Wolf Hunt Moves Forward This Month, Who’s Not Getting In The MLB Hall Of Fame

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A pack of gray wolves travel single file in the snow
A pack of gray wolves travel single file in the snow. Douglas Smith, National Park Service (CC BY)

An outdoors journalist walks us through the legal back and forth that’s resulted in a brief wolf hunt — the state’s first in years. Then we talk with a sports reporter about the hall of fame class that wasn’t, and look ahead at the Brewers’ upcoming season.

Featured in this Show

  • State Approves Harvest Goal For Upcoming Wolf Hunt

    The Wisconsin Natural Resources Board has approved a harvest quota of 200 gray wolves for a one-week hunt set for later this month. We talk with an outdoors reporter about how the hunt will work and the court case that led up to it.

  • Do Clemens, Schilling And Bonds Belong In MLB Hall Of Fame?

    Despite being considered statistical shoo-ins for the Major League Baseball Hall of Fame, Roger Clemens, Barry Bonds and Curt Schilling once again failed to make the cut. We look at the arguments for and against their inductions. We also get an early preview of the Milwaukee Brewers upcoming season.

Episode Credits

  • Rob Ferrett Host
  • Sarah Hopefl Technical Director
  • Dean Knetter Producer
  • Bill Martens Producer
  • Paul Smith Guest
  • Tom Haudricourt Guest