(Milwaukee, WI) — Brad Miller’s walk with the bases loaded forced in the winning run in the 10th inning as the Brewers topped the Twins 6-5 in Milwaukee. Robbie Grossman drilled a grand slam in the fifth inning for Minnesota, which blew a 5-1 lead. Zack Littell took the loss. The Twins have dropped four in-a-row and nine of their last 11.
(Milwaukee, WI) — The Twins placed shortstop Ehire Adrianza on the 10-day disabled list yesterday with a strained left hamstring. The team activated outfielder Byron Buxton from the DL and shortstop Jorge Polanco from the suspended list. The Twins also designated outfielder Ryan LaMarre for assignment and called up pitcher Zack Littell.
(Milwaukee, WI) — The Twins continue their three-game series with the Brewers tonight in Milwaukee. Jake Odorizzi will be on the bump for Minnesota. The Crew will counter with Junior Guerra.
(Minneapolis, MN) — The Lynx aim for an eighth straight win tonight when they host the Indiana Fever at Target Center. Minnesota is coming off a 76-72 win in Dallas on Sunday. The Lynx sit at 10-and-6 on the year. The Fever are 1-and-16.
(Undated) — Two more teams advanced to the quarterfinals of the 2018 World Cup. Japan blew a 2-nil lead and lost 3-2 to Belgium, 3-2, while Brazil eased past Mexico, 2-nil. The final two matches in the Round of 16 are today. Sweden faces Switzerland and England takes on Colombia.
LONDON (AP) Garbine Muguruza will begin the defense of her Wimbledon title in perfect conditions on the second day of play at the All England Club. There will be added intrigue as the No. 3-seeded Spaniard opens proceedings on Centre Court against British wild card Naomi Broady. Muguruza defeated Venus Williams in the 2017 final to claim her first Wimbledon crown.