The Cibaeñas Eagles they set up “a racetrack” at the Cibao stadium in Santiago and to the beat of 16 hits, they supported an excellent monticular work of Wendolyn Bautista, for a beating win 18-3 over the Gigantes del Cibao, in the match that faced both teams on the day of the winter ball tournament on November 20, 2021.
With their victory, the Eagles equaled the particular series with the losers, two wins and two losses, and ended a streak of five victories for the San Francisco de Macorís team, they got 6-3 at the Cibao stadium, while the Giants They are 4-5 on the route.
A three-run homer from Zoilo almonte At the conclusion of the first act, with two runners in circulation, it marked the beginning of the beating of the harrier batting; they scored one more on Daniel Santana’s legs for four laps.
Again the Eagles bats rang in second innings with three rounds, with two in the third and five in the fourth; in the seventh they scored four times to seal the win.
At the top of the ninth, the Giants broke the shutout with Wilin Rosario’s RBI single and scored two more in his only three laps.
The victory aguilucha once again sent the Eastern Stars (11-8), to the first position of the tournament, for their victory over the Leones del Escogido, in the first evening game of the day and fell to the Giants (11-9), to second place in the middle of the game, while the Eagles were alone in the third position of the standing with 10-9.
Bautista (3-0), was the winner, kept its effectiveness immaculate at 0.00. He pitched five two-hitters, four strikeouts and faced 19 batters. André Renzo lost (1-2), pitched one 2/3 inning, allowed six hits, seven runs, six earned, two bases, one strikeout, one home run and faced 14 batters to leave his ERA at 7.07.
Juan Lagares he commanded the winners’ offense with a tiple, two singles, scored two and drove in five laps; Daniel Santana and Ramón Torres, double and two singles; Leody Taveras, two singles; Almonte, a home run; Robel García a double, the same as Luis Valenzuela.
Henry Urrutia two singles, Melky Mesa a double, Wilin Rosario, Richard Ureña, Diego Goris and Otto López a single each, for the only ones who had a hit for the Giants.