KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 7/2/19

American Legion Baseball: 

Rosendale/Brandon 10, Fox Lake/Randolph 5

Waupun 12, Lomira/Theresa 2

Mayville 3, Horicon 2 (11 Innings/Game 1)

Mayville 3, Horicon 2 (Game 2)

Northwoods League Baseball: 

Great Lakes Division: 

Fond du Lac 13, Wisconsin 11

–Andrew Bullock went 2 for 4 with a home run and three RBI as the Dock Spiders outlasted the Woodchucks in a slugfest at Herr-Baker Field Monday night. Fond du Lac used a five-run fifth inning to go in front, fell behind 11-10 after the Woodchucks tallied three runs in the top of the sixth, then answered with three runs of their own in the home half of the sixth to regain the lead – this time for good. The two teams meet again tonight in Wausau – first pitch is 6:05 pm. Listen on KFIZ.com. 

Lakeshore 7, Madison 6

Kalamazoo 7, Kenosha 4

Traverse City 12, Battle Creek 9 (10 Innings)

Rockford 5, Kokomo 4

Green Bay at Wisconsin Rapids (Postponed)

Great Plains Division: 

Eau Claire 9, Mankato 2

La Crosse at Rochester (Postponed)

Major League Baseball: 

National League: 

Milwaukee 8, Cincinnati 6

–The Brewers used a five-run seventh inning to rally and defeat the Reds in game one of the series Monday Night in Cincinnati. Milwaukee led 1-0 after a 442 foot home run from Keston Hiura in the fifth, then saw the Reds jump ahead with a three-run sixth inning. Lorenzo Cain led off the seventh with a solo home run, sparking the Brewers big inning. Cincinnati made it a one-run game in the eighth, but the reigning NL MVP had other ideas. Christian Yelich hit a two-run home run in the ninth, his 30th of the year, to give the Brewers a cushion and Jeremy Jeffress closed out the game in the ninth to earn his first save. Game two of the series is tonight, Chase Anderson gets the start for the Brewers, with Tanner Roark going for Cincinnati. Coverage starts at 5:35, first pitch at 6:10 on KFIZ. 

Pittsburgh 18, Chicago Cubs 5

–The Pirates tallied 23 hits in the win vs. the Cubs – with Josh Bell hitting three home runs to lead the Pirates’ attack. 

American League: 

Toronto 11, Kansas City 4

Minor League Baseball: 

Beloit 3, Wisconsin 2