Historical Beating Of Sharks To Braves In Venezuela

The Sharks of La Guaira connected unstoppable 27 on Saturday to tie a mark of the Venezuelan Baseball League, and overwhelmed the Margarita Braves 22-7.

La Guaira matched the hit mark established on December 9, 2001 by the Águilas del Zulia before Pastora de Los Llanos. In that same game the record of 25 races scored by a team in a match was imposed.

The 22 races that allowed the Margarita Braves were the largest amount they have received in history, surpassing the 18 that the Magellan Navigators scored on October 31, 2018.


The receiver Luis Villegas was the great figure, batting 4-4 ​​with a grand slam, a double and eight races produced that tied a circuit mark. Leonardo Reginatto went 7-4 with three towing and Alberto González also hit four undisputed with a career pushed and five scored.

Eudis Idrogo (2-1) benefited from his team's powerful offense and won the game despite allowing five scores and eight hits in five innings. The reverse was for Francisco Chaparro (0-1), punished with four runs in just two thirds of the time.

In Caracas, the Cardinals achieved their fifth win in a row, overwhelming the local Lions 11-0.

Osmar Narval and Anthony Jiménez each contributed two hits and two towed races; Welington Dotel went 4-3 with one towed and two scored, and Yordanys Linares also contributed three hits, including a solo home run.

Osmer Morales (1-1) withdrew three blank innings as a reliever to win the match. He was lost by Carlos Rodríguez (0-1), beaten with four scores and four hits in just one third.

In Maracaibo, Olmo Rosario connected 5-2 with two runs produced, Yosmany Guerra hit a single producer of two more and Gerson Manzanillo went 5-2 with a push and two scored to give the Eagles of Zulia a victory by 9 -4 about the Caribbean of Anzoátegui.

Alexis Candelario (1-0) completed two chapters and two thirds without allowing careers in relief to score the victory. Francisco Del Rosario (0-3) fell, punished with five scores and five hits in one inning and two thirds.

In Maracay, Yadir Drake tied the game with a solo home run in the sixth inning, and Henry Rodriguez shook a single tug in the seventh so that the Aragua Tigers beat the Magellan Navigators 5-4.

Wilkins Rodríguez (1-0) withdrew his four opponents, including three fans, to win the game. He was lost by Édgar Ibarra (0-2), after allowing the difference race in just one third of the time.

The Eagles keep the tip of the circuit with a 15-6 mark, followed by Cardinals (15-7), Sharks (12-10), Tigers (11-10), Lions (9-13), Braves (9-14) , Caribbean (9-14) and Navigators (8-14).


Dariel Álvarez sounded a dramatic three-run homer with two outs in the bottom of the ninth inning to give the Charros de Jalisco a spectacular 5-2 victory over the Monterrey Sultans and reach three wins in a row to take hold in the lead of the second round of the Mexican Pacific League.

Jesús Cruz (1-0) struck out two batters and benefited from the Charros' reaction to score the victory. The reverse was for Josh Judy (0-1) in a career and two hits in one inning and two thirds.

In Obregón, Major League player Luis Urías hit 5-2 with a home run, three runs produced and two scored, while Paulo Orlando went 3-2 with a home run and two RBIs to lead the Yaquis to a victory 10 -2 on the Deer of Mazatlan.

Veteran starter Javier Arturo López (4-2) completed another quality start by throwing seven episodes of just one clean run and three hits to win the match. He was lost by Irwin Delgado (1-4), who gave six annotations and eight unstoppable in four chapters.

In Hermosillo, Roger Bernardina shook a three-run homer and Alejandro Ortiz added a lonely home run to give the Guasave Cottons a 6-1 victory over the Orangery.

The triumph went to Dustin Crenshaw (3-1), who completed five blank innings with just four undisputed, while the reverse went to the record of Juan Pablo Oramas (2-2), who allowed only two scores and four hits in six chapters

In Navojoa, Jorge Flores connected 4-3 with two races produced, while Paúl León and Víctor Mendoza contributed two hits and one produced each to give the Mayos of Navojoa a 4-2 victory over the Tomateros de Culiacán.

