KFIZ Sports Scoreboard & Wisconsin Sports Headlines – 7/25/2020
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Northwoods League Scoreboard:
Fond du Lac 4, Green Bay 1
Kenosha 7, K-Town 2
Wisconsin Rapids 4, Rockford 2
Wisconsin 9, La Crosse 8 (10 inn)
>>Hendricks, Cubs Shut Out Brewers in Season Opener
(Chicago, IL) — Chicago Cubs starting pitcher Kyle Hendricks held the Milwaukee Brewers to three hits in a 3-0 complete game shutout on Opening Day at Wrigley Field. Orlando Arcia had all three of Milwaukee’s hits in Friday night’s loss. Brewers starter Brandon Woodruff allowed two earned runs on four hits over five innings to take the loss. Ian Happ hit a two-run homer off Woodruff in the third inning and Chicago’s Anthony Rizzo added a solo shot in the eighth off Wisconsin native J-P Feyereisen. It was the first victory for new Cubs manager David Ross. All-Star closer Corey Knebel pitched a scoreless seventh inning his first appearance since missing all of last season recovering from Tommy John surgery. Corbin Burnes starts for the Crew in game two against Yu Darvish for the Cubs.
St. Louis 5, Pittsburgh 4
Minnesota 10, Chicago White Sox 5
–Max Kepler hit two home runs in the win for the Twins
Cincinnati 7, Detroit 1
–Former Brewer Mike Moustakas went 3-for-4 with a home run and four RBI in the win for the Reds
Cleveland 2, Kansas City 0
>>Bucks and Kings Play Scrimmage in NBA Bubble
(Lake Buena Vista, FL) — The Milwaukee Bucks and Sacramento Kings play a scrimmage today at the NBA bubble at Walt Disney World (Saturday 11:30 a-m). The Bucks beat the Spurs 113-92 on Thursday. Giannis Antetokounmpo had 22 points in 21 minutes and Khris Middleton scored 16 and dished out five assists. Milwaukee opens official NBA play Friday against the Boston Celtics.
>>Packers Players Not At Work Yet
(Green Bay, WI) — There has been a change in plans for the Green Bay Packers summer camp. Quarterbacks were originally scheduled to report Thursday, but a team spokesperson confirms there is no timetable for that to happen right now. The coronavirus pandemic has already caused many changes in preseason activities. Preseason games have been called off and teams have been given the green light to open camps, but the Packers haven’t said when that might happen.
>>NFLPA Accepts League’s New CBA
(Washington, DC) — NFL player representatives are approving the league’s new plan for the 2020 season. On Friday, the union adopted the proposed amendments to the new Collective Bargaining Agreement. The changes will focus on the health, safety and financial well-being of players amid the coronavirus pandemic. This includes daily testing for the first two weeks of training camp, which begins for all 32 teams on Tuesday. E-S-P-N reports the salary cap will remain just shy of 200-million dollars. No preseason games will be played this year.