Sports Copy, 05-14-19

HARDINSBURG (05/13/19) — Both Breckinridge County baseball and softball teams continued winning streaks on Monday. The baseball team won their seventh straight game with a 7-6 win in extra innings over Daviess County at the Ballpark. The Lady Tigers made it five in a row with a 16-1 win at Nelson County.

HARDINSBURG (05/14/19) — Later today, the baseball team plays at home against Ohio County with coverage on WXBC beginning just before 5:30 this afternoon. The softball team hosts Bardstown at 5:30 at the Hardinsburg Ballpark.

UNDATED (AP) _ J.T. Realmuto doubled in the go-ahead run in the seventh inning, Cesar Hernandez hit a two-run homer and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Milwaukee Brewers 7-4. Lorenzo Cain had a career-high five hits and Mike Moustakas homered for Milwaukee. The only other NL game on Monday saw Arizona beat Pittsburgh, 9-3.

UNDATED (AP) _ Four Houston players homered and the Astros beat the Detroit Tigers 8-1, extending their winning streak to six. Other American League winners were: Seattle, the Chicago White Sox and the L.A. Angels.

UNDATED (AP) _ Michigan’s John Beilein has agreed to become head coach of the Cleveland Cavaliers. The winningest coach in the history of the Michigan program, Beilein went 278-150 in 12 seasons with the Wolverines and reached the Final Four in 2013 and 2018.

UNDATED (AP) _ The Los Angeles Lakers have officially named Frank Vogel as coach. The team announced the hiring Monday and will hold an introductory press conference May 20 at its facility. The former Indiana Pacers did not coach last season following two years with the Orlando Magic.

FARMINGDALE, N.Y. (AP) — Justin Thomas has withdrawn from the PGA Championship with a wrist injury, the first time he has missed a major since his rookie season. The nature of his injury was not disclosed. The Louisville native won the PGA Championship two years ago at Quail Hollow.

LEXINGTON, Ky. (AP) — Jockey Luis Saez has been suspended for 15 days for failing to control Maximum Security and causing interference at the Kentucky Derby. The decision by the Kentucky stewards was announced by the Kentucky Horse Racing Commission. The stewards say Saez’s actions resulted in the horse’s disqualification as Derby winner.