Cissna Park 7, Milford 5. Mario Renteria drove in three runs and Connor Lober drove in two more to push Cissna Park (6-5) to a home win. Tyler Buhrmester and Brady Marshino both doubled for Milford (4-3).
donovan 17, kankakee trinity academy 6
herscher 12, pontiac 4 -
St. Anne 0, Illinois Lutheran 12
Oakwood 8, Westville 13
Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman 13, Armstrong-Potomac 2
Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley 7, Lexington 6
Salt Fork 10, Schlarman Academy 0
Pontiac 4, Herscher 12
Kankakee 0, Crete-Monee 24
Bradley-Bourbonnais 2, Lincoln-Way Central 12
Peotone 7, Reed-Custer 8
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dwight 10, herscher 2 - Abby Edwards and Kaitlyn Masching homered for Dwight in a 10-2 victory at Herscher. Masching finished with three hits and three RBIs.
Illinois Lutheran 5, St. Anne 20
Oakwood 1, Westville 2
Tri-Point 5, Gardner-South Wilmington 4
Tri-Point 1, Gardner-South Wilmington 14
Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley 11, Lexington/Ridgeview 5
Kankakee 10, Bloom 0
Bradley-Bourbonnais 0, Lincoln-Way Central 6
Beecher 9, Oak Forest 4
Bismarck-Henning/Rossville-Alvin 19, Danville 6
Westville 2, Oakwood 1
Salt Fork 9, Schlarman Academy 1
Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman 19, Armstrong-Potomac 2
Blake Morin homered, scored three times and drove in a pair of runs to help Benton Central earn an 11-5 Hoosier Conference baseball victory against Central Catholic.
north newton and south newton was suspended due to darkness nn 17-13 5 1/3
benton central 11, lafayette central 5
delphi 14, clinton prairie 13
frontier 5, pioneer 4
clinton prairie 4, delphi 3
kankakee valley 21, andrean 2
CUBS 13, PIRATES 5
CHICAGO -- Javier Baez homered twice for the second straight day and scored the go-ahead run in the sixth after striking out and reaching on a wild pitch by Tyler Glasnow (0-1) as the cubs pounded the pirates 13-5. Kris Bryant added three hits and two RBI as Chicago got its first home win in the first night game at Wrigley Field this season. Albert Almora Jr. also had three hits, Ben Zobrist drove in two runs and ian happ homered in the seventh in the Cubs' highest scoring performance in their first 11 games. Brian Duensing (1-0) pitched a perfect sixth to pick up the win.
BREWERS 3, CARDINALS 2
ST. LOUIS -- Matt Albers got his first save for Milwaukee, retiring Kolten Wong and Dexter Fowler to strand a pair of runners as the brewers out lasted the cardinals 3-2. Milwaukee built a 3-0 lead on home runs by Hernaz Perez in the second and Eric Thames in the third followed by Jonathan Villar's RBI groundout in the fifth. Junior Guerra (1-0) allowed one run and four hits in 5 1/3 innings in his first start this season. Adam Wainwright (0-2) gave up three runs and eight hits in seven innings.
WHITE SOX 2, RAYS 1
CHICAGO -- Matt Davidson hit a two-run homer off Austin Pruitt (1-2) in the eighth inning as the sox beat tampa bay 2-1. Chicago improved to 1-5 at home, matching its worst home start since 1975 at Comiskey Park. Bruce Rondon (1-0) retired the side in the eighth, and Nate Jones finished for his first save.
MARINERS 4, ROYALS 2
INDIANS 5, TIGERS 1
TWINS 9, ASTROS 8
PHILLIES 4, REDS 3
eric Moreland had career highs with 16 points, 17 rebounds, four blocks and four steals in 41 minutes, and rookie Luke Kennard added a career-high 23 points for Detroit, which won 14 of their first 20 but fell short of the playoffs. they won the game though beating the chicago bulls 119-87. Anthony Tolliver had 18 points and Henry Ellenson added 14 points and 10 rebounds as the Pistons snapped a two-game losing streak and won for the ninth time in their last 13 games. Rookie Lauri Markkanen had 20 points, and Sean Kilpatrick added 14 in his only start of the season for Chicago. The rebuilding Bulls maintained their seventh position heading into the draft lottery on May 15, losing their fourth straight. It was also Chicago's 11th loss in 14 games.
BOSTON (AP) — New York Yankees designated hitter Tyler Austin rushed the mound after being hit by a pitch from Boston Red Sox reliever Joe Kelly, and both players began punching away in a bench-clearing brawl at Fenway Park. The bitter rivals tangled in the seventh inning, adding another chapter to a long history that has included some memorable brawls. The benches cleared briefly in the third after Austin's spikes clipped Brock Holt's leg on a slide into second base. Holt took issue with the contact and they exchanged words before being separated. Then with the Yankees leading 10-6, Kelly nearly hit Austin and then caught him on the side with a 2-1 pitch clocked at 98 mph. Austin slammed his bat on the plate, threw it down and took four steps toward the mound while hollering. Kelly waved Austin at him, and things quickly escalated from their.