Toros And Leones Cause Triple Draw In Local Baseball

Santo Domingo, Dec 27 (EFE) .- Los Toros del Este and Leones del Escogido won their commitments on Friday’s day of the local baseball semifinal, whose victories caused a triple tie in first place with Tigres de Licey .

The Bulls defeated the Tigers 5-3 at the Francisco Micheli Stadium in the city of La Romana, in the east.

The locals had a great monticular work of their opener, Freddy Peralta, who threw five blank episodes without allowing indisputable.


Peralta (1-0) combined with five relievers to give the victory to the local troop and leave the Bengal in six hits.

The cattle took control of the match (2-0) with two runs in the first episode against the blue starter Genesis Cabrera (0-1), who was the defeated pitcher by allowing five scores in four innings.

In the fourth they extended (5-0) with three runs, the result of a double merit hit with the bags full of the Creole Rubén Sosa.

The Tigers threatened in the ninth when they scored three laps against reliever Jenrry Mejía, but that could not prevent their defeat against a favorite Mamey team to advance to the final.

In the other game of the billboard, the Lions defeated the Eagles Cibaeñas 10-2 at the Quisqueya stadium, in the capital Santo Domingo.

The American David Kubiak (1-0) was the winning pitcher in six episodes of two races.

Gardener Franchy Cordero was the scarlet offensive hero, with a homer, double, single and four laps towed.

Patrolman César Puello also contributed to the offensive with three hits and two drives.

Losers began in the hill the Creole Richelson Peña (0-1), who was the defeated pitcher.

It was the third defeat of the Eagles in the series, in which his pitching has allowed 29 runs in three games.

The day leaves Bulls, Lions and Tigers tied at the top, with 2 and 1, while the guinea pigs sank in the tail with 0 and 3.

This Saturday the same protagonists face, but in different scenarios. The Bulls visit the Tigers in Quisqueya and the Eagles receive Lions at the Cibao Stadium, in the northern Santiago de los Caballeros. EFE