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Sports Update with Randy Adams, Monday, June 17th

Wynne Broadcasting’s Randy Adams has been covering local Klamath Basin sports for 40 years and is the voice of the Henley Hornets and Mazama Vikings on radio at 106.5 / 1240AM The Winner CBS Sports Radio and 102.5 / 1450AM KFLS. Hear his daily morning show on Sunny 107!

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Monday, June 17, 2019

A literal last minute decision to add a ballgame into the Klamath Falls Falcon schedule proved to be a good one for the locals last night, as Cade Fanning singled home the winning run in the bottom of the 7th inning in a 7-6 win over Walla Walla. 

It was only the second game of the summer for the Falcons, who added the game when it was discovered Walla Walla would be traveling back through Klamath Falls from a tournament in Chico and would be spending the evening here anyway. 

The Falcons open Area IV league play tonight against the Roseburg Doc Stewart’s at Kiger Stadium, with first pitch beginning at 6pm in a doubleheader.  Hear both games on Wynne Broadcasting’s 1240 The Winner, also on 106.5FM and live on

Halfway through June, Mike Leake of the Seattle Mariners is pitching exceptionally well. He knows what comes next.

Trade rumors featuring him will proliferate. Some of them may even be rooted in fact, since multiple contending teams are bound to seek a qualified starter — one who doesn’t require an “opener” for accompaniment — before the Trade Deadline on July 31.

Postseason-hungry teams will note that Leake, now 6-6, pitched his fourth consecutive game in which he lasted at least seven innings on Sunday, as the Mariners surged past Oakland, 6-3.

Having already traded outfielder Jay Bruce to the Phillies and slugger Edwin Encarnacion to the Yankees, it only makes sense for the Mariners, who are in full-blown rebuilding mode, to trade Leake and his inconvenient contract that guarantees him $16 million this year and $15 million in 2020. There’s also a mutual option for $18 million in ’21 that comes with a $5 million buyout.

Oregon Tech will be offering Summer Youth Camps for basketball, volleyball, soccer and softball to the community and surrounding areas. These camps will provide children from the ages 5 through 18 with the opportunity to participate in various activities that will teach them teamwork and Improve their skills from Oregon Tech coaches and players.  For more information log on to  

MLB Scores (from Sunday, June 16)

Philadelphia Phillies1Final
Atlanta Braves15
WMike Foltynewicz (2-5)
LVince Velasquez (2-4)
Boston Red Sox8Final
Baltimore Orioles6(10)
WBrandon Workman (5-1)
LMychal Givens (0-4)
New York Yankees10Final
Chicago White Sox3
WJames Paxton (4-3)
LOdrisamer Despaigne (0-2)
Texas Rangers3Final
Cincinnati Reds11
WSonny Gray (3-5)
LAriel Jurado (4-3)
San Diego Padres14Final
Colorado Rockies13
WGerardo Reyes (3-0)
LWade Davis (1-2)
SKirby Yates (24)
Cleveland Indians8Final
Detroit Tigers0
WTrevor Bauer (5-6)
LSpencer Turnbull (3-6)
Toronto Blue Jays12Final
Houston Astros0
WTrent Thornton (2-5)
LBrad Peacock (6-4)
Chicago Cubs2Final
Los Angeles Dodgers3
WRoss Stripling (3-2)
LSteve Cishek (1-4)
SKenley Jansen (21)
Pittsburgh Pirates5Final
Miami Marlins4
WRichard Rodriguez (1-3)
LNick Anderson (2-3)
SFelipe Vazquez (16)
Kansas City Royals8Final
Minnesota Twins6
WJorge Lopez (1-6)
LMartin Perez (7-3)
SIan Kennedy (7)
St. Louis Cardinals4Final
New York Mets3
WAndrew Miller (3-2)
LChris Flexen (0-3)
SCarlos Martinez (2)
Seattle Mariners6Final
Oakland Athletics3
WMike Leake (6-6)
LLou Trivino (2-5)
SRoenis Elias (7)
Milwaukee Brewers5Final
San Francisco Giants3
WMatt Albers (3-2)
LJeff Samardzija (3-6)
SJosh Hader (17)
Los Angeles Angels5Final
Tampa Bay Rays6
WColin Poche (1-1)
LGriffin Canning (2-3)
SDiego Castillo (7)
Arizona Diamondbacks5Final
Washington Nationals15
WAnibal Sanchez (3-6)
LArchie Bradley (2-4)

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