In sports, the Milwaukee Brewers announced a two year contract extension this (Thursday) morning with starter Chase Anderson, with club options for two more years. M-L-B Dot Com says the 29-year-old right hander will get eleven-and-three-quarter million dollars in guaranteed money, with up to 18-million more if both options are exercised through 2021. Anderson was traded from Arizona last winter, and he had a breakout year with a 12-4 record and a two-point-seven-one E-R-A in 25 years — and that’s despite missing six weeks with a strained oblique muscle. Anderson is only the third Brewer with a contract for next year — joining sluggers Ryan Braun and Eric Thames.