Sultans Win In Extra Tickets, Survive In The Pacific

Sergio Pérez responded with a simple tug at the bottom of the ninth inning to leave the Yaquis of Ciudad Obregón on Monday and give the Monterrey Sultans a 7-6 victory, in the series better than seven, which they lose by 1-3, for a pass to the semifinals of the Mexican Pacific League.

Rainel Rosario connected 3-1 with two runs produced, José Amador went 3-2 with a towed and two scored and Felix Perez went 3-1 with a double and two scored to stand out for the offensive by the Sultans.

Mitch Atkins (1-1) withdrew a batter and benefited from his team's offense to win the match, while the reverse went to Carlos Machorro's record (0-1), after granting the difference race in a entrance third.


In Los Mochis, the Cañeros deployed an explosive of 13 hits in a 14-3 victory over the Charros de Jalisco to tie two games on the side of the series to the best of seven for a pass to the semifinals of the circuit.

Leandro Castro connected 4-3 with a double, two home runs, four runs produced and four scored, Rodolfo Amador went 4-3 with a home run and three RBIs and Esteban Quiroz added a three-run homer to lead the furious offensive of the winners

Andrés Ávila (1-0) threw six innings of just one run and five hits to score the victory, while the reverse went to Manuel Flores's record (0-1), after allowing three scores and five hits in four innings and two thirds

In Mexicali, the Tomateros de Culiacán scored three runs in the same first inning in support of a solid opening of Édgar Arredondo and won 4-0 over the Eagles to take advantage of three games to one in the series to the best of seven for one pass to the semifinals of the circuit.

Joey Meneses connected 3-2 with a career produced, while Ramiro Peña, Efrén Navarro and Antonio Lamas added two simple tugs of a race to provide everything necessary to the offensive by the winners.

Arredondo (1-0) took the victory after completing six blank innings of just two hits, while the reverse went to the record of Marco Carrillo (0-1), shaken with three scores and four hits in just one third of the inning of labor.


Jorge Martínez was involved in the offensive of the Tigres del Licey with a dominant opening, and the Toros del Este won 6-0 on Monday to reach them at the top of the final Round Robin that gives two passes to the final series of the Dominican League of baseball.

Martinez (1-0) only allowed two hits by covering six innings without allowing runs to win the game. He did not give bases for balls and struck out five.

The reverse was to the record of Frank Garcés (0-1), after granting two annotations and four hits in two innings.

Pedro Florimón connected 4-2 with a triple and two races produced, Jeimer Candelario went 4-3 with a towed and Wendell Rijo contributed two indisputable with a push.

In Santiago De Los Caballeros, Melvin Mercedes hit a triple in the lower part of the ninth inning, and took advantage of a sacrifice fly by Jordan Patterson to score the victory race of the Cibaeñas Eagles, 6-5 over the Lions of the Chosen .

Patterson connected 4-1 with two runs produced, Ronny Rodriguez went 4-3 with two doubles and a solo homer, and Wilin Rosario contributed three hits with a tow.

Pedro Figueroa (1-0) won after withdrawing the only two batters he faced. The defeat went to the record of Jumbo Díaz (1-2), after allowing the difference race in just one third of the time

With seven games to be played in the Round Robin, the Tigers and the Bulls share the top with a 7-4 mark, followed by the Lions and the Eagles with a 4-7 record.


The Sharks of La Guaira attacked with four races at the top of the sixth inning to break a draw and fold 9-4 to the Lions of Caracas, which took 2-1 advantage in the series to the best of seven by one ticket to the semifinals of the Venezuelan Professional Baseball League.

Édgar Durán rocked a two-run homer in the final attack of the sixth episode and finished the night 4-2 with three runs produced and two scored. Luis Villegas connected 3-2 with a double and three trailers and Daniel Mayora went 3-3 with one produced and three scored.

Guillermo Moscoso (1-0) won after completing five innings and a third of four runs and three hits. He lost Alejandro Chacin (0-1), after allowing a career in a chapter.

In Valencia, the Cardinals of Lara armed an ambush of six annotations in the sixth episode, to escape with an 8-6 victory over the Magellan Navigators with which they took 2-1 advantage in the series.

Carlos Rivero shook a solo home run, Osman Narval went 5-1 with a career produced and two scored, Francisco Arcia connected a double tug as an emergent and Josemar Cordero added a single tug of one more coming also from the bench.

He won Jesús Sánchez (1-0), who withdrew two thirds of entry without allowing a career. The reverse went to the record of Dedgar Jiménez (0-1), after allowing two runs in just one third of inning.

In Puerto La Cruz, the Águils del Zulia beat the Anzoátegui Caribes 8-4 to place 2-1 up in the series. Ali Castillo connected 5-4 with two doubles, three produced and two scored, while Yosmany Guerra connected 4-2 with two trailers.

Danny Rondon (1-0) withdrew two innings and a third without allowing runs to score the victory. The defeated was Jhondaniel Medina (0-1), shaken with four scores and five hits in one inning and one third.