KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 8/5/19

Amateur Baseball: 

East Shore League: 

Mount Calvary 5, Johnsburg 2

Howards Grove 7, Forest 3

Marytown 2, Chilton 0

Cleveland 17, St. Cloud 7

Rock River League: 

Oakfield 15, Thiensville-Mequon 5

Oakfield 9, Plymouth 0

Brownsville 8, Rubicon 6

Northwoods League Baseball: 

Fond du Lac 6, Kalamazoo 3

–The Dock Spiders scored twice in the sixth inning to break a 3-3 tie and complete the weekend sweep of the Growlers at Herr-Baker Field. Sam Novitske and Tate Kolwyck each had two hits in the win – while Aaron Anderson had two RBI. Fondy has won four in a row and welcomes Kokomo to town tonight. First pitch is 6:35 PM, listen on KFIZ.com. 

Traverse City 2, Green Bay 0

Wisconsin 8, Lakeshore 3 (7 Innings)

Madison 12, Rockford 3

Wisconsin Rapids 9, Kokomo 3

Kenosha 6, Battle Creek 3

Bismarck 11, La Crosse 4

Willmar 4, Eau Claire 1

Major League Baseball: 

National League: 

Chicago Cubs 7, Milwaukee 2

–Anthony Rizzo had four hits, Jason Heyward had three RBI as the Cubs completed the weekend sweep of the Brewers at Wrigley Field on Sunday. Christian Yelich hit home run #37 on the season in the first inning, and Brewers rookie Trent Grisham had three hits – including his first Major League home run, but it wasn’t enough to save the final game in the series. Milwaukee heads into the final three games of the road trip with a 1-5 record, and now sit four games back of the first place Cubs. Game one in Pittsburgh to wrap up the road trip is tonight – coverage starts at 5:30, first pitch at 6:05 on KFIZ. 

Cincinnati 6, Atlanta 4 (10 Innings)

NY Mets 13, Pittsburgh 2

American League:

Minnesota 3, Kansas City 0

Texas 9, Detroit 4

Cleveland 6, LA Angels 2


Oakland 4, St. Louis 2

Chicago White Sox 10, Philadelphia 5

Minor League Baseball: 

Wisconsin 9, Peoria 4

Beloit 5, Clinton 4


Jordy Nelson will officially retire as a member of the Green Bay Packers. Nelson informed the team Sunday of his decision to retire with Green Bay. Nelson was a second round draft pick by the Packers in 2008, and finishes his career ranked third in franchise history in receptions (550), number five in receiving yards (7,848), number two in touchdown receptions (69) and number three in 100-yard receiving games (25). Nelson is set to talk with the media Tuesday morning at 9:30 AM.