Shopping Show - 8am Saturday - Click here to browse & Shop
Door County Daily | Nicolet Broadcasting, Inc. 30 N. 18th Ave Ste 8, Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235 920-746-9430 | 9341 Spring Road 18B, Fishing Creek, WI 54212 920-868-2301 | WBDK 96.7FM 60's 70's 80's South, WRKU 102.1FM Classic Hits, WRLU 104.1FM country | WSBW 105.1FM 60's 70's 80's North
Email Sign-Up

Coaches Corner

Coming Soon- Conversations with local sports coaches. We'll talk strategy, what's new, and more with local coaches.

Schedules and Results

Ten Question Tuesday

Sports Poll Plugin

Listen on Demand

Brewers Start Road Trip With A Win 9-3

With the score tied 3-3 going into the eighth inning, the Milwaukee Brewers (42-29) erupted for six runs to beat the Arizona Diamondbacks (30-43) in Arizona 9-3 Monday. The Brewers scored three runs in the eighth and then added three in the final inning both with two outs.

The final box score showed 9 runs, 12 hits and no errors for the Brewers compared to 3 runs, 11 hits and no errors for the Diamondbacks.

Offensively, Aramis Ramirez led the team with three hits and two runs batted in. Scooter Gennett also stayed red hot out of the lead-off spot finishing with two hits including his fourth home run of the season and two runs batted in. Ryan Braun had two hits with two runs scored as well did Khris Davis. Elian Herrera was the other player with two hits.

Wily Peralta (7-5, 2.98) recorded his seventh win of the season and now has won three consecutive decisions. Peralta made the start five days after his last outing in New York and after leaving the team briefly to handle some "family Matters" in the Dominican Republic. Final stat line showed 7 innings allowing nine hits, three runs and striking out six.

After Peralta exited, Will Smith recorded his 15th hold of the season and Zach Duke pitched a scoreless ninth with two strikeouts with the Brewers way ahead.

All three pitchers used by manager Ron Roenicke did not allow a walk all night.

Scoring Plays For Brewers:

Top 2nd: Khris Davis triples to center field. Aramis Ramirez scores

Top 2nd: Jean Segura grounds into double play. Khris Davis scores

Top 3rd: Scooter Gennett homers to right center field

Top 8th: Aramis Ramirez doubles to left field. Ryan Braun scores. Jonathan Lucroy scores.

Top 8th: Khris Davis singles to left field. Aramis Ramires scores.

Top 9th: Scooter Gennett singles to center field. Elian Herrera scores.

Top 9th: Ryan Braun Triples to center field. Martin Maldonado scores. Scooter Gennett scores.

Game two of the four game series is tonight with a 8:40PM first pitch. Kyle Lohse (7-2, 3.00 ERA) will get the start for Milwaukee looking to add to a stellar pitching resume that could land him the starting nod in the All-Star Game. Lohse will face Wade Miley (3-6, 4.71 ERA) the Diamondback southpaw.


Copyright © 2016 Door County Daily News - WBDK - WRKU - WRLU - WSBW
30 N 18th Ave Suite 8 Sturgeon Bay, WI 54235
Phone (920) 746-9430 · Equal Employment Opportunity Report

Nicolet Broadcasting, Inc is an equal opportunity employer - Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

This site was created by

Find us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter RSS Feed