>>Quintana Shines In Cub Debut
(Baltimore, MD) — Jose Quintana sparkled in his debut as the Cubs blanked the Orioles, 8-0, in Baltimore. Quintana struck out 12 over seven shutout innings to get the win. Chicago acquired Quintana from the White Sox on Friday. The Cubs swept the three-game set.
>>Cardinals Beaten By Bucs In Ninth
(Pittsburgh, PA) — Brett Cecil surrendered two runs in the bottom of the ninth as the Cardinals lost 4-3 at Pittsburgh. Adam Frazier’s RBI single won it. Yadier Molina’s solo homer in the eighth had given St. Louis a 3-2 lead. It was Cecil’s fifth blown save. The Cards lost two-of-three in the series.
>>Cruz, Mariners Nip White Sox In 10 Innings
(Chicago, IL) — Nelson Cruz clubbed the go-ahead home run in the top of the 10th inning as the Mariners nipped the White Sox, 7-6, in Chicago. Avisail Garcia barreled two homers for the White Sox, who were swept in the three-game set. Chris Beck gave up the deciding homer to take the loss. Chicago has dropped seven of its past eight games.
>>Dodgers Drop Marlins For Ninth Straight Win
(Miami, FL) — The Dodgers ran their winning streak to nine games with a 3-2 victory over the Marlins in Miami. Justin Turner homered and plated two runs to help LA complete a three-game sweep. The Dodgers are an MLB-best 64-and-29.
>>Federer Wins Eighth Wimbledon Title
(Wimbledon, England) — Roger Federer is the men’s champion of Wimbledon for a record eighth time. Federer swept Marin Cilic in straight sets 6-3, 6-1, 6-4. It is the Swiss superstar’s 19th Grand Slam title.
>>Hamlin Wins At New Hampshire
(Loudon, NH) — Denny Hamlin took the checkered flag at the Overton’s 301 at New Hampshire Motor Speedway. Hamlin led 54 of the 301 laps en route to his first win of the season and 30th of his NASCAR career. Kyle Larson, Martin Truex Jr., Matt Kenseth and Kevin Harvick rounded out the top five.
>>DeChambeau Wins John Deere Classic
(Silvis, IL) — Bryson DeChambeau is celebrating his first career PGA win. DeChambeau posted a one-shot victory at the John Deere Classic on Sunday. DeChambeau shot a six-under 65 in the final round and finished 18-under for the championship. Patrick Rodgers ended alone in second at 17-under.
>>Hall Of Fame Broadcaster Dies At 96
(South Nyack, NY) — Hall of Fame sportscaster Bob Wolff has died at the age of 96. Some of his most iconic broadcasts include the 1956 World Series and the 1958 NFL championship game. He also worked at Madison Square Garden in Manhattan calling New York Knicks and Rangers games. He died Saturday. MSG released a statement following his death calling Wolff “part of the very fabric of Madison Square Garden,” and said “his legacy will live forever.” He was honored by the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1995. Wolff lived in the village of South Nyack in Rockland County.