KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 6/18/18

American Legion Baseball:

Sheboygan Tournament:

Fond du Lac 10, Green Bay 2

–Post 75 is tournament champions for the second year in a row.

East Shore League Baseball:

Saturday’s Games:

Forest 5, St. Peter 2

Howard Grove 4, St. Cloud 3 (11 Innings)

Mount Calvary 15, Marytown 2

Johnsburg 14, Cleveland 4 (8 Innings)

Sunday’s Games:

St. Peter 14, Chilton 5

Howards Grove 9, Mount Calvary 7

Johnsburg 11, St. Cloud 3

Cleveland 8, Forest 7

Northwoods League Baseball:

South Division:

Fond du Lac 10, Green Bay 0

–Four Dock Spiders players had multi-hit games as Fondy pounded Green Bay in a Sunday afternoon contest at Herr Baker Field. Jack Wassel – a University of Minnesota freshman – went 2 for 3 with two RBI in his Dock Spiders debut. Fondy has the day off today and will host the WIsconsin Woodchucks Tuesday night at 6:35 pm.

Kalamazoo 12, Lakeshore 8

Madison 9, Battle Creek 1

Rockford 10, Wisconsin 8 (10 Innings)

Wisconsin Rapids 9, Kenosha 1

North Division:

Bismarck 8, La Crosse 4

Eau Claire 6, Duluth 4

Major League Baseball:

National League:

Philadelphia 10, Milwaukee 9

–Eric Thames homered twice – his first home runs since his return to the lineup – but it wasn’t enough for the Brewers to keep pace with the Phillies who took the rubber match of the weekend series at Miller Park Sunday afternoon. The Phillies led 2-0 three pitches into the game – eventually extending that lead to 10-5 after the Brewers evened the score twice during the game. Milwaukee made a late rally in the ninth on home runs from Thames and Jesus Aguilar – but Christian Yelich flew out to center to end the game. The Brewers head to Pittsburgh to open a three-game series tonight, coverage starts at 5:30 pm on KFIZ.

St. Louis 5, Chicago Cubs 0

Cincinnati 8, Pittsburgh 6

American League:

Detroit 3, Chicago White Sox 1

Cleveland 4, Minnesota 1

Houston 7, Kansas City 4

Minor League Baseball:

Kane County 4, Wisconsin 3

–The Timber Rattlers hit the Midwest League All-Star break with a record of 31-38. They open the second half at Cedar Rapids on Thursday.