw a baseball, very hard and very accurately. You are the BMIST (Big Man la Small Town). You are admired by most of the people you grew up with and their parents. Those were just some of the items Brian "Butch' McKeon has lived with the the past few years. The Blaiichardvine native's baseball ca- MINOR-LEAGUE NOTES reer led him to a stint at the University of Wiscoiisin (1988) and Madison Area Technical College (1989) before be was a 14 th-round draft choice of the San Diego Padres. Things are looking good You put up pretty decent numbers in 1989 with three teams (Rookie Scottsdale, Class A Spokane and Class A Riverside) and in 1990 in your first full season, at Class A Waterloo, where you lead the Midwest League with seven complete games, five shutouts and 180 innings pitched. But after experiencing a rough-and-tumble season in 1991 at Class A High Desert (11-9, 5.09 earned run average), you are told your role with the Mavericks will change to that of a reliever in 1992. They say you won't pitch too much in the first month of the season because you're from a cold-weather state and then trot you 13 times. You struggle. You're released. No explanation. "It was very disappointing," said McKeon, 23. "Especially coming from a small town (pop. 802), everybody' knows me. They had high expectations for me and I had high expectations for myself. I thought my baseball career was over." McKeon, a 6-foot-4, 205-pound right-hander, was hoping to catch on with somebody. Anybody. So, he joined the Blanchardville Home Talent League team. "I wasn't sure if I was going to get picked up or not, so I figured I had to stay sharp," McKeon said. He soon got a call from his pitching coach last year with the High Desert Mavericks, Mark Littel, who was again in the California League, but now with the Class A Stockton Ports, a Milwaukee Brewers affiliate. Littel asked if McKeon was still interested in pitching. McKeon was. Littel contacted Fred Stanley, the Brewers' director of player development, and got McKeon another chance. Soon, McKeon was with the Class A Beloit Brewers. He made one relief appearance and two starts before being promoted back to the California League and being reunited with his former pitching coach. "It's like a slap in the face when WISCONSIN'S MINOR-LEAGUE PLAYERS (Throvgh Thurtdcy'i gorrves) BATTING cb h M M hr rt cvo. J 8-8WT, VojuW , StrlonBirg It 76 1 I 1 26 .266 SCT,Ceoyv. fsv tt1' So. A Prniing" 3t 7 23 1 9 61 .250 Oxins i-h Soy. Sue . Reno) 61 15 6 10 1 .?46 Q s Dr-ht. esrsi. T A,, Qnonoa 1 49 6 1 2 23 .253 Scot Dcig Wtffy Oocwwr A. Scti Artorio U 40 6 3 1 20 .284 PonOorvv, Aj-j-fwx P&n, a A,uoysl. 102 17 1 0 0 6 .167 tcrt'st,'5av 33 7 0 0 0 4 .212 Martus Ha i, -Sac Prytrs, K Soth 105 34 7 0 2 15 .206 josoBMeTT,Poatt.Anai,, Mo 30 12 3 0 0 6 .400 Boa JiprsCT Vv lo -rB, , CcrK 200 47 I 2 3 21 .226 Terry Jorpjensery Luwornfcfcftt Tns, AAA fariari 30 96 20 1 II 51 .282 Jert y Kenac. 6. T .. Pmu , Mot-ctsy- 75 27 1 0 1 9 M0 Oris ArtTosR Lo Crosse, .gas, A,A Morristijrsj 27 4 0 0 0 1 .148 Domtan HMtr, t So , T-iy A, Ktixafto 260 80 18 0 2 37 Mi Joeori70toK6owf 68 21 3 0 0 3 .309 Bfuo Sctsreibw ; K'miotrty, Pirafi. A. Saem 170 42 3 3 0 9 .247 S n Smr Oaronwoc, Bnjvfs,, . Parn 6ocri 41 11 0 0 0 2 .268 Tom vm, UW, PrtWies, A, Boova 61 12 110 4 .197 CqWWiomsvtoCreae, Atlitgrfcs, A. Mootson 251 70 15 1 4 34 .279 Kyte Yese, Ooowska, OrtoHs, R, &kjefel 13 3 0 0 0 2 .231 . PITCHING Ip h bp to w-l pro Don August. Mew Berlin, Tigers, AAA, Toledo 9 10 2 2 0-1 3.00 Jotoo Boot), Cntooevro Foils, Dodgers, R, Vero Beoch 31 39 6 29 1-1 4.06 Tony Bouton, JonesvflEe, Rangers, A, Port Chorlotre 35'. 33 25 43 3-4 5.35 Jeff Cor ew, K Imberty, Ronpers, R, Butte HVi 8 6 16 0-1 3.86 Tom Flscrier, West Bend, Red Sox, AAA, Pawtucfcet 43 48 25 28 0-0 5.44 Peter Gietren, South Mffwoukee, Yorees, A, Greensboro 18 18 11 16 0-1 4.O0 Mtke Hooper, Loke Mills, White Sox, A, Sollnos 90 84 37 66 3-9 5.10 Jim Hovey, Eou Poire, Rockies, A, Bend 25 14 19 26 2-1 1.08 Greg Lorigoerm, Scrwfleki, Mets, AA, Blnghomton 55 47 27 32 5-3 3.07 Rlchord LotseUe, Neenoh, Podres, A, Charleston 87ya 78 39 59 4-6 3.29 Scott May, Almond, Cubs, AAA, Iowa 65 78 23 52 3-4 4.93 Brian McKeon, Blonchordvllle, Brewers, A, Stockton 69 65 28 34 7-2 3.65 Pout Miller, Burtlngton, Pirates, AAA, Buffalo 32'i 38 16 18 2-3 3.90 Rod Myers, UW, Rovols, R, Leth bridge 42 39 27 30 3-4 4.71 Tim Mlnlk, Jonesvllle, Athletics, A, Reno 16 24 14 8 0-1 11.81 Lance Pointer, Milwaukee, Padres, AA, Wichita 110V. 99 47 94 7-4 4.16 Kurt Pettier, New Berlin, Giants, A, Son Jose 53 45 27 43 2-0 2.89 Joe Petcko, Cllntonvllle, Mets, A, Pttlsfleld 17'b 22 15 13 0-1 7.79 Greg Roscoe, Modison, Indians, AAA, Colorado Springs 78 99 27 54 2-4 5,15 Jeff Schmidt, La Crosse, Angels, A, Boise 12'. 