The Santurce Cangrejeros broke a tie with a three-touchdown attack in the bottom of the fifth inning, en route to a victory Tuesday by 7-3 on RA 12 to chain his fifth consecutive victory in the activity of the Roberto Clemente Professional Baseball League.
Jack Lopez hit 5-2 With a home run, two RBIs and two runs scored, Marty Costes added a one-run RBI double, Roy Morales hit one more with a single and Iván de Jesús Jr hit a sacrifice fly to produce another touchdown and lead the winners’ attack. .
Miguel Mejía (1-0) retired a blank inning and a third to claim victory, while the setback went to the record of Miguel Cirino (0-1), after allowing two touchdowns in just a third of inning.
In Carolina, Xavier Hernández hit a two-run RBI double and Brett Rodríguez added a two-more RBI single to propel the Mayagüez Indians to a 6-3 victory over the Carolina Giants.
Ronnie Williams (1-0) scored the victory with five innings of just one hit and an earned run with seven strikeouts, while the loss went to the record of José Cruz (0-1), after conceding three touchdowns in four innings and one third.
POSITIONS: Cangrejeros de Santurce lead the circuit with a 7-1 mark, followed by Indios de Mayagüez (5-3), Gigantes de Carolina (3-5), Criollos de Caguas (2-4) and RA 12 (1 -5).
Lions overwhelmed the Caribs in Venezuela
The Caracas Lions unleashed a 15-hit offense on Tuesday en route to an 11-5 victory over the Caribes de Anzoátegui, in the game that marked the debut of the San Luis Cardinals player in the Major Leagues José Rondón, in the season of the Venezuelan Professional Baseball League.
Rondón ranked fifth in order and went 1-for-5 with an RBI, Rommer Cuadrando hit a two-run homer, Wilfredo Tovar was 3-2 with two RBIs and Yosmany Guerra was 5-for-4 with a double and four RBIs to stand out in the Lions attack.
Yoimer Camacho (4-0) added another victory with a good relief of two innings and a third without allowing runs and three strikeouts, and Mayckol Guaipe (1-2) lost, after allowing five touchdowns and six hits in three innings and two thirds.
· In Maracaibo, the La Guaira Sharks exploded with a cluster of seven touchdowns in the fourth inning in support of a solid start by Jorgan Cavaneiro, to defeat the Águilas del Zulia 7-4.
Cavaneiro (2-0) covered six full innings throwing two-run, one earned, and four hits to win the game, and was lost by Arik Sikula (1-1), shaken with five touchdowns and six hits in three innings and two. thirds.
On offense stood out Danry Vázquez 4-2 with a double and two RBIs, and Ricardo Genovés with an RBI double of two more.
In Porlamar, Leonardo Reginatto drove in two touchdowns with a triple in the third inning, and later scored on a Major League Baseball Pablo Sandoval sacrifice fly, to give the Magallanes Navegantes a 3-2 victory over Margarita’s Braves.
· In Maracay, Wilson García hit two home runs and drove in seven runs to tip the balance in favor of the Tigres de Aragua in a racing festival, in which they defeated the Cardenales de Lara 13-10.
Hernán Pérez hit 4-2 with a home run, three RBIs and three runs scored, while Alexi Amarista went 5-for-3 with two RBIs to round out the winners’ attack.
· THE POSITIONS: Navegantes del Magallanes lead the circuit with a 12-7 mark, followed by Bravos de Margarita (13-8), Cardenales de Lara (12-8), Leones del Caracas (11-9), Tiburones de La Guaira (10-10), Tigres de Aragua (8-12), Caribes de Anzoátegui (7-12) and Águilas del Zulia (7-14).
In the LMP: Sultans hit first in Culiacán
Carlos Figueroa unleashed a close encounter with an RBI single in the bottom of the 12th inning, and the Sultanes de Monterrey beat the Tomateros de Culiacán 6-5 to reach four consecutive victories at the start of the second round of the Mexican Pacific League. .
Anthony Giansanti was 3-for-5 with a double, two homers and three RBIs, while Fernando Perez added a solo homer to stand out on the winners’ offense.
Juan Ramón Noriega (3-0) covered two blank innings in relief work to win the match. Santiago Gutiérrez lost (1-3), after allowing the career of the difference in his work of one and a third inning.
In Hermosillo, Elian Leyva beat Roel Ramírez in an exciting pitching duel, and the Naranjeros defeated the Yaquis of Ciudad Obregón 1-0.
Leyva (5-1) completed six scoreless innings shooting just four hits for the win. The loss went to Ramírez (0-1), despite allowing only one touchdown and three hits in five innings.
Nick Torres singled to produce the lone run of the game in the fourth inning to be the No. 1 offense for the Naranjeros.
In Guasave, Miguel Guzmán took advantage of an error by shortstop Jorge Rivera to open the scoring, Jesse Castillo scored a hit for a double play by Arturo Rodríguez and Johan Ureña produced a run with a sacrifice fly to give the Algodoneros a 3- victory. 1 on the Cañeros de Los Mochis.
Won Yoennis Yera (3-2) completed five blank runs throwing a ball from just three hits to claim the win, while the reverse went to the record of Carlos Viera (3-4), despite allowing only three touchdowns, two earned, and eight hits in six chapters.
In Mazatlán, Ricky Álvarez responded with an RBI single in the bottom of the ninth inning to knock the Charros de Jalisco out and give the Venados a tight 3-2 victory.
Leo Germán was 4-2 with an RBI and Detroit Tigers player Isaac Paredes was 3-for-1 with an RBI to complement the winners’ attack.
· In Mexicali, Javier Salazar hit a two-touchdown RBI double within a three-run attack in the sixth inning, which resulted in the Aguilas’ 4-2 victory over the Mayos de Navojoa.
THE POSITIONS: Sultanes de Monterrey lead the second round with a 4-0 mark, followed by Venados de Mazatlán (3-1), Naranjeros de Hermosillo (3-1), Charros de Jalisco (2-2), Tomateros de Culiacán (2-2), Algodoneros de Guasave (2-2), Cañeros de Los Mochis (1-3), Yaquis de Ciudad Obregón (1-3), Mayos de Navojoa (1-3) and Águilas de Mexicali (1- 3).