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Area Scoreboard from Thursday (5/6)

HIGH SCHOOL

Track and Field

  • (boys) MVC Valley Divisional at Dalzell Field, Senior with 2nd place 148, just 5 behind winner Kennedy. Hempstead 4th with 94.
  • (girls) First time since 1994… The Hempstead Mustangs are the MVC Valley Division Champions scoring 176 points. Keelee Leitzen was being named MVC Valley Athlete of the Meet. Senior 3rd with 127.
  • (boys) MVC Mississippi Divisional Meet at the Loras Rock Bowl: Western Dubuque 6th with 68, Wahlert 7th with 27. Cedar Falls with 206 won the title.
  • (girls) MVC Mississippi Divisional Meet at Cedar Falls: Wahlert with 82 was 4th and Western Dubuque with 69 5th. Prairie and Linn-Mar tied for the title with 130

Baseball

  • East Dubuque 5, Galena 4
  • Potosi/Cassville 8, Southwestern 7
  • Mineral Point 16, Platteville 4
  • Cuba City 4, Shullsburg/Benton 1
  • Dodgeville 11, Boscobel 0
  • Belmont 23, Monticello/Albany 2

Softball

  • Cuba City 8, Southwestern 3
  • Iowa Grant 10, Highland 9
  • River Valley 21, Platteville 2
  • Dodgeville 10, Lancaster 1

Soccer

  • (girls) Bellevue Marquette Catholic 7, Northeast 0
  • (boys) Prince of Peace 3, Bellevue Marquette Catholic 2

Tennis

  • (boys) Wahlert 7, Hempstead 2
  • (girls) Hempstead 6, Wahlert 3
  • (boys) Senior 8, Western Dubuque 1

Golf

  • (girls) Hempstead at MVC quad at Irv Warren in Waterloo finished 2nd shooting 179, 3 strokes back of CR Washington.
  • (girls) Senior was the winner at the MVC quad at Twin Pines in Cedar Rapids.

COLLEGE

Baseball

  • Loras split with Luther, losing 2-0 then winning 7-2.
  • At the Heart of American Tournament in Ozark, MO. No. 8 seed Baker 11, No. 2 seed Clarke 8. Clarke will play William Penn at 1:30 p.m. Friday in an elimination game

Softball

  • Loras lost twice at Luther 7-1 and 9-4.

Regional MLB Recaps from Thursday

Brewers-Phillies

— Zack Wheeler struck out eight while tossing a three-hitter as the Phillies blanked the Brewers, 2-0 to complete a four-game sweep. The game was scoreless until Alec Bohm  homered in the seventh, one inning before Rhys Hoskins doubled home a run for the NL East leaders.

Cardinals-Mets

— Taijuan Walker struck out eight while holding the Cardinals to one hit over seven innings of the Mets’ 4-1 victory in St. Louis. The Mets walked three times with the bases loaded and earned a split of the four-game series despite stranding 17 runners on Thursday.

Twins-Rangers

— The Rangers pulled out a 4-3 win over the Twins on Willie Calhoun’s RBI single in the 10th inning. Joey Gallo and Jonah Heim homered to help Texas earn its third straight win.

National Scoreboard from Thursday (5/6)

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Final Houston 7 N.Y. Yankees 4
Final Texas 4 Minnesota 3
Final Cleveland 4 Kansas City 0
Final Boston 12 Detroit 9
Final Toronto 10 Oakland 4
Final Tampa Bay 8 L.A. Angels 3
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Final Philadelphia 2 Milwaukee 0
Final N.Y. Mets 4 St. Louis 1
Final Atlanta 3 Washington 2
Final Miami 3 Arizona 1
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NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION
Final Chicago 120 Charlotte 99
Final Dallas 113 Brooklyn 109
Final Detroit 111 Memphis 97
Final Indiana 133 Atlanta 126
Final OT Washington 131 Toronto 129
Final Golden State 118 Oklahoma City 97
Final L.A. Clippers 118 L.A. Lakers 94
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NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
Final New Jersey 2 N-Y Islanders 1
Final Pittsburgh 8 Buffalo 4
Final Toronto 5 Montreal 2
Final Boston 4 N-Y Rangers 0
Final OT Chicago 2 Carolina 1
Final Vancouver 6 Edmonton 3

Governor Weighs in on State Track Spectators Limits

DES MOINES, Iowa (KCRG) – Gov. Kim Reynolds sent a letter to officials at Drake University regarding the state high school track and field championships, admonishing them to reconsider spectator capacity limits imposed to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus.

