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Sports : Wednesday, 6/21/17


Legion Baseball:


Waupun 5, Mayville 3


Ripon 5, Markesan 2


Northwoods League (South):


Green Bay 6, Fond du Lac 5 (Game 1)

--Alex Ronnebaum and Joe Breaux each had RBI doubles in the loss for Fondy.

Green Bay 7, Fond du Lac 4 (Game 2)

--AJ Lewis goes 2 for 5 with a pair of doubles in the loss for the Dock Spiders.


Fond du Lac hosts the Madison Mallards at Herr Baker Field tonight. First pitch is 6:35.


Rockford 5, Madison 3 (14 Innings - Game 1)


Madison 6, Rockford 3 (Game 2)


Lakeshore 4, Kenosha 3 (Game 1)


Lakeshore 3, Kenosha 2 (Game 2)


Wisconsin 9, Wisconsin Rapids 3 (Game 1)

Wisconsin 6, Wisconsin Rapids 4 (Game 2)


Kalamazoo 13, Battle Creek 1 (Game 1)


Battle Creek 4, Kalamazoo 1 (Game 2)


Northwoods League (North):


Eau Claire 7, La Crosse 3


Major League Baseball:


National League:


Pittsburgh 7, Milwaukee 3

--Nick Franklin went 2 for 3 with a home run in the loss for Milwaukee. Starter Zach Davies allowed 7 runs on 10 hits in 5 innings of work for the Brewers. Game three of the series is tonight, coverage begins at 6:35 on KFIZ.


Chicago Cubs 4, San Diego 0


St. Louis 8, Philadelphia 1 (11 Innings)


American League:


Minnesota 9, Chicago White Sox 7


Boston 8, Kansas City 3


Seattle 5, Detroit 4 (10 Innings)


Baltimore 6, Cleveland 5




Tampa Bay 6, Cincinnati 5


College Basketball:


UW-Milwaukee has named Patrick Baldwin as its next Men’s Basketball coach. Baldwin replaces LaVall Jordan who took the head job at his Alma Mater Butler. Baldwin spent the past four seasons as an assistant at Northwestern, where he played from 1990 to 1994 and ranks among the top 20 scorers in school history. He will be introduced at a news conference Thursday afternoon.





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