KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 6/20/19

American Legion Baseball:

Fond du Lac 8, Hartland 6

Ripon 1, Waupun 0

Rosendale/Brandon 10, Fox Lake/Randolph 4

Northwoods League Baseball:

Great Lakes Division:

Fond du Lac 2, Green Bay 0

–The duo from Western Carolina, Andrew Bullock and Luke Robinson, each had two hits and five Dock Spiders pitchers combined to throw a five-hit shutout as the Spiders defeated the Booyah in Green Bay Wednesday night. Fondy returns home to take on Madison tonight – first pitch is 6:35 pm. Listen on KFIZ.com.

Wisconsin Rapids 4, Lakeshore 1

Wisconsin 9, Madison 5

Kalamazoo 3, Kenosha 2

Traverse City 10, Kokomo 5

Battle Creek at Rockford (Postponed)

Great Plains Division:

Waterloo 5, La Crosse 4

Eau Claire 4, Thunder Bay 2

Major League Baseball:

National League:

San Diego 8, Milwaukee 7

–Franmil Reyes blasted a three-run home run in the 7th inning that helped the Padres win game three and sweep the Brewers out of San Diego Wednesday. A three-run homer from Yasmani Grandal in the top half of the seventh put the Brewers in front 7-5, but that was short lived after the first two runners for San Diego reached base in the home half of the inning and Reyes followed with his blast to center field. Christian Yelich went 3-for-5 in the loss – he hit his 27th home run of the year – a solo shot to right field in the fifth inning. Ryan Braun homered and hit a two-run double as well for Milwaukee. The Brewers return home for a 10-game homestand to close out the month of June – tonight, its the first of four against Cincinnati. Coverage starts at 6:35 pm, first pitch at 7:10 on KFIZ>

St. Louis 2, Miami 1 (11 Innings)

American League:

Boston 9, Minnesota 4

Seattle 8, Kansas City 2

Cleveland 10, Texas 4


Chicago Cubs 7, Chicago White Sox 3

Pittsburgh 8, Detroit 7

Cincinnati 3, Houston 2


Milwaukee Bucks All-Star forward Khris Middleton is declining his $13 million player option and will become an unrestricted free agent, his agent told ESPN on Wednesday. Middleton and the Bucks are planning to work together toward a new long-term deal, according to league sources and is expected to command a max contract with Milwaukee or elsewhere. ESPN reports Middleton is eligible to sign a five-year, $190 million deal to stay with the Bucks, or a four-year, $141 million deal with another team.

The NBA Draft is tonight at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. The Milwaukee Bucks have just one selection heading into tonight – the last pick of the first round, number 30 overall. Media reports said late Wednesday the Bucks are trading Tony Snell and the 30th pick to Detroit for Jon Leuer.

The New Orleans Pelicans own the top pick in the draft lottery, and are expected to take Duke star freshman Zion Williamson. The Pelicans own two picks in the top five selections, after the trade that sent Anthony Davis to the Lakers earlier this week. The draft starts at 6 pm central time.