Yeson Asensio hit an RBI double and a single to lead the Tigres del Ricci to a 3-1 victory over the Estrelas Orientales Monday night in the continuation of the winter baseball tournament at the city’s Tetero Vargas Stadium.
For the Tigers, it was their fourth straight win and 20th place against seven losses this season. The Stars are 10-15 this season.
The win came in response to reliever Arodis Vizcaino (1-1), who pitched a scoreless sixth, and the loss came to Dayison Arias (1-1), who allowed two rounds to beat two hits, while Gyro Asensio pitched the ninth. I threw and recorded a save.RELATED
Elvin Rodriguez started for the Tigers, pitching 1 round 4 innings, 4 hits, 1 ticket, 4 strikeouts and no decisions. This was followed by Jonathan Aro in the fifth inning, Nate he Pearson (7th), and Giancarlos his Mejia pitching his eighth.
For his part, Emmanuel de Jesus of Venezuela opened for the Stars and had a three-episode performance with three hits, one earned run and five strikeouts among the 12 batters he faced in his first outing. He was escorted by Roman Mendez (1.0), Aaron Lesher (2.1), Arias (0.2), Diogenes Almengo (1.0) and Rafael Doris (1.0).
For the Tigers, Eason Asensio had a perfect 3-for-3 night with 2 RBIs and 2 RBIs. Arístides Aquino hit a triple and a double while Ronny Mauricio hit a tubey.
For stars, Edward Olivares, Elefris Montero, Gustavo Nuñez and Junior Lake hit.
how they scored
Twice, Tigres del Ricci dominated the game by making a comeback against the shipment of starter Emmanuel de Jesús.After Ellie de la Cruz struck out, Aristides Aquino He tripled down the right field and scored two runs from there for Eason, center fielder for Asensio.
The Orientals tied the score against a pitch from blue starter Elvin Rodriguez at the end of the fourth, with Edward Olivarez opening the inning with a single through center field and Sandbar Pimentel striking out. Olivarez stole second base, moved to third on the play on a catcher throwing error, and scored from there on an unstoppable hit by Elefris Montero to tie the score by one run.
The Bengalis took the lead in the bottom of the seventh with a two-run shot off reliever Daaison Arias’ pitch. De La Cruz started the episode with a strikeout. Aquino dispatched Chuby to the left. Aquino moved to third base on a wild pitch thrown by Arias, and Asensio hit an RBI single to center, reaching third base on the play on a second baseman error. Dalvy Rosario ran his third out of Asencio. Mel Rojas Jr. missed on a sacrifice fly to right to score a rosary off the blues in the third round.
The Tigres will receive a visit from the Stars this Tuesday night at the Quizqueya Juan Marichal Stadium, which starts at 7:15 p.m., before returning to the Orientals on Monday.
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