KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 7/1/2021
American Legion Baseball:
Fond du Lac 10, Appleton Post 38 9
Slinger 8, Fond du Lac 7
Beaver Dam 3, St. Mary’s Springs 1
Waupun 9, Fox Lake/Randolph 0
Northwoods League Baseball:
Fond du Lac 6, Wisconsin 2
–The Dock Spiders scored five runs in the top of the ninth inning to rally and beat the Woodchucks on the road Wednesday night. Caleb Durbin and Victor Scott each had a pair of hits in the win for Fondy. The two teams play again tonight in Wausau – first pitch is 6:35 PM.
Madison 11, Green Bay 9
Wisconsin Rapids 8, Lakeshore 3
Kenosha 7, Kokomo 3 (14 Innings)
Duluth 6, La Crosse 3
Milwaukee 15, Chicago Cubs 7
–Willy Adames clubbed a Grand Slam to cap an eight-run inning for the Brewers as they scored 15 unanswered runs to complete the three-game sweep of the Cubs at American Family Field on Wednesday afternoon.
The Cubs started out hot – scoring seven runs in the first inning, and spoiling the big league debut for Brewers’ starter Aaron Ashby, who left after ⅔ of an inning, having given up those seven runs, four of them earned, on four hits and walking three batters.
The Brewers would get a run back in the bottom of the first inning, then scored five runs in the second, a run that included the first of two home runs on the day by Luis Urias. That five-run inning chased Cubs’ starter Jake Arrieta – who gave up six runs (three earned) on four hits in just 1 & ⅔ innings.
The fourth inning was the big inning for the Brewers – starting with a a run-scoring single by Jace Peterson and ending with Adames’ slam to put Milwaukee up by seven runs after starting the inning down by one.
The win gives the Brewers and eight-game winning streak, a six-game lead in the National League Central division, and their first sweep of the Cubs in Milwaukee since 2013.
The Brewers travel to Pittsburgh for the holiday weekend – game one of the series is Thursday night.
St. Louis 7, Arizona 4
Colorado 6, Pittsburgh 2
San Diego 7, Cincinnati 5
Chicago White Sox 13, Minnesota 3
Detroit 9, Cleveland 4 (Game 1)
Detroit 7, Cleveland 1 (Game 2)
Boston 6, Kansas City 2
Minor League Baseball:
Beloit 8, Wisconsin 7 (10 Innings)
Stanley Cup Finals – Game 2:
Tampa Bay 3, Montreal 1
–Lightning lead the series 2-0