Sports : Monday, 7/31/17

East Shore League Baseball:


Johnsburg 8, Marytown 5

Howards Grove 16, St. Peter 5 (7 Innings)

Cleveland 20, St. Cloud 5 (7 Innings)


Mount Calvary 14, Howards Grove 11

Johnsburg 3, Forest 2

St. Cloud 12, Marytown 0 (8 Innings)

Cleveland 9, Chilton 3

Northwoods League (South):

Fond du Lac 13, Kalamazoo 4

–Caleb Summerhays hit two home runs – including a grand slam in the ninth – as the Dock Spiders pounded Kalamazoo on the road on Sunday. Summerhays finished with seven RBI on the day, as Fondy totaled 13 hits in the win. Fond du Lac remains on the road at Lakeshore tonight, first pitch is 6:35 pm.

Green Bay 3, Kenosha 1

Wisconsin Rapids 6, Lakeshore 2

Rockford 9, Wisconsin 6

Battle Creek 4, Madison 3

Northwoods League (North):

La Crosse 7, Rochester 5

Eau Claire 11, Willmar 4

Major League Baseball:

National League:

Chicago Cubs 4, Milwaukee 2

–Victor Caratini’s solo home run in the 7th inning broke a 2-2 tie and helped the Cubs earn a series win over the Brewers at Miller Park on Sunday afternoon. Domingo Santana tied the game in the bottom of the sixth with a two-run home run, but Caratini’s longball and another from Kris Bryant in the eighth, paired with three scoreless innings from the Cubs’ bullpen sealed the win. Zach Davies took the loss for the Brewers, allowing three runs on seven hits in seven innings while striking out six. Davies falls to 12-5. The Brewers are off today, and open a three-game series with St. Louis on Tuesday.

St. Louis 3, Arizona 2

Pittsburgh 7, San Diego 1

Cincinnati 6, Miami 4

American League:

Chicago White Sox 3, Cleveland 1

Oakland 6, Minnesota 5 (12 Innings)

Detroit 13, Houston 1

Kansas City 5, Boston 3

Minor League Baseball:

Midwest League:

Wisconsin 3, Peoria 1

Baseball News:

Former baseball commissioner and Brewers owner Bud Selig was among those inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, New York on Sunday afternoon. Joining Selig for induction into the hall were former players Jeff Bagwell, Ivan “Pudge” Rodriguez and Tim Raines, along with former Braves and Royals GM John Schuerholz.

NFL: The Packers had the day off of practice on Sunday but return to work today at 8:15 am at Ray Nitschke Field. The team practiced in pads for the first time on Saturday, which head coach Mike McCarthy says is more about preparing for preseason games than just for competition.  McCarthy says ball security for the offense has been a bit of an issue early on. The Packers will practice every day except Wednesday this week, and will host the annual Family Night at Lambeau Field on Saturday.