KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 8/11/19

American Legion Baseball: 

Central Plains Division 2 Regional (At Waupun): 

Waupun 4, New London 1

Waupun 8, Dilworth (MN) 4

Waupun holds a 3-1 record through the first three days of the round robin tournament. Waupun plays Neenah St. Mary Catholic today at 2:30 pm. 

Amateur Baseball: 

Rock River League: 

Oakfield 8, Kewaskum 7

Northwoods League Baseball: 

Fond du Lac 13, Madison 5

–Tate Kolwyck and Ryan Sepede each hit home runs and finished with four RBI as the Dock Spiders won their eighth straight game by downing the Mallards at Warner Park Saturday night. Kolwyck hit a two-run shot in the seventh, and Sepede answered with a three-run blast in the eighth as Fondy won to remain a half game back of Wisconsin Rapids for the final playoff spot going into Sunday’s regular season finale. The Spiders and Mallards do battle one more time at Herr-Baker Field today – first pitch is 1:05 pm, listen on KFIZ.com. 

Wisconsin Rapids 14, Lakeshore 2

Wisconsin 6, Green Bay 3

Battle Creek 4, Kenosha 3

La Crosse 6, Bismarck 5

Eau Claire 11, Waterloo 6

Kokomo 3, Rockford 2

Traverse City 8, Kalamazoo 1

Major League Baseball: 


Milwaukee 3, Texas 2

–Keston Hiura homered and Trent Grisham had three hits as the Brewers held off the Rangers and won game two of the series at Miller Park on Saturday night. Adrian Houser picked up the win for Milwaukee – allowing a run on three hits in six innings, while striking out 10 batters. The final game of the series is this afternoon – Jordan Lyles gets the start for the Brewers against Mike Minor for Texas. Coverage starts at 12:35, first pitch at 1:10 pm on KFIZ. 

National League: 

Cincinnati 10, Chicago Cubs 1

St. Louis 3, Pittsburgh 1

American League: 

Chicago White Sox 3, Oakland 2

Minnesota 4, Cleveland 1

Kansas City 7, Detroit 0

Houston 23, Baltimore 2

–The Astros hit six home runs, pounding out 25 hits as they clobbered the Orioles. Baltimore as a team had six hits in the loss. 

Minor League Baseball: 

Quad Cities 8, Wisconsin 0

Cedar Rapids 5, Beloit 4