Sports - Saturday, May 9th, 2013
The Milwaukee Brewers collected 12 hits but managed just one run in a 4-1 loss to the Texas Rangers on Wednesday night at Miller Park. Kyle Lohse gave up single runs in the first three innings and another in the 7th and gets hung with the loss. Aramis Ramirez drove in the Brewers only run with a double in the 6th. The Brewers take today off and then open up a weekend series in Cincinnati on Friday night.
Cardinals 5 Cubs 4
Atlanta 7 Reds 2
Seattle 2 Pittsburgh 1
Miami 115 Chicago 78 – Ray Allen 21, Series tied 1-1
Golden State 100 San Antonio 91 – Klay Thompson 34 pts, Series tied 1-1
Badgers To UVA
The Wisconsin Badger men’s basketball team will travel to Virginia on December 4th as part of this year’s ACC-Big Ten Challenge. The Cavaliers beat Bucky at the Kohl Center this past season.
Golf’s so-called “5th Major” begins today in Florida with The Players Championship. Wisconsin native Steve Stricker is in the premier group of the first round as he’s paired with Rory McIlroy and Adam Scott and will tee off at 12:39pm central time.
Kenseth Penalty Reduced
NASCAR reduced a penalty on Matt Kenseth’s Gibbs racing team for having an illegal part in his engine during a win at Kansas last month. Kenseth’s crew argued that the Toyota was at fault and not his racing team. An appeals panel agreed and cut his sanctions including taking just 12 points rather than 50 Chase Points away. That moves him from 11th to 4th in the standings.
Boston 4 Toronto 3 - OT
NY Rangers 4 Washington 3
LA 4 St. Louis 3 - OT
Anaheim 3 Detroit 2 - OT
Oshkosh North 10 Fond du Lac 6 – Shania Schibbelhut 2x3 2 RBI
High School Baseball on KFIZ
The Fond du Lac baseball team hosts Appleton North tonight at the Fondy Baseball Complex. Coverage begins at 4:05pm with the Backyard Grill Pregame Show. The first pitch is set for 4:30pm.
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