Sports : Monday, 5/22/17
East Shore League Baseball:
Mount Calvary 8, Forest 5
Johnsburg 7, Chilton 0
Cleveland 12, St. Peter 2
Howards Grove 8, Marytown 5
Oregon 9, Wisconsin 0
–The Ducks scored four runs in the first inning and five in the fourth to eliminate the Badgers from the NCAA Tournament.
Major League Baseball:
Chicago Cubs 13, Milwaukee 6
–Jonathan Villar went 3 for 4 with a double at the plate in the loss, as the Cubs belted out 15 hits and three home runs – two of which were hit by Kris Bryant – to take the series finale at Wrigley Field. Chase Anderson took the loss, going just four innings and allowing six runs on seven hits. The Brewers are off today and open a six game homestand Tuesday with the first of two games against Toronto.
Ryan Braun has been activated from the 10-day disabled list and started Sunday’s game in left field for the Brewers. Braun hit third in his first appearance since May 10th. He was sidelined by a strained left calf and was hitting .287 with seven home runs and 18 RBI. The Brewers optioned right-hander Tyler Cravy to Triple-A Colorado Springs to make room for Braun on the roster. Cravy had been recalled on Saturday before the game was postponed because of rain.
St. Louis 8, San Francisco 3
Pittsburgh 1, Philadelphia 0
Colorado 6, Cincinnati 4
Chicago White Sox 8, Seattle 1
Kansas City 6, Minnesota 4 (Game 1)
Minnesota 8, Kansas City 4 (Game 2)
Texas 5, Detroit 2
Cleveland 8, Houston 6
Minor League Baseball:
Wisconsin 12, Cedar Rapids 7
–The Rattlers begin an 11 game road trip today, with the first game of a series at Beloit.
Eastern Conference Finals (Game 3):
Boston 111, Cleveland 108
–Marcus Smart scored 27 points to lead Boston as the Celtics rebounded from a blowout loss in game two of the series to take game three in Cleveland. Kyrie Irving scored 29, Kevin Love 28 in the loss for the Cavs. Game four is Tuesday in Cleveland.
Eastern Conference Finals (Game 5):
Pittsburgh 7, Ottawa 0
–The Penguins lead the series 3-2. Game six is Tuesday in Ottawa.
Golf: They needed to play extra golf at the AT&T Byron Nelson before Billy Horschel came away with the title. Horschel sank a par putt on the first playoff hole after Jason Day pulled his 4-foot putt left and past the hole. Horschel fired a 1-under 69 on Sunday, including a 60-foot birdie putt on 14. Day finished with a 68 for a 12-under total
High School Baseball on the air this afternoon as St. Mary’s Springs hosts Omro. Coverage begins at 4:25, first pitch at 4:30 on KFIZ.