Sports : Monday, 4/17/17


National League:

Milwaukee 4, Cincinnati 2

–Ryan Braun, Travis Shaw and Eric Thames all hit home runs as the Brewers won in Cincinnati to take three out of four games against the Reds. Wily Peralta had another solid outing for Milwaukee, going six innings and allowing two runs on three hits. Neftali Feliz earned his fourth save of the season by throwing a scoreless ninth. The Brewers are 7-6 and have won five of their last six games. They’ll open a three game set at the Chicago Cubs tonight, pregame coverage starts at 6:30 on KFIZ.

Pittsburgh 6, Chicago Cubs 1

American League:

Chicago White Sox 3, Minnesota 1 (10 Innings)

Detroit 4, Cleveland 1

Kansas City 1, LA Angels 0


NY Yankees 9, St. Louis 3

NBA Playoffs:

Bucks are getting ready for game two of their best of seven playoff series with Toronto. Milwaukee earned a 97-83 win over the Raptors in Game One on Saturday behind 28 points from Giannis Antetokounmpo. Game two is scheduled for 6pm Tomorrow in Toronto, with the series shifting to Milwaukee for game three on Thursday.

From the playoffs on Sunday: The NBA’s No. 1 seeds opened their playoff schedules with a win by the Golden State Warriors and a loss by the Boston Celtics. The Warriors pulled out a 121-109 win over Portland as Kevin Durant provided 32 points and 10 rebounds. Jimmy Butler scored 23 of his team-high 30 points in the second half and finished with nine rebounds as the Bulls downed the Celtics, 106-102 in Boston.

The Washington Wizards and Houston Rockets have opened their NBA playoff schedule with wins. John Wall scored 15 of his playoff career-high 32 points in the third quarter and finished with 14 assists as the Wizards posted a 114-107 decision over Atlanta. James Harden poured in 37 points, handed out nine assists and grabbed seven rebounds in the Rockets’ 118-87 dismantling of Oklahoma City.

Golf: Wesley Bryan has become a first-time winner on the PGA Tour by capturing a tournament on his home turf. The South Carolina native closed with a 4-under 67 to win the RBC Heritage by one stroke over Luke Donald at Hilton Head. Bryan was four shots back heading into the final round before moving into contention with four consecutive birdies on the front nine.