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Tervo Claims Fast Pitch Championship – Sunday Sports Wrap

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Home runs by Akil Baddoo and Riley Greene powered the Tigers to a 5-0 victory over the Marlins Saturday. Beau Brieske made a planned two-inning start. Joey Wentz followed, turned nearly five innings, and earned the win. On Venezuelan Appreciation Day, in the city where he broke into the major leagues, Miguel Cabrera had two hits, and scored a run.

The Tigers wrap up that series at Miami today. Tarik Skubal will pitch against Jesús Luzardo. Coverage will begin at 1:15 on 99.3 The Lift.

Former Tigers pitcher Max Scherzer has been traded by the Mets to the Rangers. Scherzer agreed to opt in on the final year of his contract next season, worth $43 million. New York will cover $35 million of the remaining $58 million on the contract. In exchange, the Mets get Rangers infield prospect Luisangel Acuña, who is the younger brother of Atlanta star Ronald Acuña Jr.

Former Tigers ace Justin Verlander, who also pitches for the Mets, could also be traded before Tuesday’s deadline, as New York deals with a disappointing season.

The Brewers fell behind early, and lost 11-5 to the Braves Saturday. Julio Teheran gave up six runs in the first inning, and three more before he left the game after the fifth. William Contreras homered for Milwaukee.

The Brewers play at Atlanta again this afternoon. Colin Rea will start against AJ Smith-Shawver.

Milwaukee sent infielder Jahmai Jones down to Nashville to make room for first baseman Carlos Santana, who joined the club yesterday after being traded from the Pirates. As expected, reliever Justin Wilson was returned to the injured list. He suffered an injury while warming up to make his first major league appearance in more than a year Friday. Trevor Megill has been recalled to fill in.

Fast Pitch Softball

Tervo Agency defeated JB’s 8-7 in the championship game of the Copper Country Fast Pitch Softball League tournament Saturday, and claimed the Holly McCullah memorial trophy. Olivia Wakeham was the winner pitcher, and had a home run and a single. Alana Nolan had a double and two singles for Tervo, and Kylee Puuri had two singles. For JBs, Clea Ollanketo had a home run and two singles, and Fayah Zapolnik and Stella Soumis each had a home run and a single.

Tervo advanced to the final by edging Superior Service 4-3 in the second of the day’s semifinals. Wakeham was the winning pitcher. She and Romey Kodkela each had two singles.

JB’s dispatched REL 7-4 in the first semifinal. Stella Soumis was the winning pitcher. Clea Ollanketo had four singles for JB’s, and Cori Jahfetson and Mackenzie Ekdahl each had a triple and a single. For REL, Megan Peterson had a double and a single, and Hannah Asiala had a double.

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