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Joe DiMaggio baseball: Nationals sweep doubleheader

By From page B3 | July 03, 2013

VACAVILLE — The Solano Nationals posted a doubleheader sweep of the Lake County Diamond Jakks, Sunday, at Centennial Park.

Solano won Game 1, 10-3, riding starting pitcher Javier Ochoa and some hot bats.

Ochoa pitched his second complete game of the summer, and second in as many starts, striking out 10 while allowing only one walk.

The offense did its part as Deven Cook-Oliver, Jared Vitug and Josh Mecham each had two hits and two runs scored.

In Game 2, the Nationals escaped with a with an 8-6 victory.

Michael Leone led the offense with three hits, getting some help from Jared Vitug and Petey Torres who each added two hits to the team’s total of 11.

Rylan Haney picked up the win pitching four scoreless innings to start the game, then Eric Robles came in relief to pick up the save after Haney ran into trouble in the fifth inning.

Robles induced a double-play to end the game with the tying run on base.

The Nationals improved their overall record to 8-9, and are now 7-4 in North Bay Joe DiMaggio league play.

This also marks the seventh straight victory and eighth in the last nine.

The Nationals play in the Keith Connelly Fourth of July Tournament at Yountville/Napa starting Thursday.

Daily Republic staff

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