Pilots' Budnick signs with Milwaukee
• Tate Budnick, who recently completed his career at the University of Portland, has signed a free-agent contract with the Milwaukee Brewers.
Budnick, 5-11 and 200 pounds, is from Edmonds, Washington. He caught and pitched for the Pilots and, during the summer of 2017, with the Portland Pickles.
In 2018 for UP, the right-hander was 5-1 with a 3.65 ERA.
Wenatchee at Portland, ppd.
• The Pickles went 0 for 3 this weekend — in games they weren't able to play — and so did the AppleSox.
Sunday's scheduled 5 p.m. West Coast League game was called off due to rain.
Rained-out games from Friday and Saturday will be made up on Monday, with start times of 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. at Walker Stadium.
Portland Thorns forward Christine Sinclair scored her 173rd international goal for Canada, but Germany won Sunday's friendly, 3-2, at Hamilton, Ontario.
The Germans, reigning Olympic champs, broke a 2-2 tie in the 84th minute.
Sinclair's 59th-minute goal off a free kick — in her 268th national team appearance — knotted the teams at 1-1.
Sinclair, who will be 35 on Tuesday, needs 11 goals to tie former U.S. star Abby Wambach for the all-time lead in international play.
Seattle 5, TAMPA BAY 4
• On a day when three of the Mariners' six hits were home runs (by Nelson Cruz, 13th of the season; Mike Zunino, 10th; and Kyle Seager, 12th), a throw from right fielder Mitch Haniger to Zunino got Rays runner Johnny Field trying to score from second on a single, and ended the game.
Seattle (41-24) took the series, 3-1, and has won 17 of its last 22 games.
Winning pitcher James Paxton (6-1) struck out 10 batters in seven innings.
Tampa Bay slipped to 29-35.
The M's improved to 21-9 in one-run games.
• Former Oregon Ducks golfer Wyndham Clark tied for 22nd in the Rust-Oleum Championship at Ivanhoe, Illinois.
Clark fired a 1-under-par 71 in the final round. His 72-hole total of 279 was 9-under and eight shots behind Chase Wright and Alex Prugh, who decided the title in a playoff, won by Wright with a birdie on the second extra hole.
• Portland's Caroline Inglis, formerly at the University of Oregon, tied for 28th in the Shoprite LPGA Classic at Galloway, New Jersey.
She finished at 6-under 207, closing with a 4-under 67.
Inglis finished the final three holes of her second round on Sunday morning, after play was suspended because of darkness on Saturday. She needed to par in to make the cut; she went 1-under to post a 3-under 68 that put her in a tie for 51st at 2-under 140.
The tournament title went to Annie Park, who shot 197, one ahead of Sakura Yokomine.
• Bad weather forced cancellation of the final round of the Principal Charity Classic in Des Moines, Iowa.
The 54-hole tournament was shortened to 36 holes, leaving Tom Lehman the winner at 13-under 131.
Brian Henninger of Wilsonville tied for 39th at 141, and Portland's Peter Jacbosen was in a tie for 71st at 148.