KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 4/15/19

College Baseball:


UW-La Crosse 5, UW-Oshkosh 1 (Game 1)

UW-La Crosse 12, UW-Oshkosh 6 (Game 2)

Major League Baseball:

National League:

LA Dodgers 7, Milwaukee 1

–The Brewers fell behind 6-0 in the third inning and lost 7-1 to the Dodgers in Los Angeles. Jhoulys Chacin gave up six runs in less than three innings to take the loss. Eric Thames broke up the shutout with a sac-fly in the eighth. Milwaukee returns home to open a seven-game homestand with the first of three games against St. Louis. Coverage starts at 6:05, first pitch at 6:40 on KFIZ.

St. Louis 9, Cincinnati 5

Pittsburgh 4, Washington 3

American League:

Chicago White Sox 5, NY Yankees 2

Minnesota 6, Detroit 4

Kansas City 9, Cleveland 8


LA Angels at Chicago (Postponed)

Minor League Baseball:

Wisconsin 6, Quad Cities 3


Eastern Conference Playoffs – 1st Round:

Milwaukee 121, Detroit 86

–Giannis Antetokounmpo had a double-double with 24 points and 17 rebounds to lead the Bucks as they blew out the Pistons in game one of their best of seven series at Fiserv Forum Sunday. Milwaukee scored 70 points in the first half to lead by 27 at halftime, and saw their lead swell to 43 points at one point in the second half. The Bucks host game two Wednesday in Milwaukee.

Boston 84, Indiana 74

–Celtics lead the series 1-0

Western Conference Playoffs – 1st Round:

Portland 104, Oklahoma City 99

–Trail Blazers lead the series 1-0

Houston 122, Utah 90

–Rockets lead the series 1-0

The playoffs continue tonight with a pair of Game Two’s – Philadelphia hosts Brooklyn in the east and Golden State hosts the LA Clippers in the Western Conference.


Stanley Cup Playoffs – Round 1:

NY Islanders 4, Pittsburgh 1

–Islanders lead the series 3-0

Winnipeg 6, St. Louis 3

–Blues lead the series 2-1

Columbus 3, Tampa Bay 1

–Blue Jackets lead the series 3-0

Las Vegas 6, San Jose 3

–Golden Knights lead the series 2-1


Tiger Woods is back on top of the golf world after winning the Masters for the first time since 2005, completing a redemption story after troubles in his personal life and injuries nearly derailed his career. Woods’ fifth green jacket broke a tie with Arnold Palmer for the second-most behind Jack Nicklaus’ six Masters titles, and it’s his 15th overall major championship – three behind Nicklaus’ all-time record of 18. The 43-year-old Woods also tied a record by going 11 years between major wins, with his last coming at the 2008 U.S. Open. Dustin Johnson, Xander Schauffele and Brooks Koepka all finished one shot back.