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KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 5/14/18


East Shore League Baseball:

St. Peter 3, St. Cloud 2

Johnsburg 6, Marytown 0

Forest 13, Chilton 3 (7 Innings)

Cleveland 7, Howards Grove 3

Major League Baseball:

National League:

Milwaukee 7, Colorado 3

--The Brewers pounded out 13 hits and 21-year-old Freddy Peralta picked up his first win in the Major Leagues as Milwaukee took the series finale over Colorado on Sunday afternoon. Domingo Santana went 3 for 4 with a double and Travis Shaw and Jesus Aguilar homered for the Brewers on offense in the win. Peralta’s first start saw him allow just one hit in five and ⅔ innings while striking out 13 batters - a Brewers rookie record. The Brewers continue their road trip tonight in Arizona for game one of a three game series against the Diamondbacks. Coverage starts at 8:05 pm on KFIZ, first pitch at 8:40 pm.

San Diego 5, St. Louis 3

Cincinnati 5, LA Dodgers 3

San Francisco 5, Pittsburgh 0

American League:

LA Angels 2, Minnesota 1

Detroit 5, Seattle 4

Cleveland 11, Kansas City 2


Chicago White Sox 5, Chicago Cubs 3

NBA Playoffs:

Eastern Conference Finals:

Boston 108, Cleveland 83

--Jaylen Brown scored 23 points as the Celtics crushed Cleveland in game one of the Eastern Conference Finals. Game two is Tuesday in Boston.

Tonight is game one of the Western Conference Finals as Golden State visits Houston.


Webb Simpson is the winner at the Players Championship. The 2012 US Open winner shot a one over par 73 on Sunday to win by four strokes at 18 under par 270. Charl Schwartzel, Jimmy Walker and Xander Schauffle each tied for second place at 14 under par. Tiger Woods tied for 11th with a three under par 69 in Sunday’s final round to finish at -11.

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