KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 6/19/19
American Legion Baseball:
Fond du Lac 11, Appleton DoubleDays 3
–Julian Murillo hit a double and a triple and drove in three runs in the win for Post 75
Horicon 7, St. Mary’s Springs 3
Waupun 10, Lomira/Theresa 0
Great Lakes Division:
Green Bay 1, Fond du Lac 0
–The Dock Spiders won the hit column 7-3 over the Booyah, but couldn’t push any runs across in the loss Tuesday night. Green Bay scored the lone run of the game in the third inning and held Fond du Lac scoreless the rest of the way to pick up the win. Andrew Bullock hit two doubles in the loss fo lead Fondy. The two teams meet again tonight in Green Bay, first pitch is 7:05 pm – listen on KFIZ and KFIZ.com.
Wisconsin Rapids 3, Lakeshore 2
Madison 7, Wisconsin 2
Kenosha 12, Kalamazoo 7
Rockford 10, Battle Creek 2
Kokomo 6, Traverse City 1
Great Plains Division:
Waterloo 5, La Crosse 4
Eau Claire 5, Thunder Bay 0
Major League Baseball:
San Diego 4, Milwaukee 1
–For the second straight night, the Brewers were held to just four hits on offense as they dropped game two of the series with the Padres Tuesday night. Brandon Woodruff took the loss – giving up four runs on seven hits in six innings of work. Woodruff was also the leader on offense – picking up two hits, including a double in the loss. The Brewers try to avoid the sweep this afternoon – Zach Davies gets the start for Milwaukee, Matt Strahm goes for San Diego. Coverage starts at 2:05 pm on KFIZ.
Miami 6, St. Louis 0
Minnesota 4, Boston 3 (17 Innings)
–Max Kepler had three hits, including a home run to tie the game in the 13th and the walk-off RBI single in the 17th to lift the Twins past the Red Sox in 17 innings Tuesday night.
Kansas City 9, Seattle 0
Cleveland 10, Texas 3
Chicago White Sox 3, Chicago Cubs 1
Detroit 5, Pittsburgh 4
Cincinnati 4, Houston 3
Minor League Baseball:
Midwest League All-Star Game:
West 3, East 3
–East wins in a Sudden Death Home Run Derby tiebreaker to win. Bowling Green’s Chris Betts hit two home runs to beat out Blaze Alexander of Kane County and give East the win.
The Green Bay Packers announced their 2019 Training Camp Schedule on Tuesday. Camp kicks off Thursday, July 25th at Ray NItschke Field with a 10:15 AM practice time. The team will hold 15 practices that are open to the public, with two of those practices being held as joint practices with the Houston Texans on August 5th and 6th. All open practices begin at 10:15 AM, with the exception of the practices against the Texans – which are yet to be determined. Packers Family Night is August 2nd at 7:30 at Lambeau Field, with preseason games August 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th.
The Wisconsin Women’s Basketball team will travel to Georgia Tech as part of the 2019 Women’s ACC/Big Ten Challenge this winter. The Badgers and Yellowjackets will square off on Thursday, December 5th as part of the challenge. The ACC won last year’s series 8-to-6, with five games decided by single digits. Wisconsin is 6-6 all time in the challenge, losing at home to Duke last season.