KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 8/6/18

East Shore League Baseball:

Johnsburg 5, Cleveland 4

Mount Calvary 10, Marytown 2

Forest 7, St. Peter 2

Howards Grove 9, St. Cloud 6

Northwoods League Baseball:

South Division:

Wisconsin Rapids 6, Fond du Lac 3

–Andrew Bullock had two hits in the loss for the Dock Spiders – in a game that saw a combined 10 errors between the two teams (five apiece). Fondy travels to Lakeshore tonight, first pitch is 6:35 pm. Listen on KFIZ and KFIZ.com.

Green Bay 11, Lakeshore 3

Kenosha 14, Madison 5

Kalamazoo 8, Wisconsin 5 (11 Innings)

Battle Creek 6, Rockford 5

North Division:

La Crosse 10, Willmar 8

Duluth 6, Eau Claire 2

Major League Baseball:

National League:

Colorado 5, Milwaukee 4 (11 Innings)

–Nolan Arenado’s solo home run in the top of the 11th was the difference as the Rockies salvaged one game in the weekend series with the Brewers at Miller Park Sunday. The Brewers tied the game at four on a three-run rally sparked by a solo homer from Mike Moustakas. Travis Shaw, Ryan Braun and Christian Yelich each had two hits in the loss for Milwaukee. The Brewers are off today and open a four-game series with San Diego at Miller Park starting tomorrow.

San Diego 10, Chicago Cubs 6

St. Louis 2, Pittsburgh 1

Washington 2, Cincinnati 1

American League:

Chicago White Sox 8, Tampa Bay 7

Minnesota 6, Kansas City 5

Oakland 6, Detroit 0

Cleveland 4, LA Angels 3

MLB News:

The Brewers have claimed pitcher Jordan Lyles off of waivers from San Diego. The team made the announcement prior to Sunday’s game. The 27-year-old Lyles is 2-4 with a 4.29 earned run average in 71 & ⅓ innings for San Diego this year, with 24 appearances and eight starts.

Minor League Baseball:

Clinton 4, Wisconsin 0 (Game 1)

Wisconsin 5, Clinton 2 (Game 2)


NFL Network is reporting that Packers left tackle David Bakhtiari suffered only a sprained ankle in Saturday night’s Family Night Scrimmage at Lambeau Field. Bakhtiari left the field limping and was eventually carted off the field and examined by the team’s medical staff, but trainers believe he avoided any serious injury. The ankle sprain is expected to cause him to miss practice, but he should be available for the season opener against Chicago. The Packers are back on the practice field at 12:15 pm today – the first preseason game is Thursday against Tennessee at Lambeau Field.