The Navegantes tie their tenth victory in Venezuela

The Navigators of the Magellan they broke a tie with a four-score attack in the eighth inning to defeat the Anzoátegui Caribes 6-4 on Tuesday, and extend their number of consecutive victories in the Venezuelan Professional Baseball League to 10.

The Navigators are still far from the record for consecutive wins, set by the Caracas Lions when they chained 18 victories in 1988.

Juan Infante hit a home run of two races and Cade Gotta he delivered a sacrifice fly into the Navigators’ final attack in the eighth. Also on the offense were Pablo Sandoval 3-2 with an RBI, and Alberth Martínez 4-3 with a double, a triple and an RBI.

Arcenio León (1-1) retired the only two batters he faced and benefited from his team’s reaction to win the game. The setback went to the record of Freddy Pacheco (0-1), punished with four touchdowns without being able to take out in his relief.

In Maracay, Deiner López hit a two-run homer, Ramón Cabrera went 2-1 with a homer, two RBIs and two runs scored, and Denis Phipps pulled her out of the park alone to propel the Tigres de Aragua to a 7-4 victory over Águilas del Zulia.

Ramón García (3-2) covered five innings throwing ball from just one run and five hits to claim victory, while the loss went to Yohan Piño (1-1), after allowing three touchdowns and three hits in five innings.

In La Guaira, Jermaine Palacios went 4-for-5-4 with two doubles and three RBIs, Yordanis Linares hit a three-run homer and Ildemaro Vargas added a two-run homer in the Cardenales de Lara 9-0 win over the Sharks of La Guaira.

Stephen Jackson (3-1) pitched five scoreless innings of just three hits with five fans to win the game, and Junior Guerra (1-2) lost it, after allowing four runs and eight hits in 5 2/3 innings.

· POSITIONS. With the results of this day, Navegantes del Magallanes lead the circuit with a score of 18-7, followed by Cardenales de Lara (14-11), Bravos de Margarita (14-11), Tigres de Aragua (13-13), Leones del Caracas (12-13), Tiburones de La Guaira (11-14), Caribes de Anzoátegui (9-15) and Águilas del Zulia (9-16).

Jeremy Arocho decided for RA-12 in Puerto Rico

Jeremy Arocho He hit an RBI single in the seventh inning to break a tie, and RA 12 got just their second win of the season in the Professional Baseball League Roberto Clemente, surprising Mayagüez leader Indios de Mayagüez by a score of 4-3 on Tuesday. .

Abdiel Layer and Roby Enriquez hit back-to-back home runs opening the sixth inning to tie the game and stand out in the winners’ offense.

The triumph corresponded to Yadiel rolon (1-0) retired one and a third without allowing runs to score the victory, while the reverse went to the record of Bryant Salgado (0-1), after conceding the run of the difference in his one-inning relief.

In Caguas, the Criollos deployed a 15-hit offense en route to a comfortable 10-4 victory over the Carolina giants, to reach five wins in a row.

Edwin Diaz Going 4-2 with a double, a home run and three RBIs, Vimael Machín added two RBIs with a single from the bases loaded in the sixth inning, while Mark Contreras and Jonathan Morales hit solo homers to lead the Los Angeles’ attack. Creole.

Cristian Torres won (1-0) with two blank innings pitching as a reliever, and Freddie Cabrera (1-2) lost, after allowing three touchdowns and eight hits in 3 2/3 innings.

Indios de Mayagüez lead the circuit with a 9-4 mark, followed by * * Cangrejeros de Santurce (8-4), Criollos de Caguas (7-5), Gigantes de Carolina (4-8) and RA 12 (2- 9).

Roberto Osuna imposed his experience in Mexico

Roberto Osuna, former closer for the Toronto Blue Jays and Houston Astros, stopped the Monterrey Sultans to preserve a 3-2 victory for the Charros de Jalisco in the Mexican Pacific League activity.

Félix Pérez hit a two-run homer in the eighth to overcome a deficit and overtake the Charros, setting the stage for the relief of Osuna, who led the American League with 38 saves in the 2019 season.

Javier Solano (3-4) covered seven innings in which he gave up two runs and seven hits to claim victory. Carlos Rodríguez (0-1) took the loss after conceding two touchdowns in a one-episode relief. Roberto Osuna posted his seventh save of the year and reduced his ERA to 1.83 after pitching the ninth inning scoreless with two strikeouts.

In Guasave, Miguel Guzmán hit an RBI double to tie the scoreboard in the bottom of the ninth inning and scored on a tight play thanks to an RBI single by Forrestt Allday to knock the Hermosillo Naranjeros out and give the Algodoneros a dramatic 4-3 win.

Rafael Córdova (1-2) scored the victory with a blank episode in relief work, and lost the former Major League Baseball pitcher Fernando Salas (0-3), punished with three hits and two touchdowns in two-thirds of the inning.

· In Culiacán, the Mayos de Navojoa unleashed a tight duel with a seven-touchdown attack in the seventh and beat the Tomateros 10-6.

Justin Dean hit a bases loaded homer in the seventh to lead the Mays’ offense. Jesús Arredondo added a double and two RBIs while Tirso Ornelas was 1-for-5 with two RBIs.

David Holmberg (2-1) completed five innings with a run and six hits against to win the game, while the backhand went to Baltimore Orioles pitcher Manny Barreda (0-2), who allowed three touchdowns and three. hits in six episodes.

In Mazatlán, Detroit Tigers player Isaac Paredes hit 4-2 with a double and an RBI, and Ramón Ríos and Luis Jiménez added two RBI singles in the Venados’ 3-1 win over Los Angeles. Yaquis of Ciudad Obregón.

Jesús Barraza (3-1) fulfilled a sharp relief of three perfect innings with two strikeouts to take the victory. Luis Escobar (3-5) lost after covering seven innings of three touchdowns and seven hits.

· In Mexicali, a six-touchdown attack in the first inning led the Eagles to a 7-5 victory over fierce Los Mochis Cañeros, who came close to even with a four-run attack in the ninth.

Colombian Reynaldo Rodríguez hit a two-run RBI single, Bernardo Heras hit an RBI double of one more, while Alex Liddi and Xorge Carrillo each contributed RBI singles to lead the Eagles’ attack.

· THE POSITIONS: In the second round Naranjeros, Venados, Mayos and Águilas share the leadership of the circuit with a 6-4 mark, followed by Sultanes (5-5), Yaquis (5-5), Tomateros (4-6), Algodoneros (4-6), Charros (4-6) and Cañeros (3-3).