The Week Ahead: Little League TOC opens Saturday

By From page B1 | June 09, 2014

FAIRFIELD — While the Fairfield-Suisun Bobby Sox host a district tournament later this month, the local Little League postseason gets underway this week with the District 53 Tournament of Champions.

The TOC runs for a week, concluding with championship games in Napa on June 21

Six city teams will take part in the Major Division tournament, two each from Fairfield Pacific and Fairfield Atlantic, one each from Cordelia/Tri-Valley and Suisun American.

In the Minor Division, seven teams will compete: one from Suisun American, two each from Tri-Valley, Fairfield Atlantic and Fairfield Pacific.

It’s all part of busy week.


The Fairfield Expos American Legion baseball team kicks off the first of its two Oregon trips by playing the Grants Pass Nuggets.


The Expos next play the Eugene Challengers.

Not quite to the border – but almost – the Solano Mudcats collegiate baseball team hits the road to play the Redding Colts.

Much closer to home, the Fairfield Indians collegiate baseball team entertains the Bay Area Tide at Allan Witt Park.

The TC-Legion Junior Legion team begins hosting its annual Father’s Day tournament, which runs through Monday.


The Expos continue their tournament in Eugene by taking on the Canyon Crushers of Stayton, Ore.

The Mudcats wrap up their two-game series against the  Colts in Redding.


Next up for the Expos in Eugene is the Vancouver Showtime.

Still on the road, the Mudcats head to Placer County to play the Auburn Wildcats.


The Expos wrap up round-robin play in Eugene against the Withnell (Ore.) Dodgers.

Risking heartburn, the Indians head to Healdsburg for a doubleheader with the Sonoma County Chili Gods.


The Mudcats conclude their week on the road against the Wildcats in Auburn.

Reach Paul Farmer at 425-4646, ext. 264, or [email protected] Follow him on Twitter at www.twitter.com/pfarmerdr.

Paul Farmer

Paul Farmer is a 1985 graduate of Brigham Young University. The Suisun City resident has been with the Daily Republic Sports Department since 1989 and has served as sports editor since 2007. He and his wife Jackie have four children.

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