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  1. This date in sports history for June 19

    06.18 / 22:34 dailyrepublic.com Dailyrepublic.com - All Sports
    June 19 1867 — Ruthless, ridden by J. Gilpatrick, wins the inaugural Belmont Stakes at Jerome Park in the Bronx. The filly earns $1,850 for her victory. 1914 — Harry Vardon wins his sixth and final British Open by shooting a 306, three strokes ahead of J.H. Taylor at Prestwick Club. 1936 — German heavyweight [R…
  2. Kiwis beat Oracle in 1st 2 America’s Cup races in Bermuda

    06.18 / 22:34 dailyrepublic.com Dailyrepublic.com - All Sports
    HAMILTON, Bermuda — In light, shifty winds on the turquoise waters of the Great Sound, Peter Burling and Emirates Team New Zealand made fewer mistakes than Jimmy Spithill and Oracle Team USA and won the first two races of the 35th America’s Cup. It wasn’t the cleanest start to sailing’s biggest regatta, leaving more questions […
  3. Healy hits 2 HRs to power A’s past Yankees 5-2

    06.18 / 22:34 dailyrepublic.com Dailyrepublic.com - All Sports
    OAKLAND — Ryon Healy went deep twice for his third multihomer game in two weeks, Matt Joyce also hit a long ball and the Oakland Athletics beat the New York Yankees 5-2 on Saturday. Joyce reached base five times, Jesse Hahn (3-4) pitched five innings to defeat New York for the first time in his […
  4. Red, white and who? Ryder Cup star Reed moves up at US Open

    06.18 / 22:34 dailyrepublic.com Dailyrepublic.com - All Sports
    ERIN, Wis. — Patrick Reed has always been at his best when he’s been playing for his country. Playing for his country’s championship suited him quite well, too, on Saturday. One of America’s top Ryder Cup players drenched himself in red, white and blue — including the pants with the “USA” logo that he wore [&#…
  5. Tigers GM, catcher among fortunate father-son duos in sports

    06.18 / 22:34 dailyrepublic.com Dailyrepublic.com - All Sports
    DETROIT — Alex Avila was the best player available on the Detroit Tigers’ board when it was their turn to select a player in the fifth round of the 2008 amateur draft. His dad suggested the Tigers pick someone else. “I didn’t want people to think it was a favor,” Tigers general manager Al Avila […
  6. PAL forms pick-up basketball league

    06.17 / 22:19 dailyrepublic.com Dailyrepublic.com - All Sports
    FAIRFIELD — The Fairfield PAL Program is offering a pick-up basketball league from 6:30 to 9:30 p.m. on Fridays at the PAL Center at 2195 Union Ave. Teams are formed on a first-come, first-served basis, with winners of the 10-minute games keeping the court. PAL membership is required. The Fairfield PAL Program is open to Fairfield, [&…
  7. Collegiate baseball: Big inning lifts Heat over indians

    06.17 / 22:19 dailyrepublic.com Dailyrepublic.com - All Sports
    FAIRFIELD — The Fairfield Indians collegiate wood bat baseball team was up a run after six innings, but the Sacramento Heat plated four in the seventh to hold on for the 7-4 win over the Indians, Thursday. The Indians pitching staff had trouble finding the strike zone in the outing, walking a combined 15 batters […
  8. Collegiate baseball: Runs hard to come by for Mudcats in loss to Colt .45’s

    06.17 / 22:19 dailyrepublic.com Dailyrepublic.com - All Sports
    REDDING — The pitching was stout for both the Solano Mudcats and the Redding Colt .45s, but it was the home team at Tiger Field that came away with 3-2 victory, Thursday. The Mudcats’ combo of pitchers struck out 12 in the game, while the Redding pitching staff combined to set down 11 Solano players on strikeouts. [&#…
  9. Little League baseball: Four local teams still alive in TOC

    06.17 / 22:19 dailyrepublic.com Dailyrepublic.com - All Sports
    SUISUN CITY — Nick T. threw a no-hitter for the Suisun American Little League Segala Maintenance & Repair team in a 10-0 victory over the Vallejo North Phillies to open the District 53 Major Division Tournament of Champions at Suisun American Little League, Thursday. Nick T. went five scoreless innings, striking out 14 while walking […
  10. Chapman’s 1st hit leads Athletics to 7-6 win over Yankees

    06.17 / 22:19 dailyrepublic.com Dailyrepublic.com - All Sports
      OAKLAND — The disappointment of having his first career hit taken away by instant replay lasted only a few innings for Matt Chapman. He ended up delivering a much more memorable first hit. Chapman hit a go-ahead two-run single in the eighth inning after having an earlier hit overturned and the Oakland Athletics rallied […