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Tigers Sweep Orioles – Monday Sports Wrap

High School

On the high school baseball schedule today…
• Houghton welcomes Iron Mountain.
• Hancock entertains Ironwood.
• L’Anse hosts Gogebic.
• Ontonagon plays at Jeffers.

On the softball schedule this afternoon…
• Calumet plays at Houghton. Coverage will begin at 3:40 on the Voice of the Gremlins, 97.7 The Wolf.
• L’Anse hosts Gogebic.

In track and field, local teams compete at the Copper Country Invitational at the Houghton track.

Slow Pitch Softball

The Copper Country Slow Pitch Softball League will hold its organizational meeting tonight at 6:00 at the Downtowner. At least one representative from each new or returning team should attend, along with all league umpires. Anyone interested in joining the league is also welcome.


The opening round of the NHL playoffs ended with a couple of overtime thrillers yesterday.

In the Eastern Conference, the Rangers edged the Penguins 4-3 in overtime. New York takes the series 4-3.

In the Western Conference, the Flames shaded the Stars 3-2. Calgary claims the series 4-3.

The second round begins tomorrow.


The final games in the NBA conference semifinal round last night weren’t as close.

In the Eastern Conference, the Celtics dispatched the Bucks 109-81. Boston wins the series 4-3.

In the Western Conference, the Mavericks eliminated the Suns 123-90. Dallas advances with a 4-3 series win.

The conference finals begin tomorrow.


The Detroit Tigers completed a sweep of their weekend series against the Baltimore Orioles with a 5-1 victory yesterday. Miguel Cabrera homered, Harold Castro had three hits, including a triple. Tarik Skubal struck out 11 over six innings, and allowed just three hits.

The Tigers visit the Tampa Bay Rays tonight. Alex Faedo will pitch against Corey Kluber. Coverage will begin at 6:20 on 99.3 The Lift. 

Two of Detroit’s ailing outfielders returned to the line-up yesterday, but only briefly. Austin Meadows, who had missed a couple of games because of vertigo caused by an inner ear problem, left before the second inning after symptoms returned. Victor Reyes, who had just returned from the injured list because of a left quad strain, departed in the second inning after suffering a right quad strain. Both are headed to the injured list.

The Milwaukee Brewers fell behind early, then roared back to defeat the Miami Marlins 7-3 yesterday. Brandon Woodruff scuffled, giving up three runs over five innings. The Crew rescued him with four runs in the top of the fifth. Jace Peterson, Kolton Wong and Rowdy Tellez homered. Aaron Ashby tossed four scoreless innings in relief.

The Brewers host the Atlanta Braves tonight. Freddy Peralta will start against Ian Anderson.

Milwaukee shortstop Willy Adames left yesterday’s game with a sprained ankle. He’s considered day-to-day. Reliever Jandel Gustave is probably headed to the injured list. He injured a hamstring in Saturday’s game.

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