KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 7/15/18

American Legion Baseball:

Plover Tournament:

Plover 19, Fond du Lac 9

–Post 75 sits at 22-7 on the year.


Ripon 6, Green Lake 0 (Game 1)

Ripon 14, Green Lake 0 (Game 2 – 5 Innings)

Northwoods League Baseball:

South Division:

Battle Creek 5, Fond du Lac 3

–Jacob Adams hit his first home run of the season in the loss for the Dock Spiders Saturday night in Battle Creek. The two teams play again this afternoon, first pitch is 12:05 pm. Listen online at KFIZ.com.

Lakeshore 12, Green Bay 1

Wisconsin 21, Madison 12

–The Woodchucks and Mallards combine for 33 runs and 39 hits in the game.

Kenosha 3, Wisconsin Rapids 2

Kalamazoo 11, Rockford 5 (Game 1)

Kalamazoo 4, Rockford 3 (Game 2)

North Division:

La Crosse 9, Thunder Bay 4

Eau Claire 12, Waterloo 5

Major League Baseball:

National League:

Pittsburgh 2, Milwaukee 1 (Game 1)

Pittsburgh 6, Milwaukee 2 (Game 2)

–The Brewers have now lost five in a row after being swept by the Pirates in a doubleheader Saturday in Pittsburgh. Milwaukee had nine hits in each of Saturday’s games, but managed just three runs between the two contests. Meanwhile, the Pirates offense lived by the longball in Saturday’s twinbill – hitting seven home runs combined between the two games, including five in the second game of the day. The Brewers and Pirates close out the series and the first half of the regular season this afternoon, coverage starts at Noon on KFIZ.

Chicago Cubs 11, San Diego 6

Cincinnati 8, St. Louis 2

American League:

Kansas City 5, Chicago White Sox 0

Tampa Bay 19, Minnesota 6

Houston 9, Detroit 1

NY Yankees 5, Cleveland 4

Minor League Baseball:

Wisconsin 5, South Bend 2

NBA Summer League:

Philadelphia 91, Milwaukee 89

–Christian Wood scored 27 points to lead the Bucks in the loss.

NBA News:

Jabari Parker is no longer a member of the Milwaukee Bucks. The number two overall draft pick in the 2014 draft reached an agreement with the Bucks to rescind the team’s qualifying offer to him – a move which made him an unrestricted free agent. Moments after the team made that announcement, it was revealed that Parker had agreed to a two-year contract with the Chicago Bulls, worth $40 million. Parker is a Chicago native and played high school basketball there before starring at Duke. Parker had his best season in Milwaukee in 2016-17, where he averaged 20 points, six rebounds and and two assists per game in 51 games. That season was cut short after Parker tore the ACL in his left knee for the second time.