The letter said that Drake University’s plan to limit attendance at the outdoor track and field finals to 33% capacity “defies all logic and common sense of what we know—and have learned—about COVID-19. It was sent to Brian Hardin, Drake University’s Director of Athletics, along with the school’s president Marty Martin, the executive directors of the boy’s and girl’s high school athletics organizations in Iowa, and the Polk County Public Health Department.

According to the Iowa High School Athletic Association, there will be two tickets available for each qualifying participant in the session in which they compete.
According to television station KCCI, Hardin replied to Reynolds’ letter, pointing out that the capacity percentage at the meet will be larger than the vast majority of Major League Baseball teams.

Fredrick to Kentucky

Iowa transfer C.J. Fredrick has committed to Kentucky. Fredrick who is from Cincinnati was a high school star at Alexandria Covington Catholic in Kentucky. The 6’3 sophomore guard will have three years of eligibility remaining and will be eligible to play in Lexington next year.

Clark and Donarski Invited to USA World Cup Trials

IOWA CITY, Iowa — University of Iowa women’s basketball freshman Caitlin Clark and Iowa State freshman Lexi Donarski have been selected to participate in the 2021 USA Women’s U19 World Cup Team Trials.

Trials to select finalists for the 12-member team will be held May 14-16 at in Denver, Colorado.

Featuring U19 teams from 16 nations, the 2021 FIBA U19 World Cup is scheduled to be held Aug. 7-15 in Hungary.

Birds’ Means no-hits M’s….Regional MLB Recaps from Wednesday

Birds’ Means no-hits M’s

UNDATED (AP) — The Major League Baseball season is barely a month old, and there already have been three no-hitters thrown, four if you include Madison Bumgarner’s seven-inning gem.

Baltimore Orioles ace John Means has authored the third while facing the minimum 27 batters in a 6-0 shutout of the Mariners in Seattle. The Mariners’ only baserunner reached first by striking out on a wild pitch that got away from catcher Pedro Severino, but the runner was thrown out at second.

Means struck out 12 and threw 79 of his 113 pitches for strikes.

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Cubs-Dodgers

— Anthony Rizzo capped a two-run 11th inning with an RBI single that allowed the Cubs to complete a three-game sweep of the Dodgers, 6-5. Max Muncy  homered in the fourth inning, hit an RBI double in the 10th and scored in the 11th before Los Angeles lost for the 11th time in 14 games.

White Sox-Reds

— Jesse Winker’s walk-off single in the 10th inning gave the Reds a 1-0 victory over the White Sox. Starters Sonny Gray and Dallas Keuchel  each allowed just two hits over seven scoreless innings.

Brewers-Phillies

— Didi Gregorius  launched his eighth career grand slam as the Phillies beat the Brewers, 5-4 for their third straight win. Enyel De Los Santos left two runners stranded to end the eighth before José Alvarado notched the save.

Cardinals-Mets

— The Cardinals ran their winning streak to six games as Paul DeJong  smacked a two-run homer and Paul Goldschmidt added a solo shot off Marcus Stroman, powering St. Louis to a 4-1 win over the Mets in Game 1 of a doubleheader. New York was held to two hits after hitting coach Chili Davis was fired and replaced by Hugh Quattlebaum.

The Mets gained a split of the twinbill as Tomás Nido) socked a two-run homer and Jonathan Villar added a solo shot and an RBI single in a 7-2 verdict over the Redbirds.

Twins-Rangers

— Hyeon-Jong Yang made his first major league start after 14 years in the Korea Baseball Organization, getting the Rangers off to a strong start in an eventual 3-1 win against the Twins. Yang struck out seven of the first nine batters he faced and eight overall in 3 1/3 innings.

