KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 4/22/19

Major League Baseball:

National League:

LA Dodgers 6, Milwaukee 5

–Cody Bellinger blasted a solo home run off of Josh Hader in the ninth inning to break a 5-5 tie and give the Dodgers the series win over the Brewers at Miller Park Sunday afternoon. Milwaukee fell behind 5-0, but ended up tying the game on a three-run homer from Eric Thames in the eighth. With two outs in the ninth and facing a 1-2 count, Bellinger hit his home run to right field to give the Dodgers the lead. Kenley Jansen struck out the side in the bottom of the ninth to seal the win. The Brewers have lost four of five and open a six-game road trip in St. Louis tonight against the Cardinals. First pitch is 6:45 PM. No broadcast on KFIZ because of Bucks Basketball.

Chicago Cubs 2, Arizona 1

St. Louis 6, NY Mets 4

San Francisco 3, Pittsburgh 2

San Diego 4, Cincinnati 3

American League:

Detroit 4, Chicago White Sox 3

Minnesota 4, Baltimore 3

NY Yankees 7, Kansas City 6 (10 Innings)


Atlanta 11, Cleveland 5


Eastern Conference Playoffs – 1st Round:

Boston 110, Indiana 106

–Celtics sweep the series 4-0

Toronto 107, Orlando 85

–Raptors lead the series 3-1

The Bucks will go for a clean sweep of the Pistons tonight in Detroit.  They play Game Four of their first-round playoff series with Milwaukee holding a commanding three-games-to-none lead. Coverage on the Bucks Radio Network starts at 6:30 this evening, with tipoff just after 7 on KFIZ.

Western Conference Playoffs – 1st Round:

Golden State 113, LA Clippers 105

–Warriors lead the series 3-1

Portland 111, Oklahoma City 98

–Trail Blazers lead the series 3-1


Stanley Cup Playoffs – Round 1:

Boston 4, Toronto 2

–Series tied 3-3, Game Seven is Tuesday in Boston

San Jose 2, Las Vegas 1 (OT)

–Series tied 3-3, Game Seven is Tuesday in San Jose


Dustin Johnson’s back-nine meltdown opened the door for Taiwan’s C.T. Pan to win the RBC Heritage by one stroke over Matt Kuchar for his first PGA Tour victory. The top-ranked Johnson opened the final round with a one-shot lead but couldn’t hold on as he carded three straight bogeys on Nos. 11-13 before a pair of double bogeys on Nos. 14 and 15. Johnson shot a 77 to finish tied for 28th.