KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 7/15/19

American Legion Baseball: 

Ripon 17, Rosendale/Brandon 4

Amateur Baseball: 

East Shore League: 

St. Peter 18, Chilton 4

Johnsburg 5, St. Cloud 1

Mount Calvary 6, Marytown 4

Howards Grove 15, Cleveland 8

Rock River League: 

Oakfield 6, Cedarburg 3

Kewaskum 22, Brownsville 3

Northwoods League Baseball: 

Great Lakes Division: 

Green Bay 2, Fond du Lac 0

–The Booyah pushed a single run across in both the eighth and ninth innings to win a pitcher’s duel against the Dock Spiders Sunday afternoon at Herr-Baker Field. Fond du Lac managed just three hits on the afternoon – with Sam Novitske accounting for two of the three. Fondy has lost their last four games heading into the All-Star Break – they’ll return to action Thursday night in Green Bay. 

Wisconsin Rapids 9, Madison 5

Kenosha 10, Lakeshore 5

Wisconsin 12, Kalamazoo 9

Rockford 4, Kokomo 3 (10 Innings)

Traverse City 10, Battle Creek 0

Great Plains Division: 

Duluth 6, La Crosse 3

Thunder Bay 5, Eau Claire 4

Major League Baseball: 

National League: 

San Francisco 8, Milwaukee 3

–The Giants used a six-run seventh inning to win Sunday’s game, and clinch a series win over the Brewers for the second time this season. Christian Yelich had tied the game at two after his 32nd home run of the year in the sixth inning, but a disastrous seventh inning saw Corbin Burnes allow four runs on four hits, not even recording an out before being pulled from the game. With the loss, the Brewers have lost three straight series and sport a 10-and-18 record since June 10th. The Brewers welcome the Atlanta Braves to town for a three game series starting tonight – first pitch is 7:10, listen on KFIZ starting at 6:35 pm. 

Chicago Cubs 8, Pittsburgh 3

St. Louis 5, Arizona 2

Colorado 10, Cincinnati 9

American League: 

Oakland 3, Chicago White Sox 2

Cleveland 4, Minnesota 3

Detroit 12, Kansas City 8

Minor League Baseball: 

Bowling Green 6, Wisconsin 4

–Conclusion of Saturday’s suspended game

Bowling Green 8, Wisconsin 2

Dayton 8, Beloit 6