Julián Ornelas and Amadeo Zazueta connected two unstoppable producers at the bottom of the eighth episode to break a draw, in the victory on Sunday of the Charros de Jalisco 5-3 over the Mazatlan Deer, with which they reached three consecutive wins in the Start of the second round of the Mexican Pacific League.
Brennan Bernardino (1-0) completed a blank entry in relief to win the match. He lost Brandon Cunniff (1-2), punished with two scores and three hits in one chapter.
In Monterrey, the Tomateros de Culiacán supported a solid opening of Jeff Hernández with a six-score attack in the fifth episode and seven more in the sixth chapter, en route to a comfortable 13-0 victory over the Sultans.RELATED
Hernandez completed five blank entries of just four hits with five fans to take the victory, while the reverse was for veteran José Oyervides (1-3), punished with five runs and five hits in four innings and two thirds.
Antonio Lamas connected 5-3 with three runs produced and two scored, Joey Meneses went 4-2 with a double, three towed and two scored, and Sebastián Elizalde shook a double producer of two more to lead the attack of the Tomateros .
In Los Mochis, Moisés Gutiérrez exploded on the offensive by hitting 3-2 with two doubles and four RBIs to propel the Guasave Cottons to a 4-3 victory over the Cañeros.
Dustin Crenshaw (2-1) withdrew six innings and two thirds allowing just two runs and six hits to take the win, and lost Andrés Avila (0-4), after allowing three scores and eight hits in five and two thirds.
In Navojoa, the Mexicali Eagles scored six runs at the top of the eighth episode, in a 9-3 victory over the Mayos.
Bernardo Heras connected a two-run home run, Fabricio Macías went 4-2 with a home run and two towed, while Leo Heras took her out of the park alone to lead the winners' attack.
Édgar Gómez (4-1) recorded two blank entries in his relay to take the win, and lost Jesús Pirela (2-3), beaten with four scores and five hits in just one third of the job.
In Obregón, Jesús Valdez connected a simple tug at the bottom of the 14th inning to leave the Naranjeros de Hermosillo on the ground and give the Yaquis of Ciudad Obregón a victory a dramatic victory by 9-8.
Valdez was the offensive figure when he connected 8-5 with four runs produced, José Rojas hit 6-3 with three RBIs and Ricardo Valenzuela rocked a solo fling to lead the winners' attack.
Alex Delgado (3-3) withdrew a blank entry to win the match. He lost Saúl Velázquez (0-1) after granting the difference race in two thirds of the performance.
Jalisco leads the second round with a 3-0 mark followed by Hermosillo (2-1), Mexicali (2-1), Culiacán (2-1), Monterrey (1-2), Navojoa (1-2), Guasave ( 1-2), Obregón (1-2) and Mazatlan (0-3).
The Caribs of Anzoátegui deployed an offense of 17 hits this Sunday en route to a 13-8 victory over the Aragua Tigers, who had finished a streak of six wins in a row in the Venezuelan Professional Baseball League.
Balbino Fuenmayor connected 5-3 with three runs produced, Denis Phipps went 4-2 with two towers, César Valera hit 4-2 with one token and three scored, and Alexi Amethyst stacked four hits and one in one offensive move by the Caribs.
Porfirio López allowed one run and three hits in three acceptable innings in relief to score the win, and lost Harold Arauz (0-3), after conceding four scores and six hits in four chapters.
In Valencia, the Águilas del Zulia leaders attacked with six scores in the same second inning, en route to a comfortable 11-3 victory over the Magallanes Navigator to maintain the leadership of the circuit.
Gerson Manzanillo connected 4-2 with a double, two runs produced and two scored, José Flores also hit 4-2 with two trailers, Kevin Garcia pushed two more with a double and Yosmani Guerra put two at the register with a single to stand out in the active offensive of the winners.
Logan Duran (3-0) got a victory with five innings and a third in which he allowed two runs and five hits, the reverse was for Eduard Reyes (1-2), beaten with six scores and five hits in just one entry.
In Caracas, a good opening by Francisco Carrillo gave the Lions of Caracas a 6-4 victory over the Sharks of La Guaira.
Carrillo (2-0) allowed two scores and five hits in five episodes to score the win, while the breakdown went to José Rodríguez's record (0-2), after conceding two scores and three hits in his relay of one inning .