He won the starter Mitch Lambson (3-2) with five innings and a third of work in which he admitted only one run and four hits with seven strikeouts. The defeat went to the record of debutant Zack Dodson (0-1), punished with four scores and eight hits in three innings.

In Los Mochis, the Cañeros and the Águilas de Mexicali divided wins in a double billboard of meetings cut to seven innings.

On the first of the day, a brilliant opening of Greg Mahle led the Eagles to a 6-0 victory over the Cañeros.

Mahle (3-0) completed five blank entries of just two hits to record the win, while the breakdown went to Héctor Silvestre (0-1) by allowing four scores and eight hits in two innings of work.

Fabricio Macías hit 5-2 with two runs produced, Alejandro de Aza went 4-4 with a solo home run and Justin Williams connected 2-1 with two RBIs to lead the Mexicali attack.

In the second duel, Leandro Castro broke a tie with a solo home run at the bottom of the seventh episode and the Cañeros left Mexicali 3-2 on the ground.

Fabián Cota (1-1) withdrew the only batter he faced to take the win, while the reverse was for Maikel Cleto (0-2) who allowed the difference race without being able to withdraw a single enemy.

Jalisco leads the second round with a 6-1 mark, followed by Hermosillo (4-2), Mexicali (4-3), Los Mochis (4-3), Navojoa (4-3), Culiacán (3-3), Guasave (3-3), Obregón (3-3), Mazatlan (1-6) and Monterrey (1-6).


Logan Darnell made a brilliant opening to lead the Eagles Cibaeñas towards a 2-0 victory over the Eastern Toros leaders in the Dominican Baseball League.

Darnell (1-0) allowed only one unstoppable for six dominant blank entries to score the victory. The stumble went to Carlos Hernández (4-1), after allowing two scores and four hits in five episodes.

Rodrigo Vigil connected 3-1 with a career produced, while Jordan Patterson pushed one more with a sacrifice fly.

In San Pedro de Macorís, Tyler Motter shook a two-run homer to tie the game in the sixth inning, and Eric Filia pushed the race of the difference with a double in the seventh, so that the Eastern Stars surpassed 4-3 to the Giants of the Cibao.

Matt Pobereyko (4-1) completed a blank entry with two fans as a reliever and the victory was scored. The reverse was the record of Jesús Liranzo (1-3), after allowing the difference race in just one third of the time.

In Santo Domingo, Oneil Cruz produced two races with a double, while Yusniel Díaz and Iván Castillo contributed individual tugboats to give the Lions of the Chosen one a 5-2 victory over the Licey Tigers.

Starter Ryan Merritt (1-0) won a five-inning job, in which he allowed only one run and three hits. The reverse was for Esmil Rogers (2-2), despite granting only two entries in his work of six episodes.

The Bulls maintain the top of the circuit with a 22-16 mark, followed by Águilas (20-18), Lions (20-18), Tigers (19-19), Giants (17-21) and Eastern Stars (16-22 ).


Brian Rey rocked a two-run homer, while stellar David Vidal connected 3-2 with a double and two runs produced to lead the Creoles of Caguas to a 6-1 victory over the Mayagüez Indians, in the only game that could be played in the Roberto Clemente Professional Baseball League of Puerto Rico.

Reliever Christian Torres (1-0) withdrew two blank innings with three fans to take the victory. The defeat went to the record of the Japanese Hosei Takata (1-1), after allowing two annotations and four hits in five chapters and two thirds.

In Manati, the scheduled duel between the Athenian locals and the Carolina Giants was suspended by rain.

Los Gigantes lead the circuit with a 7-4 mark, followed by Mayagüez (6-5), Santurce (5-5), Caguas (4-4) and Manati (3-7).