KFIZ Sports Scoreboard – 8/13/2020
KFIZ Sports Scoreboard:
Northwoods League Baseball:
Fond du Lac 12, La Crosse 5
–Tim Elko and Caleb Durbin each drove in four runs as the Dock Spiders crushed the Loggers to clinch the East Division title in the Wisconsin-Illinois pod. Fond du Lac travels to Wausau to play the Wisconsin Woodchucks tonight.
Wisconsin Rapids 5, Green Bay 3
Wisconsin 7, Rockford 2
Major League Baseball:
Minnesota 12, Milwaukee 2
–A five-run second inning got the ball rolling and helped the Twins roll past the Brewers in the series finale at Miller Park on Wednesday night. Luis Urias drove in the Brewers’ only two runs of the game on a single in the 6th inning. Milwaukee opens a four game series with the Chicago Cubs tonight, first pitch is 6:15 pm.
Chicago Cubs 7, Cleveland 2
Chicago White Sox 7, Detroit 5
Kansas City 5, Cincinnati 4
Pittsburgh at St. Louis (Postponed, COVID)
>>Wisconsin Athletics Not Ready To Cut A Sports Program
(Madison, WI) — Even though the cancellation of fall sports will cost the University of Wisconsin 100 million dollars in revenue, no sports programs are on the chopping block yet. Athletic Director Barry Alvarez says that hasn’t been discussed. Football, volleyball, men’s and women’s soccer and men’s and women’s cross country have been shut down. The department has a reserve fund, but it’s not big enough to cover the loss of a full year of revenue. That means some layoffs of U-W employees are coming. At least 21 NCAA Division One programs are planning to eliminate some sports.
>>Packers Sign Another Free Agent WR Malik Turner
(Green Bay, WI) — The Green Bay Packers are signing another free agent wide receiver. The NFL Network is reporting former Seattle Seahawks pass-catcher Malik Turner’s signing means the Packers could have as many as 11 wide receivers on the roster when the first training camp practice is held. It is possible a wide receiver will be cut to make room for Turner. He caught 15 passes last season for 245 yards and one touchdown, making three starts in the 15 games when he appeared.
>>Antetokounmpo’s Headbutt Earns Him 1-Game Suspension
(Lake Buena Vista, FL) — The NBA has suspended Milwaukee Bucks forward Giannis Antetokounmpo one game for headbutting an opponent Tuesday. Antetokounmpo didn’t like a charging call Washington Wizards center Moritz Wagner earned and he butted Wagner during a stoppage in play. That means he will be sidelined this afternoon (Thursday) when the Bucks wrap up their seeding games with a contest against Memphis. The Grizzlies have a one-and-six record since NBA play resumed and they need a win and some help from other teams to keep playing in the postseason.