8 4 15 0-0 2.19 OtHs Smith, Fond du Lac, Mets, A, Columbia 20'3 18 7 14 1-2 1.33 R J. Spang, Rocine, Mets, R, Sarasota 26 24 6 18 1-2 3.08 Rob Sweeney, Muskego, Dodgers, A, Bakersfleid 53 52 29 54 2-4 5.09 Jeff Thelen, Jonesvllle, Twins, A, Visolla 111 138 39 72 6-6 3.03 Paul Wagner, Germontown, Pirates, AA, Carolina 121 104 47 101 6-6 3.03 Bob Wlcfcmon, Oconto Foils, Yankees, AAA, Columbus 120 101 45 84 9-4 2.98 I was released," said McKeon, who starts for the Ports. "Being in the league two years, I wasn't pushing myself or anything. I was being satisfied for being here again. Then, I got released. Then, 'WOW!!!' It woke me up. "Now, being in a new organization, I'm striving. I wasn't satisfied with the Midwest League, especially since I was back there in 1990. Now, I'm back here and I'm going to do well and hopefully get moved up by the end of the year. If not, 111 just finish strong." The minor leagues are always touted as a place for player development. Sometimes, players develop by traveling a unique path. By the way, McKeon will take a 7-2 mark and a 3.65 ERA into his next start, Tuesday against the High Desert Mavericks, his first appearance against his former club. Fighting Fish: That rain Wednesday didn't do too much to cool of the Madison Muskies, who engaged the Peoria Chiefs in an entertaining brawl Tuesday. Thursday, the Muskies fought with the Kane County Cougars the fourth battle between the two clubs in two seasons after Curtis Goodwin scored, capping a five-run eighth inning that gave the Cougars an 8-7 victory. This one occurred because Muskies catcher George Williams had blocked the plate without the ball. Cougars left fielder Clayton Byrne, an Australian, took exception with the act. A brawl ensued with Williams, Muskies shortstop Vin-cente Francisco, Byrne and the Cougars' B.J. Waszgis being ejected. Six players were tossed Tuesday. "It's sort of unusual," said MWL President George Spelius, who said only fines would be levied from both fights. "I don't think it'll happen again. If it does, it will call for a little more stringent measures." Fore: The Madison Muskies Golf Tournament, a best-ball event, will be Aug. 10 at Sun Prairie Country Club. Cost for the 18-hole event is $60 and proceeds will benefit the United Way of Dane County. Registration deadline is Aug. S. For further information, contact Chris Fritzsching at the Muskies office (241-0010). T-TET a3f U r ' r.v :-. . T i " T' .. Sr j --v -j jntiiiidUd i jr - - - ' - - - m jr OVERioTSoS M&A X 3841 E. Washington Ave. '89U.D. tSil5.VX i rVZK urn iey, Indudinq rookie cards of: Frank Thomas Dave Justice i. Eric Undros AUTO PAINTING Only $569 1 . Car completely cleaned and degreased. 2. Remove or mask emblems and mouldings. 3. Pre-clean all chrome. 4. Chips, scratches and surface rust sanded, filled and feather edged. 5. Bare metal treated and primed. e. All painted sunaces tinai sanded. 7. All surfaces final cleaned. 8. Inside-outside detail masking. 9. Color coats of catalized acrylic enamel. 10. Infra-red factory bake. 1 1 . Final detailing including interiors vacuumed, ail chrome, windows and tires cleaned. 12. ALL CAR KOTE paints are warranted. Collision Repair FREE ESTIMATES ClcSo I 3759 U.S. Hwy 151 Full Service ZiebartTidy Car Store Phone 241-2927 Next to Jon Lancaster M-F 8-5. Sat. 9-12 JP WORK THE HOME GAMES OF THE 1992 BADGER FOOTBALL SEASON. Here's some home work that really pays off. As vendors at home Badger football games and the Packer exhibition gome, your kids will learn about money exchange and public relations, see some exciting football and earn money in the process. Who can apply? Boys and girls 1 2 years of age or older. How to apply? Just show up between 2-6 pm July 29 and 30 for an interview at the National W Club offices in Camp Randall Stadium (across from the Atheltic Ticket Office at Gate 21). Kids selected will work on seven game schedule including the Green Bay Packer game August 16, plus seven Badger home games on September 19, 26, October 3, 17,31 and November 14. Opportunities to work at other stadium events. Getting your kids to do home work over the weekend is easy. Let them be a ' Badger vendor. It's a valuable learning and earning experience. NATIONAL W CLUB Camp Randall Stadium, 1440 Monroe St., Madison, Wl 5371 1 r w x i j . w u u v v u t ; l j

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