National Scoreboard from Wednesday (5/5)

INTERLEAGUE
Final Cincinnati 1 Chicago White Sox 0
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Final Baltimore 6 Seattle 0
Final N.Y. Yankees 6 Houston 3
Final Texas 3 Minnesota 1
Final Detroit 6 Boston 5
Final Cleveland 5 Kansas City 4
Final Toronto 9 Oakland 4
Final Tampa Bay 3 L.A. Angels 1
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Final Colorado 6 San Francisco 5
Final St. Louis 4 N.Y. Mets 1
Final Miami 8 Arizona 0
Final Atlanta 5 Washington 3
Final Philadelphia 5 Milwaukee 4
Final N.Y. Mets 7 St. Louis 2
Final San Diego 4 Pittsburgh 2
Final Chicago Cubs 6 L.A. Dodgers 5
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NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION
Final Boston 132 Orlando 96
Final Portland 141 Cleveland 105
Final Atlanta 135 Phoenix 103
Final Philadelphia 135 Houston 115
Final Sacramento 104 Indiana 93
Final Memphis 139 Minnesota 135
Final Milwaukee 135 Washington 134
Final Utah 126 San Antonio 94
Final Denver 113 New York 97
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NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
Final Columbus 4 Nashville 2
Final Tampa Bay 6 Dallas 2
Final Ottawa 5 Montreal 1
Final Washington 4 N-Y Rangers 2
Final SO Anaheim 3 St. Louis 2
Final OT Vegas 3 Minnesota 2
Final Winnipeg 4 Calgary 0
Final San Jose 3 Colorado 2
Final Los Angeles 4 Arizona 2

Area Scoreboard from Tuesday (5/4)

HIGH SCHOOL

Soccer

  • (boys) Hempstead lost 8-0 at CR Jefferson
  • (boys) Senior 2 , CR Kennedy 0
  • (boys) Wahlert lost 5-1 at CR Washington
  • (boys) Linn-Mar 6, Western Dubuque 0
  • (boys) Bellevue Marquette Catholic 8, Anamosa 0
  • (boys) West Branch 7, Cascade 0
  • (boys) Postville 5, Clayton Ridge 0
  • (boys) Vinton-Shellsburg 1, Dyersville Beckman 0
  • (boys) Marion 5, Maquoketa 0
  • (girls) Hempstead 6, CR Jefferson 0
  • (girls) CR Kennedy 6, Senior 4
  • (girls) Wahlert 6, Cedar Rapids Washington 2
  • (girls) Linn-Mar 10, Western Dubuque 0
  • (girls) Bellevue Marquette Catholic 5, Anamosa 1
  • (girls) Marion 10, Maquoketa 0

Baseball

  • East Dubuque 7, Galena 3
  • Southwestern 10, Darlington 4
  • Cuba City 16, Boscobel 3
  • Mineral Point 10, Iowa-Grant 0
  • Prairie du Chien 6, Lancaster 3
  • Pecatonica 7, Potosi/Cassville 6
  • Argyle 8, River Ridge 7

Softball

  • East Dubuque 9, Galena 7
  • Mineral Point 9, Southwestern 5
  • Iowa-Grant 10, Darlington 0
  • Boscobel 9, Riverdale 0
  • Dodgeville 14, Platteville 0
  • Prairie du Chien 13, Lancaster 1
  • Potosi/Cassville 8, Benton/Shullsburg 1

Tennis

  • (boys) Wahlert 8, Senior 1
  • (girls) Wahlert 5, Senior 4
  • (boys) Hempstead 9, Western Dubuque 0
  • (girls) Hempstead 7, Western Dubuque 2

COLLEGE

Baseball

  • UW Platteville lost twice at UW Stout 8-7 and 8-0.

Softball

  • Dubuque split with Rockford, winning 9-2 then losing 8-7.
  • UW Platteville lost twice to UW Whitewater 2-1 and 6-5.

Tennis

  • (men) Wartburg 5, Loras 4 (ARC quarterfinals)

Regional MLB Recaps from Tuesday

Cubs-Dodgers

– Clayton Kershaw lasted one inning in the shortest start of his stellar career in the opener, Trevor Bauer didn’t get through the fifth in the nightcap, and the Chicago Cubs beat the Los Angeles Dodgers 4-3 to sweep a split doubleheader. David Bote, who tagged Kershaw for a three-run double in a 7-1 win, delivered a game-ending single in the ninth inning of the nightcap. Javier Báez hit a tying, two-run homer with two outs in the eighth. Chicago took two from the World Series champions after losing seven of nine. The Dodgers lost for the eighth time in 10 games.