Ramón Cabrera connected 4-2, with a double and two runs produced, Juan Silverio went 3-2 with a tow, while Jesús Solorzano rocked a solo home run to stand out in the attack of the Lions.
In Barquisimeto, a brilliant opening of Henry Centeno gave the Margarita Braves a 3-1 victory over the Lara Cardinals.
Centeno (1-0) completed six episodes of just one run and three hits with five fans to take the victory, while the defeat went to the record of Raúl Rivero (1-1), after granting three undisputed and nine hits in six innings .
Osniel Madera, Adrián Alfaro and Carlos García connected two simple tugs to contribute everything necessary to the winners' offense.
Águilas del Zulia lead the circuit with a 12-5 mark, followed by Cardinals of Lara (10-7), Tigres de Aragua (10-7), Sharks of La Guaira (8-9), Bravos de Margarita (8-10 ), Caribes de Anzoátegui (8-10), Navegantes del Magallanes (7-11) and Leones del Caracas (7-11).
An attack of three scores in the eighth episode, was definitive this Sunday in the triumph of the Bulls of the East by 8-6 over the Lions of the Chosen, with which they maintained their leadership at the top of the Dominican Baseball League.
Rubén Sosa connected 5-2 with three runs produced, Jordany Valdespin shook a two-run homer, and Jonah Heim went 4-2 with two towers to stand out for the Bulls offense.
Starter Jerry Mejía won the match after releasing five unstoppable two unstoppable entries and two scores, while the reverse was for David Kubiak (3-3), punished with five scores and six hits in two episodes.
In San Francisco de Macorís, Rangel Ravelo shook a simple two-run tug within a three-score attack in the second inning, with which the Cibaeñas Aguilas defeated the Cibao Giants 3-0.
Joan Báez (2-1) completed two blank entries in relief to score the victory, and loaded with the defeat the starter Brody Koerner (1-3), after allowing three runs and three hits in one inning and two thirds of work.
In Pedro de Macorís, Eastern Stars armed an ambush of six annotations in the same second headed by a home run with two on board Socrates Brito, en route to a 6-4 victory over the Licey Tigers.
Warner Madrigal (1-0) withdrew a blank entry in relief to collect the win, and lost Elvis Luciano (1-2) after being punished with five scores and five hits in one inning and two thirds.
Toros del Este lead the circuit with a 21-13 record, followed by Leones del Escogido (19-15), Águilas Cibaeñas (17-16), Tigres del Licey (17-17), Gigantes del Cibao (15-19) and Eastern Stars (12-21).
The Carolina Giants split wins this Sunday in a double-game card clipped to seven episodes with the Santurce Cangrejeros, to maintain the leadership in the Roberto Clemente Professional Baseball League.
On the first of the day, Chris Sharpe shook a triple tug at the top of the sixth inning to produce the only race in the Giants' 1-0 victory over the Cangrejeros.
Freddie Cabrera (1-0) withdrew a two-thirds inning with two fans to win the match, and lost Aneuris Rosario (1-1), after allowing a career in a chapter.
In the second match, Rey Fuentes emptied the bases with double within a four-note attack in the same second inning to give the Cangrejeros a 5-1 victory over the Giants.
Fernando Cabrera (1-0) won the match after completing five innings of just one run and five hits, and the reverse was for Mario Santiago (0-1), punished with five scores in one inning and two thirds.
In Manati, the Mayagüez Indians swept on a double billboard of meetings cut to seven entrances to the Athenians. In the first of the afternoon, Kennys Vargas connected 2-2 with a double and two races produced, while Henry Ramos and Jesmuel Valentín contributed two simple tugs in the victory of the Indians 7-6 on the Athenians.
Janathan Albaladejo (2-1), allowed one run in one inning as a reliever to win the game, and Jason Garcia (0-1) lost it, beaten with five scores and five hits in just one episode.
On the second of the day, a brilliant opening of Japanese Hosei Takata led the Indians to a new victory, now 4-0 over the Athenians.
Takata (1-0) threw a full set of six innings without allowing runs and receiving just three hits to score the victory, while the reverse went to Carlos Sierra's record (0-1), after allowing three scores and five hits as tickets and two thirds of performance.
On the offensive, T.J. Rivera 3-2 with a towed and Henry Ramos 3-2 with one produced and two scored.
Carolina maintains the top of the circuit with a 6-2 mark, followed by Santurce (5-3), Caguas (3-4), Mayagüez (4-5) and Manati (2-6).