Sports – Tuesday, June 4th, 2013

Brewers Hammered

The Oakland A’s used a six run 5th inning to blow by the Brewers 10-2 on Monday at Miller Park.  Starter Marco Estrada left in that inning with a hamstring strain and was hung with the loss.   Rickie Week’s provided the only offense of the night with a two run homer in the bottom of the 5th.  Weeks also had a triple in the 7th that was initially called a home run but replay reversed the call.  The series continues tonight at Kyle Lohse takes on AJ Griffin.  Coverage begins at 6:35pm on KFIZ.


Brewers Moves

Before Monday’s game the Brewers cut INF Alex Gonzalez and sent pitcher Mike Fiers to the minors.  They called up 2B Scotter Gennett from Triple-A Nashville and traded a minor league pitcher to the Braves for 3B Juan Francisco.  Manager Ron Roenicke says Gennett will platoon with Rickie Weeks at 2B.


NL Central

StL 7 Ari 1

Cin 3 Col 0

Atl 7 Pit 2


Heat Will Defend Title

The Miami Heat blew out the Indiana Pacers 99-76 in Game 7 of the NBA’s Eastern Conference Finals.  LeBron James scored 32 points and grabbed 8 rebounds in the win.  The Heat will host San Antonio in Game 1 of the NBA Finals on Thursday night.


Drew Introduced

The Bucks officially introduced Larry Drew as their 13th coach in franchise history on Monday.  


Kidd Retires

After 19 NBA seasons point guard Jason Kidd has called it a career.  He’s 2nd on the NBA’s all-time list for steals and assists.  He was picked 2nd in the 1994 NBA Draft behind Glenn Robinson.


NHL Playoffs

Boston 6 Pittsburgh 1 – Bruins up 2-0


Packers Mini-Camp

The Packers begins their mandatory mini-camp today at their practice facility.  The workout starts at 11:30am and is open to the public weather permitting.


Shields Signs

Packer defensive back Sam Shields signed his free agent tender contract on Monday. 


NFL Legend Passes

NFL Hall of Famer DE Deacon Jones passed away at the age of 74.


WIAA Boys State Golf

St. Mary’s Springs is tied for 4th place after one round of the WIAA State Boys Golf Tournament in Madison on Monday.  The Ledgers are 19 shots behind team leader Osseo-Fairchild.  Nate Strigenz is tied for 8th place after a first round 78.  Patrick Treichel had an 85.  David Joslyn and Brady Sarauer each shot 86s and Sean Ahern had a 91.  In Division Two, WLA freshman Chris Colla shot a first round 79 and sits tied for 15th.  Ripon’s Mike Lueptow is tied for 26th after a first round 81.


WIAA Baseball Sectionals

Division Two – Sectional Semifinal

Waupaca @ Waupun – 10am

Division Three – Sectional Semfinal

Laconia vs. Gibralter @  Ripon – 10am


WIAA Girls Soccer Sectionals – Thursday

Division One

Fond du Lac @ Neenah – 7pm

Division Two

Campbellsport @ Appleton Xavier – 7pm