Morning State Sports Briefs: Brewer pitcher Narveson injures hand with scissorsMilwaukee Brewer left-hander Chris Narveson cut himself with a pair of scissors whilehe was trying to fix the laces on his glove, and the injury required eight stitches.
ST. LOUIS - Milwaukee Brewer left-hander Chris Narveson cut himself with a pair of scissors whilehe was trying to fix the laces on his glove, and the injury required eight stitches.
The injury means Narveson will miss his next scheduled start Friday against the Pirates at Miller Park. Manager Ron
Roenicke says he'll talk to general manager Doug Melvin today to
figure out how to handle it. Harveson says he didn't cut the part of
his thumb he uses to grip the ball, so he doesn't think the gash will
keep him out of action for long.
UW-Milwaukee basketball player Kaylon Williams has been arrested on suspicion of drunk driving in his hometown of Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Authorities say Williams tried to run away, and a police dog chased him down. The official complaint against Williams says his blood-alcohol content was about three times the legal limit.
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