White Sox-Reds

— Dylan Cease pitched one-hit ball for six innings, struck out 11 and amazingly got three hits in his first pro plate appearances as the Chicago White Sox routed the Cincinnati Reds 9-0. It was a historic night at the plate for Cease, who doubled and singled twice before getting pulled for a pinch-hitter. Cease is the first American League pitcher since Jarrod Washburn in 2001 to have a three-hit game.

Brewers-Phillies

— Andrew McCutchen hit a pair of solo homers and Brad Miller slammed a three-run shot to back Aaron Nola, helping the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Milwaukee Brewers 6-5. Nola struck out 10 and allowed one run and five hits in six gritty innings as the Phillies held on to earn consecutive wins for the first time since they started the season 4-0.

Twins-Rangers

— Adolis García hit a two-run homer in the 10th inning to complete the Texas Rangers’ comeback in a 6-3 win against the Minnesota Twins. García had three hits, including his seventh home run, and three RBIs. Kyle Gibson, making his first start against his former team, gave up three runs and three hits with eight strikeouts.

Cardinals-Mets

— Tuesday’s scheduled game in St. Louis between the New York Mets and the Cardinals was postponed because of rain. The teams will make it up Wednesday as part of a single-admission doubleheader beginning at 4:15 p.m. local time.

IHSAA and IGHSAU Release Details on State Track

The Iowa High School Athletic Association and Girls Athletic Union have announced the schedules for the State Boys and Girls Track Meet at Drake Stadium in Des Moines May 20 thru 22nd.  Due to COVID-19 concerns, officials have made some changes affecting the number of fans and also the scheduling for championship Saturday events.

Current attendance limits from Drake University and Polk County Health Department allow for two tickets per qualifying participant in the session in which they compete. Any remaining tickets in each session will be made available to participating schools.

Saturday’s finals sessions will also be split and spectators will be ticketed through qualifying participants due to capacity restrictions.

All Details: https://www.iahsaa.org/track-field-2021-state-meet-updates/

National Scoreboard from Tuesday (5/4)

INTERLEAGUE
Final Chicago White Sox 9 Cincinnati 0
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Final N.Y. Yankees 7 Houston 3
Final Boston 11 Detroit 7
Final Texas 6 Minnesota 3
Final Cleveland 7 Kansas City 3
Final Oakland 4 Toronto 1
Final Tampa Bay 8 L.A. Angels 3
Final Seattle 5 Baltimore 2
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
N-Y Mets at St. Louis  (Postponed)
Final Chicago Cubs 7 L.A. Dodgers 1
Final San Francisco 12 Colorado 4
Final Miami 9 Arizona 3
Final Atlanta 6 Washington 1
Final Philadelphia 6 Milwaukee 5
Final Chicago Cubs 4 L.A. Dodgers 3
Final Colorado 8 San Francisco 6
Final Pittsburgh 2 San Diego 1
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NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION
Final OT Phoenix 134 Cleveland 118
Final Charlotte 102 Detroit 99
Final Milwaukee 124 Brooklyn 118
Final Dallas 127 Miami 113
Final New Orleans 108 Golden State 103
Final Sacramento 103 Oklahoma City 99
Final L.A. Clippers 105 Toronto 100
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NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
Final Carolina 6 Chicago 3
Final SO Buffalo 4 N-Y Islanders 3
Final Pittsburgh 7 Philadelphia 3
Final Edmonton 4 Vancouver 1
Final OT New Jersey 4 Boston 3

Area Scoreboard from Monday (5/3)

HIGH SCHOOL

Soccer

  • (boys) Wahlert 4, Decorah 1

Golf

  • (girls) The Mississippi Valley Conference Super Meet being played at the Meadows yesterday was shortened to a 9 hole event due to the weather. Western Dubuque shot a 175 and the lead by two strokes among the Mississippi Division teams while Wahlert finished 5th in the Mississippi Division at 184. Hempstead tied with Iowa City West for 1st place in the Valley Division with a 181, and Dubuque Senior sits in 3rd after a 197.  The 2nd round of the divisional meets will be held on Monday.

COLLEGE

Baseball

  • Loras split at Wartburg losing 3-2 then winning 7-2. (Duhawks 19-11)

Softball

  • Dubuque lost 2-1 to Benedictine

Loras Announces 2021 Athletic Hall of Fame Class

Loras College has announced six newest members of the school Athletic Hall of Fame to be inducted this fall.

