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Sports : Thursday, 6/28/17


Northwoods League (South):

Wisconsin Rapids at Fond du Lac (Postponed - Rain. Game will be made up as part of a doubleheader Sunday afternoon at Herr Baker Field)

Kenosha 5, Green Bay 3

Kalamazoo at Madison (Postponed - Rain)

Lakeshore 11, Wisconsin 7

Battle Creek 13, Rockford 0

Northwoods League (North):

La Crosse at Duluth (Postponed - Rain)

St. Cloud 3, Eau Claire 1

Major League Baseball:

National League:

Cincinnati 4, Milwaukee 3

--A run scoring infield single from Adam Duvall in the 8th inning lifted the Reds to a win in game two of their series against the Brewers in Cincinnati Wednesday night. Milwaukee got home runs from Ryan Braun and Travis Shaw in the loss, and lost starter Chase Anderson to a strained oblique in the second inning. The final game of the series is tonight, pregame coverage starts at 5:35, first pitch at 6:10 pm.

Washington 8, Chicago Cubs 4

St. Louis 4, Arizona 3

American League:

NY Yankees 12, Chicago White Sox 3

Minnesota 4, Boston 1

Kansas City 8, Detroit 2

Cleveland 5, Texas 3


Pittsburgh 6, Tampa Bay 2

Minor League Baseball:

Wisconsin 3, Quad Cities 2 (13 Innings)

NBA: Former Badger Sam Dekker is now a member of the Los Angeles Clippers. Dekker was part of a deal that sent Chris Paul to Houston in exchange for seven players and a draft pick. Houston parted ways with Dekker and Patrick Beverly, Lou Williams, Montrezl Harrell, Darrun Hilliard, DeAndre Liggins, Kyle Wiltjer, a protected first round pick for next year’s draft and cash. Paul, a nine-time All Star helped the Clippers reach the playoffs the last six years, but the team never advanced to the conference finals.

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