Isaac Rodriguez and Rodolfo Amador had two-run doubles and five-run offense in the second inning as Cañeros de los Mochis won 5-3 over Venados de Mazatlan of the Mexican Pacific League. won.
Luis Mirando won the game by keeping five scoreless innings with two hits and five strikeouts. Juan Telles scored a five-run penalty penalty in the first innings and his two of his third.
Meios beats CharosRELATED
In Jalisco, Luis Payan threw a pitching gem to lead Mayo de Navojoa to a 9-3 win over Charos.
Payang led a no-hitter game through the seventh, finishing seven innings with three hits. Horacio Ramirez allowed his four runs in 2 1/3 innings to take the loss.
Christian Delgado went 3-for-5 with a homer and two RBIs, Samar Leyva went 3-5 with a homer and two RBIs, Alan Espinoza got one and knocked him out of the park, and Zach Cartley had three. did. Two -5 doubles and a push to the winner.
Orange Tree 8, Tomato Tree 6
In Culiacan, Roberto Ramos hit a two-run homer in the top of the 11th inning, and Naranjiros de Hermosillo outscored Tomateros, 8–6.
In addition to Ramos, the Narajeros offense included a solo home run by Alejandro Flores (5-2), an RBI by Luis Alfonso Cruz (5-2), and two doubles and an RBI by Jose Cardona (5-3). rice field.
The win corresponded to Luis Marquez, with one inning and three clean sheets, while Marshall Kassowski lost after receiving two touchdowns in two episodes of relief.
Sultan defeats Yaquis
In Ciudad Obregon, Cristian Castillo opened solidly as Sultan de Monterrey beat Yaki 4-2.
Castillo pitched five innings with only four hits and one run to win the game. The loss became Faustino Carrera’s record by giving up four runs and six hits in the third and third innings.
Danny Ortiz went 3-for-4 with 2 doubles and an RBI, Carlos Soto went 2-4 with a double and an RBI, and Ismael Salas stood out in the Sultans offense with 1 at bat and 3 RBIs. I was.
Cotton farmers beat the Eagles
In Mexicali, Jesse Castillo hit an RBI single and Alejandro Ortiz filled the box on a walk to score and Algodoneros de Guasave defeated Aguilas, 2–1.
Miguel Aguilar retired two runs and the team’s reaction won the game, while Fernando Lozano allowed two hits and one run in five 2/3 innings to lose.
Venados, Algodoneros and Naranjeros shared the top of the circuit with a 6-3 mark followed by…
tomato plant (5-4),
rod holders (4-5 rods),
and Sultan (3-6).
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