KFIZ Sports Scoreboard : 9/19/2020
KFIZ Sports Scoreboard:
High School Sports:
St. Lawrence Seminary 3, Oshkosh Lourdes/Valley Christian 1
–Ben Gamino scored twice in the win for the Hilltoppers.
Waupun 6, Ripon 1
Milwaukee 9, Kansas City 5
–Jacob Nottingham’s Grand Slam in the fourth inning helped the Brewers take down the Royals at Miller Park Friday night. The homer capped off a six-run inning for the Brewers, who got a solo home run from Christian Yelich to start the scoring in the frame. Orlando Arcia’s three-run homer in the fifth capped the scoring for Milwaukee. Salvador Perez had four hits and drove in four runs for the Royals in the loss. Game two of the series is tonight – first pitch is 6:10 PM.
Chicago Cubs 1, Minnesota 0
Cincinnati 7, Chicago White Sox 1
St. Louis 6, Pittsburgh 5 (Game 1)
St. Louis 7, Pittsburgh 2 (Game 2)
Cleveland 1, Detroit 0
>>Brewers Coach Murphy Rejoins Team After Heart Attack
(Milwaukee, WI) — Milwaukee Brewers bench coach Pat Murphy rejoined the team Friday night after suffering a heart attack this summer. Murphy told reporters he was feeling ”pretty good”before the game at Miller Park. He said his goal during recovery was to return before the end of the season. Murphy said the part you take for granted sometimes until you don’t have it anymore is the connection being together. Murphy will remain with the Brewers for their seven-game road trip that starts Monday and concludes their regular season. The team was practicing on the infield August 4th when Murphy said he wasn’t feeling well. The team doctor diagnosed his condition and he was taken to the hospital where he received a stent.
>>Packers DT Clark Ruled Out For Home Opener Against Detroit
(Green Bay, WI) — The Green Bay Packers will not have defensive tackle Kenny Clark for Sunday’s home opener against the Detroit Lions. Clark suffered a groin injury in last week’s win at Minnesota and has been ruled out tomorrow at Lambeau Field. Future Hall of Fame running back Adrian Peterson racked up 93 yards on 14 carries in his Lions debut against the Bears. The Packers defense will try to contain Peterson without the help of Pro Bowler Clark. Green Bay was able to win a pair of close games over the Lions last season.
>>Lambeau To Be Empty, But Fans Expected In Green Bay
(Green Bay, WI) — Lambeau Field will be empty Sunday while the Packers play their home opener. That doesn’t mean there won’t be Packer fans in Green Bay. Police and public health officials say they won’t patrol tailgaters or groups in the neighborhood near the stadium. They also won’t be checking for people wearing face masks. The team has banned fans from the field and the parking lots for the first two home games. That ban doesn’t extend to nearby houses or any of the city’s bars and restaurants that have enough space for outdoor service.
>>National Bobblehead Museum Releases Bart Starr Edition
(Milwaukee, WI) — The National Bobblehead Hall of Fame and Museum unveiled new special edition Bart Starr bobbleheads. One features Green Bay quarterback legends Starr, Brett Favre and Aaron Rodgers. A second bobblehead shows Starr scoring the game-winning touchdown for the Packers in the 1967 Ice Bowl. The third bobblehead shows Starr in HIS Super Bowl MVP 1967 Corvette Stingray convertible. The fourth shows Starr with his five NFL Championship rings and a list of his myriad accomplishments. The special edition bobbleheads are individually numbered and available only through the Milwaukee-based National Bobblehead Museum. Founder Phil Sklar said, “we wanted to honor Starr with a series of bobbleheads that pays tribute to his remarkable football career and tremendous life. These will become keepsakes that are passed on to future generations of Packers fans!”