The 2021 Hall of Fame Class include:

  • Lindsey Bava (women’s basketball), Class 2010
  • Thomas Boeh (track and cross country), Class 1981
  • Dick Cody (football), Class of 1981
  • Mark Eisbach (football), Class of 1984
  • Jim Figgens (wrestling legacy), Class of 1968
  • Jay Figgens (wrestling), Class of 2008

The six honorees in addition to the five members in the Class of 2020 will be formally inducted on Friday, Oct. 1 as part of the 2021 Homecoming Festivities at the Grand Harbor Resort.

Regional MLB Recaps from Monday

Cubs-Dodgers

— The Dodgers and Cubs were postponed in Chicago due to bad weather, and was rescheduled as part of a Tuesday twinbill.

Brewers-Phillies

— Vince Velasquez allowed one run and four hits, striking out six in his longest outing this season to lead the Phillies past the Brewers, 4-3. J.T. Realmuto slammed a two-run homer in the first inning to put the Phils ahead, 2-1.

Cardinals-Mets

— Nolan Arenado and Harrison Bader homered to support Adam Wainwright in the Cardinals’ 6-5 victory against the Mets. Wainright fell behind 5-2 but lasted 5 2/3 innings in his first start since coming off the COVID-19 list.

Twins-Rangers

— Kenta Maeda had a season-high eight strikeouts in 5 1/3 innings, allowing only two singles and two walks in the Twins’ 6-5 win over the Rangers. Jorge Polanco had an RBI triple and run-scoring double, while rookie Alex Kirilloff kept up his torrid start with two doubles for Minnesota.

National Scoreboard from Monday (5/3)

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Final Minnesota 6 Texas 5
Final Cleveland 8 Kansas City 6
Final Oakland 5 Toronto 4
Final Baltimore 5 Seattle 3
Final Tampa Bay 7 L.A. Angels 3
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
L-A Dodgers at Chi Cubs (Postponed)
San Francisco at Colorado  (Postponed)
Final Philadelphia 4 Milwaukee 3
Final St. Louis 6 N.Y. Mets 5
Final San Diego 2 Pittsburgh 0
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NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION
Final Orlando 119 Detroit 112
Final Washington 154 Indiana 141
Final Golden State 123 New Orleans 108
Final Atlanta 123 Portland 114
Final Philadelphia 106 Chicago 94
Final New York 118 Memphis 104
Final Utah 110 San Antonio 99
Final L.A. Lakers 93 Denver 89
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NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
Final Ottawa 2 Winnipeg 1
Final Boston 3 New Jersey 0
Final Buffalo 4 N-Y Islanders 2
Final Carolina 5 Chicago 2
Final OT Nashville 4 Columbus 3
Final OT Montreal 3 Toronto 2
Final Washington 6 N-Y Rangers 3
Final Philadelphia 7 Pittsburgh 2
Final OT Florida 5 Dallas 4
Final St. Louis 3 Anaheim 1
Final Minnesota 6 Vegas 5
Final Edmonton 5 Vancouver 3
Final Los Angeles 3 Arizona 2
Final OT Colorado 5 San Jose 4

Area Scoreboard from Sunday (5/2)

COLLEGE

Baseball

  • Dubuque split with Buena Vista losing 2-1 and winning 12-3. (Dubuque 12-19)
  • Loras earned a split with Wartburg losing 12-11 then winning 7-6 (Duhawks 18-10)

Softball

  • Clarke took two from William Penn 4-2 and 15-7. The Pride end the season with a record of 15-35 and 9-27 in the Heart.
  • Dubuque 6, Buena Vista 5 (Spartans 21-12)

Golf

  • (men) On Saturday: Loras finished second-place following the 3rd and final round of the American Rivers Men’s Golf Championship. The Duhawks shot 81-over for the tourney.  In addition Jake Peiser of Loras won the individual title and was named Most Valuable Golfer. He is Loras’ fifth conference champion and first since 2012. The second-place team finish is the highest since a third place finish in 2011. Dubuque and Central tied for 3rd at plus 104. U-D’s Jordan Elliott finished 6th. Nebraska Wesleyan won the team title by 35 strokes.
  • (women) The University of Dubuque “B” team finished in fourth and the “A” team a fifth place at the 2021 Augustana College Vikings Invitational on Sunday afternoon. The Spartans played without their seniors who were attending graduation on Saturday. Next up for the Spartans will be the 2021 NCAA Division III Women’s Golf National Championships being hosted at Forest Akers Golf Course in Lansing, Mich. The Spartans earned the automatic berth by winning the American Rivers Conference Championships last fall. The tournament begins on May 11.
  • (women) UW Platteville women’s golf team placed 6th of the 8 teams in at the WIAC Championships after 54 holes at the Reedsburg Country Club. UW Whitewater claimed the team championship. Junior Markie Ash paced the Pioneers and finished 13th overall with rounds of 81, 82, and 84.

Dubuque Co. American Legion Advances to Regionals

The Dubuque County American Legion baseball teams won 15-0 over Carroll in five innings yesterday played in Ames to advance to Central Plains Regional in Sioux Falls, S.D in early August.  It’s the third consecutive Iowa State Legion Championship for Dubuque County.

Former All-American Chuck Darling Passes 

IOWA CITY, Iowa – Over the weekend, former University of Iowa All-American Chuck Darling has passed away at the age of 91 in Colorado.

Darling was a two-sport star for the Hawkeyes, earning three letters in basketball (1950-52) and two in track (1950-51)

Darling is one of three basketball players in Iowa program history to be a consensus first-team All-American, earning the distinction as a senior in 1952 averaging 25.5 points per game.

Regional MLB Recaps from Sunday

Cubs-Reds

— The Cincinnati Reds blew leads of 6-4, 9-6 and 12-8 before Nick Castellanos  hit a game-ending, RBI single in the 10th inning to complete their 13-12 win over the Cubs. Castellanos finished with five hits and four RBIs against his former team, including two of the Reds’ five homers. Chicago also went deep five times, but lost for the seventh time in nine games. Kris Bryant homered twice.

White Sox-Indians

— The Indians beat the Chicago White Sox, 5-0 as Zach Plesac  combined with three relievers on a four-hitter. José Ramirez and Cesar Hernandez homered, Amed Rosario had three hits and Plesac allowed three hits over 5 2/3 innings of Cleveland’s fifth win in seven games.

Brewers-Dodgers

-Dodgers outfielders AJ Pollock and Matt Beaty were the day’s hitting stars as they combined for one grand slam apiece and 15 RBIs in a 16-4 dismantling of the Brewers. Pollock homered twice and doubled while collecting eight RBIs. Beaty went 4-for-6, drove in seven and and scored three times, giving the Dodgers two players with at least seven ribbies in the same game for the first time in franchise history.

Cardinals-Pirates

— The Cardinals completed a three-game sweep as Carlos Martinez tossed five-hit ball over eight innings of their 3-0 shutout of the Pirates. Harrison Bader supplied the runs with a second-inning homer that allowed St. Louis to improve to 20-6 versus Pittsburgh since the 2019 season.

Brewers-Royals

— Andrelton  Simmons and Mitch Garver homered in a seven-run third that highlighted the Twins’ 13-4 mauling of the Royals. Alex Kirillof went deep for the fourth time in three games to support José Berríos , who struck out nine while allowing four runs over six innings of his first victory in four starts.

National Scoreboard from Sunday (5/2)

INTERLEAGUE
Final Toronto 7 Atlanta 2
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AMERICAN LEAGUE
Final N.Y. Yankees 2 Detroit 0
Final Tampa Bay 5 Houston 4
Final Minnesota 13 Kansas City 4
Final Cleveland 5 Chicago White Sox 0
Final Texas 5 Boston 3
Final Oakland 7 Baltimore 5
Final Seattle 2 L.A. Angels 0
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NATIONAL LEAGUE
Final Washington 3 Miami 1
Final St. Louis 3 Pittsburgh 0
Final Cincinnati 13 Chicago Cubs 12
Final L.A. Dodgers 16 Milwaukee 4
Final San Francisco 7 San Diego 1
Final Arizona 8 Colorado 4
Final N.Y. Mets 8 Philadelphia 7
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NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION
Final Milwaukee 117 Brooklyn 114
Final Portland 129 Boston 119
Final New York 122 Houston 97
Final Miami 121 Charlotte 111
Final Phoenix 123 Oklahoma City 120
Final Sacramento 111 Dallas 99
Final OT Philadelphia 113 San Antonio 111
Final Toronto 121 L.A. Lakers 114
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NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE
Final Tampa Bay 2 Detroit 1